Rochdale player Jordan Syme puts his hand up for NHS during coronavirus crisis

Rochdale forward Jordan Syme is volunteering for the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.

The 23-year-old is helping the protecting department at Calderdale Royal Hospital as the country tackles COVID-19.

Syme told the club’s website: “Being self-employed and currently having no work due to COVID-19 and the current situation the country is in and the fantastic work the NHS does, I thought that it’s the least I could do to help out in any way that I could.

“So far during the training, all the staff have been great and helped me out in any way that they can.              

“I hope everyone is staying safe at home and are all fit and well. Hopefully it won’t be long until we are back on the field and everything is back to normal.”

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