Hats off to this Everton fan for a really amazing gesture!
Merseyside rivals showing cancer has no colours after an Everton season ticket holder offered his seats after a Liverpool fan recovering from cancer wished his desire to see the Reds in action.
And the display of goodwill did not end there as Everton fans would love to know that club legend David Unsworth has now offered his tickets to the Blues fan for his gesture towards the Reds supporter.
Great people doing great things for others, check out a screenshot of the Twitter conversations below –
We’re going to show them exactly what money can’t buy
Both Liverpool and Manchester City were perhaps not that excited when the draw for the UEFA Champions League semi-final match-ups took place on Friday, as the two sets of supporters were probably hoping for much more of an European adventure.
But it seems the fans are slowly warming up to the tie, especially the Reds, as a coach greeting before kick-off at Anfield is being arranged and the number of shares on the tweet shows they are truly pumped up for the fixture.
The City contingent are not going to be comfortable with this at all. Check out the details of the coach greeting on the 4th of April below –
One can’t help but appreciate the brilliant metaphor used by Mauricio Pochettino when asked if Harry Kane could avoid injuries during his press conference before the FA Cup clash against Swansea City on Saturday.
Spurs fans couldn’t love the Argentine anymore as Poch labeled Harry Kane as a ‘warrior, who would put his leg in a washing machine for his team’s cause.
The English striker is currently undergoing rehab after suffering an ankle ligament injury against Bournemouth last weekend.
Check out the bit from the presser below –
Mauricio Pochettino credits 'warrior' Harry Kane for risking injury to try and score against Bournemouth.
Manchester United fans will love the commitment in display from Alexis Sanchez in training before the all-important UEFA Champions League clash against Sevilla on Tuesday.
United fans have been a bit frustrated with the amount of times the Chilean lost the ball during the Liverpool game but at the same time loved his intentions of taking on the opposition whenever he has the ball.
The Chilean seems to be taking his time kick-starting his career at Old Trafford but his desire to improve couldn’t be understated.
Leading by example, Sanchez reportedly started his routine hours before others in training today. Check out a picture confirming the same below –