A young Huddersfield Town fan once melted hearts with his honesty after finding a £5 note at the John Smith’s Stadium … and it’s now been turned into a book with him as a superhero.

Adam Bhana was at the John Smith’s Stadium to see the Terriers’ 2-1 victory over Manchester United in 2017 when he found the fiver and decided exactly who should have it.

In a heart-warming letter to former club director Sean Jarvis, Adam suggested that manager at the time David Wagner give the cash to Australian international Aaron Mooy who scored the winner, making it the first time the club had beaten Manchester United in 65 years.

Adam enclosed the £5 note along with his letter and Sean tweeted a picture of the letter with the caption: “Pure class from young Adam.”

It went viral, creating international headlines, and Adam got to meet Aaron and was given a signed football along with a signed pair of football boots.

Adam’s dad, Mohammed, is an author whose first book, The Asian Liverbird, was commissioned by Liverpool Football Club and hit the shelves in 2008.

With a foreword by Kenny Dalglish, the book features interviews with the likes of former Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard, Momo Sissoko, John Barnes, Sir Tom Finney and a 5,000 word interview with the man set to be the club’s next manager, Xabi Alonso.

Under the pen name Mo Bhana, Mohammed has now written the book called Five with both his sons, Adam, now 15 and 11-year-old Ismaeel, starring as superheroes.

In the story, the £5 note is miraculously returned to Adam and, from within it, former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill appears to inform the youngster that he is one of very few people who believes in the power of gratitude and is the hero the world needs.

Adam is then transformed into an adult superhero, the world’s mightiest mortal called 5, who has been bestowed with super powers to make the world a better place. Ismaeel is also bestowed with super powers, at the behest of his brother, and is given the moniker, i5.

The boys’ principal nemesis in the book, the CLAW, wants to take over the world’s economy and needs to get hold of the £5 note and use it to further his agenda by creating his own physical and digital currency.

Mohammed said: “The book explores a plethora of themes and subjects such as superheroes, morality, football, sports entertainment, wrestling, friendships and why parents should ultimately be ideal role models to their children.

“It’s great to see that Adam and Ismaeel’s heroes come from a variety of backgrounds, countries and faiths.” 

Mohammed has previously won Professional of the Year and best Marketed Business of the Year awards for his work as Communications and PR for renowned automotive design companies, Project Kahn and Chelsea Truck Company and the book’s cover was designed by members of the companies’ design teams.

He said: “These guys design cars that are unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show and are featured on TV shows, newspapers and magazines around the world.

“The fact they spent hours perfecting and creating the front cover for me is phenomenal. Our videography team also created a fantastic promotional video for me.”

The book is out now on Amazon at  https://www.amazon.co.uk/FIVE-M-Bhana-Mo/dp/B0CTPDX6G1

See the video here at https://bit.ly/3Tigd4n

To find out more about Mohammed Bhana follow him on Instagram: mo_bhana_

Written by ANDY HIRST who runs his own Yorkshire freelance journalism agency AH! PR (https://ah-pr.com/) specialising in press releases, blogging, website content and copywriting.