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Jamie Carragher, Conor Coady, Trent Alexander-Arnold  and a host of football stars and celebrities joined forces to raise £292,000 at a charity gala in aid of young people, last night.

Money-can’t-buy lots went under the hammer at the Football for Change Gala 2022, held in Manchester on Thursday, which was supported by Mail Online.

In addition to the auction, the great and the good also made generous donations expected to take the total raised closer to £350,000, which will support youngsters in deprived areas, who are struggling to access education and employment.

Jamie Carragher is chairman of a new charity Football for Change helping youngsters

Jamie Carragher is chairman of a new charity Football for Change helping youngsters

Despite being driving forces behind the event, Coady and Alexander-Arnold missed the bash, since they are away in Italy on England duty. But they addressed the star-studded audience through a video. 

‘We want to help children who are may be underprivileged to get some support in their life,’ said Coady. ‘This is massive.’ 

Carragher, the chairman of Football for Change, had raided his contacts book to bring in the prizes and the guests. The top lot was a VIP trip to to the US, to meet David Beckham and his Inter Miami team. There was breakfast with Everton boss Frank Lampard, which sold for £6,000 and a backstage experience at BT Sport, with Steve McManaman,

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