We really can't get enough of all these classy gestures from Everton!
If there is one thing that we really love it is a football club giving a very classy gesture to their fans. And if there is one club that has seriously caught our eye in recent months with their gestures to their fans, it is Everton.
We are almost certain that there are plenty of clubs giving fans a nice day out, but the Toffees have really done it in style of late.
First off they helped 12-year-old Noah, who suffered from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, celebrate his birthday by urging fans to send him birthday cards and let him go out on the pitch before a game.
And the club has carried on their good work by giving another young fan a day he'd never forget. Now, you may have seen the video of a young Everton fan playing football despite suffering from cerebral palsy.
This is George. He's 9 & has cerebral palsy, but that doesn't stop him from playing the sport he loves... pic.twitter.com/JSf6xTgOHv— BreatheSport (@BreatheSport) January 8, 2016
The internet did just about everything to help the young man get a chance to meet his hero, Gerard Deulofeu, and that dream came true before Everton's clash with Swansea City.
Get ready to have your heat-warmed by this youngster:
This really is fantastic and we've got to admit that despite not having the best of times on the pitch, Everton are really winning the PR war with most of their fans.