Rangers star launches charity auction on day he was hounded with SFA complaint
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Rangers star launches charity auction on day of SFA charge controversy

Rangers star Alfredo Morelos has launched a charity auction to raise money for his Foundation in Colombia on the day which he received a two-match ban.

The firebrand forward, 24, might be hounded in the press in Scotland for his behaviour on the pitch but he is renowned as being incredibly big-hearted off it.

Now, the powerful striker wants to raise money for the Alfredo Morelos Foundation by auctioning off a signed pair of his boots and a signed Rangers shirt.

The rules for entering are stated on the Foundation’s official Instagram account:

RONALDO NEEDS TO STOP WHINING.

This means in order to enter, you have to like the Instagram post, make a bid in the comments alongside writing your full name, and then await to see who is the winner.

The auction begins at £350 and goes to an incredibly worthy cause helping local people in Morelos’ hometown of Cerete in Colombian and the surrounding area.

Morelos ironically launched the auction on the same day he was handed a two-match ban for a considerably overplayed incident involving Dundee United’s Mark Connolly.

Big-hearted Rangers star Alfredo Morelos has launched a charity auction on the day he was charged by the SFA. (Photo by Alan Harvey/SNS Group via Getty Images)

The striker foolishly jumped into the Arabs stopper with his forearm and was charged with violent conduct but Gers supporters have raised issues with inconsistency in retrospective action.

Nonetheless, the club has chosen to accept a two-match ban which means the Colombian will miss the Betfred Cup tie with St. Mirren and the weekend’s match with Motherwell.


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