Accordian to the Guardian (boom boom), Laurent Koscielny has donated a hefty sum to help save a musical instrument manufacturer in his home town of Tulle, France.
The centre-back, who ruins the lining of his suits by pocketing strikers on a weekly basis, is reported to have helped donate €600,000 to Maugein, a local business that has made accordians since 1919.
The business, threatened with closure and the loss of 20 jobs, is understood to have appealed to the French international via the local mayor; an advisor to President Francois Hollande who also grew up in the area.
It’s a lovely gesture from Koscielny and comes just 24 hours after he’s called on the Gunners fraternity to ordain him with a terrace chant.
Luckily, always eager to give back, Arseblog News readers have solved that problem for him.