Tottenham Hotspur’s “captain” Son Heung-min’s good deeds have been quietly shared on social media.
Fans were deeply touched when they found out that he organized a special visit to the family of coach Gian Piero Ventrone, who passed away last year.
On the 30th (KST), British media outlet Football London reported, “Son made a heartfelt gesture to the Ventrone family.
It showed the class of the Tottenham star player.
‘Tottenham captain Son Heung-min has sent a message to the family of Spurs’ former trainer Ventrone, who passed away a year ago,’ Football London said. 카지노사이트가이드
Ventrone’s son Ivan made the announcement on social media.
Fans supported Son’s gesture and cheered him on.
Heung-min signed the back of his jersey and wrote a short handwritten note of comfort and encouragement.
He addressed the message to Coach Ventrone, who must be watching from heaven.
He wrote, “I hope you are proud of me. I miss you. Thank you for thinking of me like a son. I love you, Gian Piero!” he wrote.
‘The post was shared on the Tottenham subreddit,’ said Football London. Fans talked about how adorable the gesture was.
One person commented: ‘This made me really emotional, seeing them interact, you could really feel how close Sonny was to him.
Another fan wrote: ‘Tears welled up in my eyes. RIP Gian Piero, you will live on in our memories forever,” another mourned.
Another added: ‘Absolute class.
Making Sonny captain was the best decision Angie (Tottenham manager Angie Postecoglou) has made since taking over, he should have been captain years ago’
Ventrone, who was Tottenham’s fitness coach, died on October 6 last year at the age of 61.
He was also known for being a close friend of former manager Antonio Conte.
Ventrone’s rigorous training regimen earned him the nickname “The Marine,” Sky Sports explained.
At the time, Son Heung-min said: “The world has lost a truly special person.
You helped me get through some of my toughest times.
I will always be grateful to you and words cannot express how much I owe you.
I send all my love to you and your family,” he mourned.