Top work Steven, we're a big fan of this!

Footballers certainly have a reputation for earning loads and never really giving it back to their fans but some players are real nice guys, like Everton's Steven Naismith.

The Scottish international has carried on his good samaritan work from last year where he gave away free tickets to people looking for work to help boost moral. 


And the 28-year has been giving away tickets again by popping down to a job centre in Liverpool to give out some more tickets after the success of last year.

Speaking to the Liverpool Echo, Naismith “The feedback from last season was very good and not just in terms of them having a great day out, it was about the weeks after and what it had done for them and helping get them back into work,

"That is fantastic. That is the main aim here, it is not about getting people back into going to games, it is what it does for them in their day to day living. That was the biggest reason behind us doing this again this year."

And this isn't the first time Naismith has done some good work for his community, in the past he's worked with the homeless, ex-serviceman, and with dyslexia Scotland. 

We definitely reckon that the Everton man might well be one of the nicest blokes in football, just behind Santi Cazorla and his cheesy grin. 

Bravo Steven, bravo. 


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