Football Personalities Pay Tribute To Victims Of Pop Concert Attack

At least 22 people  were killed at an Ariana Grande concert last night in Manchester and football personalities have been quick pay tribute to the families of the victims.

See also: Ariana Grande’s Concert Was Bombed, 22 People Died, Many More Were Injured

Stars of the Manchester football world have sent their condolences to the family and friends of the victims, some of whom were young children.

American singer Ariana Grande was performing at the Manchester Arena on Monday night

 

Here are some of the messages from some football personalities:

Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford posted the above message on Twitter

Ashley Young, the Manchester United winger, expressed his shock at the news

City captain Kompany used the hashtag #Unity in reaction to the Manchester Arena atrocity

City's winger Raheem Sterling also used social media to express his sympathy
Former United defender Rio Ferdinand posted a message of unity on Twitter on Tuesday
United striker Wayne Rooney, a dad of three, posted a message on Twitter 
Yaya Toure, the Manchester City midfielder, sent his prayers to 'all those affected'

Real Madrid star Gareth Bale was another player to send a message of support

David Beckham posted an emotional message on his Instagram page on Tuesday

United’s opponents in the Europa League, Ajax, sent their sympathies to Manchester

United's opponents in the Europa League, Ajax, sent their sympathies to Manchester

Match of the Day presenter Gary Linker called the act ‘beyond lunacy’ and ‘beyond evil’

Match of the Day presenter Gary Linker called the act 'beyon lunacy' and 'beyond evil'

Bayern Munich’s manager Carlo Ancelotti also sent his condolences to victims’ families

Bayern Munich manager Carlo Ancelotti also sent his condolences to victims' families

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