Revealed: Isaac Hayden’s secret act of kindness in lockdown – A top bloke & credit to NUFC

A volunteer at the NUFC food bank has revealed that Isaac Hayden reached out in support when the UK was on the verge of national lockdown back in March.

Bill Cocoran – one of the driving forces behind the West End Foodbank – replied to George Caulkin’s inquisitive post asking for any positive reasons why people ‘like/adore/respect/love’ the midfielder ahead of a piece he is due to write for The Athletic.

This led to the food bank volunteer to disclose how Hayden privately got in touch to contribute – and didn’t crave any publicity for his act of kindness:

We live in an age where footballers – sometimes correctly – are criticised for their persona in the media and stuff they may see or do in their private life.

With the advent of social media a lot of people often do these good deeds for their own self-gain or endorsement on social media, wanting a video camera to show their followers about how amazing they really are.

One simple tweet last night showed that Hayden is not that guy – what a lovely bloke and credit to this club.

You could say that this gesture is reflective of his unselfish methods as a player, as his tireless displays in the middle of the park have always been for the benefit of the team rather than himself.

Hayden on his first visit to the West End Foodbank in March 2017

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