By Adefunmiloye Alani

8th Nov, 2021 | 3:40pm

Bamford lobbying Leeds chiefs to install electric charge points

Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford is going eco-friendly and urging the club and Yorkshire to do so, according to the Daily Mail.

The 28-year-old has already sold his McLaren and ordered an electric car as a replacement, and he is lobbying club chiefs to install electric charge points at Thorp Arch and reduce plastic usage.

Bamford has also taken the campaign to West Yorkshire schools in order to continue raising environmental awareness.


Bamford turned down the chance to study at Harvard University and join the Ivy League just to pursue his career as a professional footballer, and he is definitely not your average player.

It is good to see the Leeds ace contribute to society off the pitch, and the club should be proud of him.

Advocating for earth-friendly products and looking to prevent harm to the environment is not everyone’s cup of tea.

Not many players care about the effects of air, water and land pollution, but to see someone like Bamford do all these things speaks volumes.

The Leeds striker is as knowledgeable as they come, and seeing him trying to influence his club and teammates to follow suit is massive.

The fans have missed seeing him in action after an ankle injury forced him to sit out of the last six Premier League games.

Marcelo Bielsa will be hoping to have him back for the Tottenham Hotspur trip after the international break, and hopefully, that happens as the Whites could do with his services as they search for their third win of the campaign.

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