Alaxender-Arnold refused to let the honor and success at European champions Liverpool to forget where he came from, and inspired to help us as “people are suffering” and confiding on food and banks.
The England full-back – who on Wednesday will help to restrain the Red’s unbeaten Premier League record in the Merseyside derby – was unhappy to see local people combating as he stops by the St Andrew’s food bank in his old north Liverpool stomping territory.
Alexender-Arnold said to British newspaper the Daily Mail, “This is where i grew up and place like this are important to me”.
“It’s surgical to know this still exist because it means that something is not proper in our country.
Trent Alexender-Arnold,21, help out when he has the time as St-Andrew’s – a place where 25 percentage of rewarded food comes before and after Liverpool and Everton home games.
Alexander-Arnold said, “seeing how hard the guys here are working to ensure the other people can have a hot meal over this period(winter) is principal to see”.
Everyone in life should have a fair chance. “It inspires me to keep doing things in community as people are combating.