Global magazine praises ‘sweet pesky’ Jack Grealish: seven ways the Manchester City star makes football fun
Scores of people took to Twitter to share why they love Birmingham’s Jack Grealish as he regaled in his joy of being part of Manchester City’s treble winning team on Saturday (June 10)
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The Solihull native was described as a “sweet pesky small-shinpadded imp” by the global magazine, which said he made Manchester City’s treble win “possible to like”.
Grealish, 27, was purchased for £100m by Manchester City and after struggling in his first season at Manchester City, he had an important role in the team winning the Champions League, Premier League and the FA Cup.
He thanked the team’s manager, Pep Guardiola, for the biggest night of his career right after the win and even shed some tears. But, what came after was hours and hours of partying and celebration for the win.
People took to Twitter to share why they love him so much as he regaled in his joy of being part of the team that won the treble in 2023.
Here is how Jack Grealish is making football fun again:
Videos of Grealish celebrating the Manchester City Champions League win are all over Twitter and they show his charming and party-loving style.
1. He partied all night in his kit
In one, he can be seen living it up at 6am in full kit.
2. He’s not afraid of asking hard questions
He was seen asking Thierry Henry whether he could get past Kyle Walker in his prime.
3. His fans love him regardless of what he does
One Twitter user wrote: “I bloody love Jack Grealish. 4am, still in full kit, skins and all. Living his absolute best life.”
4. He knows how to have fun
Blaring music from a speaker, he made everyone sing along with him.
5. “Watch my Gucci bag, f****g ‘ell!”
This video shows what he’s like in the locker room.
6. He knows how to take accountability
Grealish opened up in an interview with Thierry Henry about his first season with Manchester City.
7. He is in touch with his feelings
Grealish openly cried and let his emotions show after the Manchester City Champions League win.