Charlie McCarthy, a little boy from the sixth grade of the St. Colmans school in Northern Ireland, Annaclone, is very fond of the Belgian national football team. To the extent that he himself wrote a letter to the Red Devils in the three national languages. “I’m a fan of Liverpool, but Kevin De Bruyne is my favorite.’
The school placed the drawing of Charlie, that he has no command presented to the director, on Twitter. “We have the privilege to be with such a brilliant and proactive children’s work’, says St. Colmans.
With his letter, wants Charlie to know more about Belgium and the Red Devils. ‘You will look forward to the world championships in Russia, and how to prepare your team for the tournament? How does it feel to be the trainer of one of the best teams in the world?’
“I’ve learned that, in Belgium, three languages are spoken’, says the teenager, who then hello and goodbye, says in the German, Dutch and French. Charlie must finally confess something: “I’m a fan of Liverpool, but my faovriete player is Kevin De Bruyne (player of Manchester City, ed.).’
The Red Devils responded already to the letter: “We will your inspiring words show the coach, promised! Continue to do your best at school.’