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Job well done by Naismith; FOOTBALL SHORTS EVERTON.

STEVEN Naismith hopes his donation of Everton tickets to unemployed people in Liverpool can provide a much-needed morale boost.

The 27-year-old Toffees forward will buy home tickets throughout the season that will be distributed to different Jobcentres across the city and given to those working hard to try to find a job.

Naismith said: "I've tried to think of some different ideas that will make a difference and this was one that was simple and should probably have been thought about before.

"It was just working out what was the best way to do it, tying in with the Jobcentre and giving the tickets to people who have been working hard to try to find a job and having a hard time."

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Aug 5, 2014
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