Mo Farah acts as manager to Arsenal legends for charity match

Farah manages Arsenal legends
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Mo Farah acts as a manager for an Arsenal Legends XI for a charity match supporting World Refugee Day.

Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah acted as manager of an Arsenal Legends XI for a charity match to support World Refugee Day.

The 30-year-old, who is an Arsenal fan, coached the likes of Ian Wright, Tony Adams, Nigel Winturburn and Ray Parlour against a World Refugee XI at Barnet's Underhill Stadium.

The match, which was officiated by recently-retired Premier League referee Mark Halsey, ended in a 1-1 draw after the World Refugee XI, who were coached by Fabrice Muamba, took the lead.

All proceeds have gone towards The Refugee Council.

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