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Aguero gave away his £40,000 car to a Manchester City kit man
Zebras 18 days ago
Juventus, Italy 1 24

Aguero showed off his generous side before leaving Manchester City for a new challenge with Barcelona. The Argentina international will officially join the Catalan giants on 1 July after a decade with the Citizens.

The striker left City with some parting gifts including watches for all the staff and his $56k Range Rover. Aguero raffled off the car in an auction which was won by the club’s kitman, as shown by ESPN.

The striker then happily handed over the keys to his car along with a warm hug before his departure from the Premier League champions, as shown by Radio Boing’s Sebastian Soso.

Aguero left Manchester City as a true club legend. He’s the club’s all-time leading goalscorer with 260 goals in 390 games and won 15 major trophies during his time in Manchester City.

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Gennady 18 days ago
Manchester United, Russia 280 3819

good guy Aguero

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Ngannou 18 days ago
Arsenal, Cameroon 0 342

for him that is like giving away crumbs.

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quikzyyy 17 days ago
Arsenal 424 8461

People will always bitch no matter what they do, lol. It's about the gesture, not money.

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Footy_watch 17 days ago Edited
Paris Saint-Germain, Brazil 3 1162

At first I thought he gave away the white range rover which made me disappointed when I found out it was the small black range rover. But it was still a good gesture. The difference with Aguero is that they filmed him doing it. I wonder how many other footballers gifted their staff without making it public.

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At first I thought he gave away the white range rover which made me disappointed when I found out it was the small black range rover. But it was still a good gesture. The difference with Aguero is that they filmed him doing it. I wonder how many other footballers gifted their staff behind the scenes.

Marcus2011 17 days ago
Chelsea FC, England 277 6470

I still see this as a huge gift. I am sure he has given him many before, you can tell they are like friends.

I know people wouldn’t spare a dollar to their friends and it is bread crumbs for them. Usually, these are the same people that call other people greedy.

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Emobot7 16 days ago
450 10639

Better giving away crumbs to people who can use them than throwing them away or trying to sell them to make even more money. XD

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Ngannou 16 days ago Edited
Arsenal, Cameroon 0 342

Its the truth though. If I donate $50 to charity I would get hated on because that is pocket change for me.

I would be impressed if he gave away a car that costs a million that would be impossible for thisguy to afford in his lifetime. I'm sure this guy can afford that range rover within a years salary anyways.

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Its the truth though. If I donate $50 to charity I would get hated on because that is pocket change for me.

I would be impressed if he gave away a car that costs a million hat would be impossible for thisguy to afford in his lifetime. I'm sure this guy can afford that range rover within a years salary anyways.

DarthFooty 16 days ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 15 742

Staff don't make a ton of money, especially compared to player salaries of the bigger leagues and names. This is an awesome gift, one that holds more value than just the $$$ attached to it. He gets to cruise in the Agueromobile. haha

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Footy_watch 16 days ago Edited
Paris Saint-Germain, Brazil 3 1162

Initially without reading about it I thought Aguero chose that specific staff to give his car to. But when I found out it was a raffle I partially agree with ngannou. He shouldve at least given away a week's salary

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Initially without reading about it I thought Aguero chose that specific staff to give his car to. But when I found out it was a raffle I now agree with ngannou. He shouldve at least given away a week's salary

Emobot7 16 days ago
450 10639

Its the truth though. If I donate $50 to charity I would get hated on because that is pocket change for me.

Actually completely false, any charity organisation will alway rather have 50 or even 5 dollars from someone even if they know said person could afford way more than none at all. Why? Cause most of the time, its the small amount adding up that end up making difference in organization like that. If your talking about other unrelated peoples judgement, then I say you shouldn't care about them.

Another point I'd like to make is that Aguero is not completely doing charity by giving away that car, he meant to get rid of it, just happen he chose to give it to a random staff member. I think its a nice way of getting rid of it and of making someone days at the same time.

There tons of players who are giving nothing to charity and never do this kind of action at all, why complain about the level of the gesture of one who does give instead of complaining about those that doesn't bother even that?

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