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Bayern Munich Announce Great Plans To Aid Recent Refugees

Bayern Munich Announce Great Plans To Aid Recent Refugees
By Mark Farrelly

Bayern Munich are going above and beyond to help with the refugee crisis, after announcing plans for a €1m investment in integration projects.

The Bundesliga champions say they will work with the City of Munich authorities and also host a youth academy for the immigrants. The camp would seek to give 'financial, material and practical assistance' and will supply them with food along with giving them German language classes.

A kind gesture by a big club who will also use their next match against Augsburg to issue a firm statement by using two mascots per player; one German and one a refugee.

The club's president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said:

Bayern sees it as its social responsibility to help refugees, needy children, women and men, and to accompany them in Germany.

Closer to home, our own Bohemians have unveiled a poignant mural outside Dalymount Park.

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