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Kieran Tierney Certifies Hero Status After Preventing Celtic Fan From Being Scammed

Kieran Tierney Certifies Hero Status After Preventing Celtic Fan From Being Scammed

Kieran Tierney is fast becoming the most likeable guy in football, the 19-year-old can't seem to stay out of the headlines but in a welcome change, it always seems to be for the right reasons.

Just a few days ago we were talking about how he left the hospital with a broken jaw to return to Hampden and celebrate Celtic's Scottish Cup win. Now he's directly contacted a fan to make sure they didn't get scammed.

Tierney has a great reputation for how he carries himself on and off the pitch as he's shown class time and time again and seems to have a close relationship with the Parkhead faithful and this latest example will back it up.

A couple of days ago Celtic fan Lewis Kerr tweeted Tierney asking is £175 too much to pay for his match worn shirt from the 3-3 draw with Man City in the Champions League, the only problem was that Tierney still had the shirt from the game in his possession.

Tierney wasted no time in getting in contact with Lewis via private message to ask him had he bought it.

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In standard Scottish text slang Tierney asked him if he had bought the strip to which Kerr said he hadn't because "he reckon he's at it and al get bumped hahah". We presume he means he had his suspicions.

Tierney replied: “Aye he is haha a kept that strip. Haha was scared to say incase u already had.”

We're just going to admit now that this probably won't be the last positive Kieran Tierney story, we're even thinking about opening giving him his own section here on the site.

See Also: Not Even A Broken Jaw Could Stop Kieran Tierney From Celebrating Celtic's Cup Win

Gavin O'Callaghan

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