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QPR’s football stars have donated £30,000 to help the war against killer virus Ebola.

" The players approached the club and explained they wanted to do something," say Rangers’ chief executive Philip Beard.

The money will go to Action Aid’s crisis appeal, which is resourcing underfunded medical centres in West Africa.

Ahead of their crucial 3-2 triumph against Leicester City at Loftus Road, squad members also wore T-shirts publicising the charity.

You can find out more about Action Aid's Ebola Crisis Appeal here.

 

December 8, 2014