Ian Wright Supports Stevenage Charity With Hat-Trick

The ex-professional footballer Ian Wright is a popular name in the football industry and recently supported Stevenage cancer charity institute. He performed a hat-trick of various kinds. The football pro mostly played for his favorite club Arsenal and has innumerable fan followers. He bought a 3 beanie hat from Twin Hats at Champneys at a charity day.

Cancer Hair Care supports patients undergoing chemotherapy through Twin Hats as it utilizes the profits earned through selling hats so as to provide free hats to people suffering from hair loss due to cancer. The founder of the charity Jasmin Julia Gupta said that post purchasing 3 striped beanie hats; Wright gave a treat to his whole family through knitted dollies and hats for his children.

Wright did enjoy his share of success as a footballer in the past with London clubs Arsenal and Crystal Palace as a forward. He spent close to 6 years with Crystal Palace and 7 years with Arsenal. He achieved the Premier League and European Cup Winners Cup when he was with Arsenal. In addition, he also played for West Ham United, Nottingham Forest, and Burnley. Post-retirement, he has been in the media and shows related to football.

Talking about Chelsea, during the recent seasons, when Eden Hazard wasn’t in the team sheet, they have struggled. He threads pass as well as runs to defenders and at the same time drags his rivals out of position to create space for his team members. Wright observed this and began to praise William for having performed similar tasks. Wright said that Willian was outstanding.

Maurizio Sarri started the Brazilian form left flack and performed well by attacking defense of Burnley on his right foot. Wright said that the club would have been happier to not see Hazards name but at the same time Willian was brilliant for them this time.