“It’s the least we can do,” Brighton manager Graham Potter said on Thursday after spending a night sleeping rough on the streets for a homeless charity.
Last Friday night, Potter, his assistant Billy Reid, and first-team coach Bruno participated in The Big Sleep Out to raise awareness and funds for the city’s homeless.
Off the Fence, a local nonprofit that supports the homeless community, organized the event.
“We slept rough, we had one night, it was a very easy experience of the reality of what homelessness is.
“Unfortunately it’s prevalent in Brighton and Hove so it’s something as a club we look to support and raise awareness of. It’s a horrendous thing.
source : fourfourtwo