Advert

Latest

4 minutes ago
Advert
40 minutes ago
Advert

Most Popular

3 days ago
Advert

AC Milan's Ante Rebic Is One Of The Most Generous Footballers In The World

AC Milan's Ante Rebic Is One Of The Most Generous Footballers In The World

AC Milan's Ante Rebic has gone above and beyond to look after his own.

Rebic is from Donji Vinjani, a small village in Croatia and has gone on to play in a World Cup final, as well as turning out for the likes of Fiorentina, Eintracht Frankfurt and now Milan.

He has never forgotten about where he came from and in 2018, it was reported he had paid off the debts of 500 residents in the village.

Advert

"He has never forgotten about his roots, although he moved to the Fiorentina, Italy when he was 19 years old," his best friend Lovro Šindik said, as quoted by Croatian media.

"Once, he paid off the loans of 500 residents of his native village."

He did not want attention for this selfless gesture.

But Rebic has now followed that up by donating €10,000 for the building of a new facility for the rehabilitation and upbringing of children in Slavonski Brod.

Advert

More Like ThisMore Like This

1 of 6
Football

Inter Milan's Adriano Was Simply Unplayable Between 2004 And 2006

The Golden Sequin Centre is a non-profit organisation that has been going since 1993 and has 66 employees, who work with around 220 children who have disabilities and autism.

Cristiano Ronaldo Pulls Off Outrageous Rabona After Humiliating AC Milan's Diego Laxalt
Football

Cristiano Ronaldo Pulls Off Outrageous Rabona After Humiliating AC Milan's Diego Laxalt

published at8 months ago

The financial help from Rebic, along with other smaller donations and funds from the eastern Croatian city, will help a lot of youngsters through the 520 square meter building.

"Wе trulу thаnk Аntе Rеbіć fоr thіѕ wоndеrful gеѕturе аnd thе grеаt fіnаnсіаl ѕuрроrt hе gаvе uѕ," Fr. Іlіја Јеrkоvіс, dіrесtоr оf thе Gоldеn Ѕеquіn, said, as per Novizivot.net.

Advert

"Тhаnkѕ аlѕо tо Rеbіć'ѕ frіеndѕ whо rесоmmеndеd uѕ tо hіm. Lаtеr, thе Сіtу оf Ѕlаvоnѕkі Вrоd јоіnеd thе асtіоn, ѕо wе wіll bе аblе tо соntіnuе wіth thе wоrk ѕtаrtеd lаѕt уеаr, аlthоugh thе сrіѕіѕ іѕ еvеrуwhеrе.

I would like to meet Mr. Rebić if I get the chance. He is a great footballer, I remember his good games at the World Cup in Russia, and now he has also shown that he is a great and noble man . He did a lot for our institution.

In another kind act, Rebic was said to be involved in the "large humanitarian action" for a two-year-old girl called Mile Roncevic, who was suffering from leukemia and ended up receiving life-saving treatment in the United States.

What a class act.

Topics: Football News, Football, Croatia, AC Milan

Chosen for YouChosen for You

Chelsea Will Reportedly Open Talks With Erling Haaland 'Next Week' And Offer £78 Million
published atan hour ago

Most Read StoriesMost Read

Football

Nicklas Bendtner Is Currently Ranked 199th In The World On Fantasy Premier League

published at3 days ago

Josh Lawless

Josh is a sports journalist who specialises in football and wrestling. He has been published by Curzon Ashton FC, Late Tackle, Manchester City FC, The Mirror, Read Man City and Manchester Evening News. He provides coverage of professional wrestling and has interviewed some of the biggest names in the field - including the first UK interview with The Hardy Boyz after their return to WWE. He has never sported a pair of Lonsdale Slip-ons, contrary to reports.