It has often been said that Conor Coady is a great leader and role model.

The 28-year-old is known to be a brilliant communicator, and always comes across well in the media.

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Conor Coady (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

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This was again evident last week, when he surprised a young fan for Anti-Bullying week.

Coady met young Logan Pope, who had been having a hard time at school, at Molineux and gave him some brilliant advice.

He just always seems to know what to say.

It was probably little surprise then, that he was asked to appear on Match of the Day 2 last night.

It follows an appearance he made on Monday Night Football back in December 2019.

Coady appeared alongside Jermaine Jenas and host Mark Chapman, to dissect the Sunday games.

He also spoke a bit about Wolves under Bruno Lage at the end of the programme.

Coady did really well as he analysed the games between Manchester City and Everton, and Tottenham Hotspur and Leeds United.

Focusing mainly on the teams’ defensive shapes, he spoke with intelligence and honesty, and quickly became a real hit with fans on social media.

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While the programme was on air, a lot of fans began to say the same thing as they listened to Coady give his takes.

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Conor Coady (Photo by Stephen White – CameraSport via Getty Images)

Many believe that he is destined to go into some form of punditry once he hangs up his boots.

He is insightful, articulate and likeable, and punditry is definitely an avenue he should consider if he wants to keep some involvement with football after finishing playing.

Here’s what some people said:

 

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