Gary Lineker has taken to Twitter to react after Wolves posted footage of Conor Coady surprising a young fan, who has been the victim of bullying.
What’s the story?
Well, this was a wonderful gesture from Coady and Wolves.
The supporter in question, who’s name is Logan, was given a day he’ll never forget by the £2m Wolves man, who seems to be a genuinely lovely person.
In the footage, Logan believes he’s going to print his name on the back of Wolves’ away shirt at Molineux.
Little did he know that Coady was waiting for him in the printing room, ready to assist with the shirt and also show him around Molineux.
It was a genuinely heartwarming clip, and Lineker certainly seemed to enjoy it – you can see his reaction in full below.
This is lovely: https://t.co/89d7rU8yLC— Gary Lineker 💙 (@GaryLineker) November 18, 2021
Things like this can change a child’s life – the look on Logan’s face as he saw Coady was one of amazement, and Wolves have undoubtedly given him a moment which will never leave him.
Wolves have a gem in Conor Coady
Coady – what a man.
It’s no surprise to us that Gareth Southgate handed the 28-year-old the captain’s armband for England so soon after his first call-up.
In fact, the Express and Star believe Coady is now part of England’s leadership group under Southgate, and we can see why.
The ex-Liverpool man was absolutely brilliant with Logan in the footage, and made sure he forgot all about those who are bullying him.
Coady is the true definition of a captain, someone who goes above and beyond for the good of the club and the fans, not just on the pitch.
Wolves and England can feel very proud to have someone like him in their ranks, to say the least.