Mawson and Daniels become first British players to join Mata’s charity project

• Swansea’s Alfie Mawson and Bournemouth’s Charlie Daniels join scheme
• They pledge percentage of salary to charity under Common Goal initiative

Alfie Mawson and Charlie Daniels have become the first British footballers to sign up to Juan Mata’s Common Goal project under which participants donate a percentage of their salary to charity.

Mawson, the Swansea and England Under-21 defender, and Daniels, the Bournemouth defender, take the number of people who have joined Mata in the initiative to 11. Each of those – comprising 10 players and the Hoffenheim head coach, Julian Nagelsmann, has pledged to donate at least one per cent of their earnings.

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