Some Spurs fans on social media are beaming with pride following Harry Kane’s decision to sponsor Leyton Orient’s kits for next season.
Kane made his professional debut for the League Two club back in 2011 and the England captain has shown that he has not forgotten his roots.
The striker has donated the sponsorship to three separate worthy causes, with the home shirt featuring a thank you message to frontline workers, the away shirt and the third shirt has been donated to Haven House Children’s Hospice, and Mind, the mental health charity, respectively.
The Spurs striker took to social media to express his pride at being able to help out the League Two side.
Some Spurs fans on social media were extremely proud of the 26-year-old’s gesture with a few even suggesting that he deserved to be named captain of the North London side for the way he conducts himself on and off the pitch.
absolute star x
— Bardi (@BardiTFC) May 14, 2020
So proud, @HKane! 🥰🙌
— Daily Hotspur (@Daily_Hotspur) May 14, 2020
Youre an absolute legend Harry and we couldn't be more proud of you xx
— Mrs Eriksen (@shirleymillr63) May 15, 2020
— Maria Tottnuttygirl (@tottnuttygirl) May 15, 2020
— Nathan (@Nathan27749242) May 15, 2020
— Marc Bernard (@marc_bernard77) May 15, 2020
Genuinely can't fathom how so many people hate him. He's such a genuinely good person and role model.
— Rickles 🇺🇲 (@burks_eric) May 14, 2020
What a top top bloke 👏🏻
— CaliSpurs (@Calispurs) May 14, 2020
Imagine having Harry Kane at your club, watching what he does on and off the pitch for club and country, and still not having him as your captain.
This is one thing that has to change next season.
— Pee (@itstartedin1882) May 14, 2020
I’ll never understand why Kane gets any abuse whatsoever. Couldn’t be any prouder to have him as England captain https://t.co/lgoWjkcbKQ
— Ally Darlow (@Darloww_TH) May 15, 2020
Spurs Web Opinion
This is a great gesture from Kane and will hopefully convince more footballers to follow suit. Lower league clubs are going to be the worst hit from the pandemic and they need all the help they can get from top flight clubs and footballers to get back on their feet.
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