Former Charlton F.C. footballer spreads joy over Easter

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Former Charlton F.C. footballer spreads joy over Easter

Former Charlton Athletic forward Tobi Sho-Silva spent his Easter volunteering on Childrens Wards.

The 21 year old from Thamesmead in South East London set up a foundation in his name at the end of last year - to help others, and provide a positive role model. 

He said he wants to give back to his community, and challenge some of the stereotypes about footballers.

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