Jean-Yves helps with French lessons
M'voto paid a visit to help the students with their studies and participated in a Q+A session with the majority of questions being asked in French.
ommunity Trust was out and about with Jean-Yves M'voto as he spent an afternoon with the year seven French students from North Chadderton High School. Oldham Athletic C
"It was a opportunity to put their French skills to the test with Jean-Yves only too happy to help.”
Billy Quarmby, Latics' administrator, said: “It was great for the children to not only meet a professional footballer, but also a footballer who speaks fluent French and who could help them with their studies.
There was a wide range of questions from his life back in France, his career with Latics and his plans for life after football.
The visit lasted for 90 minutes with Jean-Yves not only answering questions but also signing autographs and taking time have time to have photographs taken with the students.
"It`s just one of many ways the club works in the community.”
Martin Vose, Oldham Athletic Community Trust Participation Officer added: “It was a fantastic opportunity to hear the children asking Jean-Yves questions they learned and rehearsed in class.