With a name like Angel, Swansea City’s Spanish right-back is a headline-writer’s dream.
His recent heart-warming gesture would have had sub-editors doing cartwheels and back-flips around offices up and down the country.
When Angel Rangel - light-heartedly dubbed the Angel From Above - delivered food to a local homeless shelter in Swansea, little did he or his wife Nikki expect the forthcoming media response.
After the 30-year-old launched a plea on Twitter asking where he could find a homeless shelter to deliver sandwiches to those in need of them most, the story broke with massive interest from local, national and international media.
The modest person that he is, Angel feels slightly embarrassed when asked about his gesture.
But he is pleased with the benefits that his actions have brought.
“I know footballers, from the Premier League in particular, get bad press for certain things, so it’s nice to hear people saying good things,” he said.
“I also saw the story in the Evening Post about a burger van owner who handed out a hot drink and burger to the homeless in Swansea after reading about myself and Nikki in the paper.
“So that’s great to see, because the homeless shelters are so appreciative for any support they receive.”
You can read the full interview with Angel in tonight’s iPad version of our matchday programme – Jack Magazine.
The iPad version of Jack Magazine provides fans with the most up-to-date and exclusive club content on a platform which can support a host of video and digital media.
Once downloaded, the iPad version Jack Magazine will provide supporters with in-depth statistics, club news and interviews.
The Jack Mag app can be downloaded directly onto the iPad from Apple’s iStore, costing less than a traditional printed programme at £2.49.
The Swans’ digital match programme also has full touch screen support. Versions for Mac and PC are also available.
You can now download the iPad edition Jack Magazine via Apple’s iStore.
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