Manchester’s players have funded for a new unit in Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital. Manchester City player, Fabian Delph officially opened a new ‘pain distraction unit’ at the hospital. The unit’s facility aims to distract the kids while they undergo treatments. They can play visual games, which really helps the children to feel relaxed during the medical and can control fearful sights and sounds in treatment rooms.

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Fabian met six patients and gave them club kit when he visited the unit. After his visit, he said that he really felt happy by the spirit of the kids and it was pleasure meeting them. He as well as his club members considers this opportunity as an honor to contribute to the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.

Sarah Naismith, Director of the hospital said Fabian’s visit was a real pleasure and thanked the Squad for its fund.

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