Former Everton winger Ronny Goodlass is currently trekking across Holland on a sponsored walk with a bit of a difference!
Ronny is walking from ADO Den Haag’s Cars Jeans Stadion to the home of NAC Breda, the Rat Verlegh Stadion, the two clubs he played for during his spell in the Netherlands.
His walk - which began on Monday and ends on Thursday - is a distance of 102 kilometres and will raise much-needed funds for his charity, Health Through Sport.
“Both Dutch clubs have been great with me, as have Everton – from the Club, ex-players and supporters,” said Ronny.
“Evertonians have been brilliant, ever since I started the charity.”
Ronny saw Den Haag draw 1-1 with Jong FC Utrecht on Sunday and will end his trip by watching NAC Breda take on TOP Oss on Friday.
“It’s been great so far,” he added. “It’s rained a bit but we’re on our way and I met some ex-teammates on Sunday, which was lovely.”
Ronny has established a Just Giving page for supporters, who can donate by clicking here.
Before he left the UK at the weekend, Ronny caught up with Darren Griffiths to discuss his charity and the aims, route and logistics of the walk.
Listen to the interview below or by clicking here.