Bryan Soumaré knows where he comes from. Professional player since 2019, the current midfielder loaned to Sochaux by Dijon has not always had it easy. This is why in this period of great social tension linked to the consequences of the health crisis, the 21-year-old has decided to help the most disadvantaged.
In a message posted on Twitter on Monday, he invites those who wish to contact him: “If in the situation in which we live, you cannot work and you do not have to eat, do not hesitate and Don’t be ashamed to write to me in private. Pasta, rice, eggs, milk or anything like that I can offer you… Don’t go to bed, let alone your children, without eating. “
Posted this Monday at 4:47 p.m., his message was quickly relayed and greeted. In a few hours, Bryan Soumaré received more than 4,000 congratulatory messages. “I love helping people. I was on Facebook this Monday and I saw this message being posted, first of all, by a former teammate who played as an amateur with me, tells the Sochalien to the MaLigue 2 site. This is Rachid Mourabit, from the ‘Olympic Saint-Quentin. I tried to take his example. I reposted his message because it was close to my heart. “
An initiative that Bryan Soumaré hopes will benefit the greatest number: “I was also, younger, in great need. I am lucky to be a footballer, to have a salary that corresponds to a lot. I try to help people in need, even though I know I won’t be able to help everyone. “
Bryan Soumaré assures that he has already received SOS: “I will try to help these people. This Tuesday, I think we will also talk about it at the club, with my teammates. I hope other players from all walks of life will follow me. If there are several people around me or from my team who do it, I would have given, at my level, a little help… ”
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