Ole Gunnar Solskjaer joins Manchester United players Nemanja Matic, Chris Smalling and Phil Jones at Football Beyond Borders
- Manchester United stars appeared at the event to help underprivileged children
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Co posed for photos before meal
- Chris Smalling is ambassador and gave a speech at dinner in Manchester
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was joined by Nemanja Matic, Phil Jones and Chris Smalling at a dinner party on Thursday night by Football Beyond Borders.
The Manchester United cohort has added star quality to the event for the charity that uses football to promote social inclusion and education.
Chris Smalling is an ambassador for the organization and gave a speech at dinner.
Phil Jones, Mike Phelan, Chris Smalling, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Kieran McKenna posed with some of the youth involved with Football Beyond Borders.
Smalling is a charity patron and documented the night on his instagram page
Solskjaer (right) caused Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic to be late
He shared updates on his history on Instagram, filming the arrivals of Matic and Jones.
When Matic came in, Solskjaer approached and pretended to reprimand him for later, slamming his watch.
Smalling's words before dinner were also recorded and he said, "Tonight you'll feel a bit of why I feel so in love with the FBB and what they're doing.
A child named Mahmoud took the microphone to speak and said, "FBB did a lot for me, I was one of the most behaved kids in my group of years.
Smalling got up and gave a speech to those attending dinner at Manchester
Jones wore a sharp suit and supported his Smalling teammate in the role
I now behave much better in school. I am out of all my report booklets and I have the golden ticket to do the best I can.
Smalling has been a charitable patron since February. He provided tickets to attend United at Old Trafford for a number of FBB participants, many of whom had never been to the stadium before.
The United defender clearly appreciates the chance to give back to the youngsters in the northwest and they are grateful for their contributions.
In the field, Smalling and United have been standing out since the arrival of Solskjaer. But a slip against Wolves on Tuesday meant the team lost ground in the Champions League race next season.
The Old Trafford club host Barcelona in the first leg of the quarter-finals next Wednesday.
Solskjaer offered his charity support on a successful evening for the organization