Harry Maguire getty 4 Sadio Mane plays football with a smile permanently across his face James MilnerUnderstated and hard working, he entertains us all on social media. It was also very satisfying to see the midfielder put Neymar on his backside during Liveprool’s Champions League win against PSG. And remember, one Christmas he gave us this bit of gold to enjoy. He’s not at all boring.Sadio ManeJust like Ronaldinho, Mane plays with a smile on his face and so how can you hate a man who simply loves doing what all of us would pay to do? Here’s to you Vincent Kompany It was refreshing to read that N’Golo Kante rejected Chelsea’s offer to pay his image rights into an offshore company to avoid tax. It is claimed by French investigative website Mediapart that the player told the club he just wants a “normal salary,” giving everyone another reason to love the midfielder.So on that note, talkSPORT.com looks at other players it is impossible to hate, kicking it off with football’s nice guys.N’Golo KanteAs well as being a top bloke, Kante also happens to be one of the best in his position and has remained humble despite the mounting medals and accolades coming his way. People like him because he has opted to keep driving his mini instead of a ridiculously impractical sports mega car, he was too shy to ask to hold the World Cup during France’s trophy celebrations and even went to a fan’s house to watch Match of the Day and enjoy a curry after bumping into him at a local mosque. Even his international team-mates have a song for him, which includes the lyrics , “He’s short, he’s nice.” 4 Nothing can make N’Golo Kante sad 4 4 Juan Mata – just a very nice chap “Can you ask the neighbours to put the bins out on Monday? We’re not going home just yet” 🏴 pic.twitter.com/s1g3P3jj34— Harry Maguire (@HarryMaguire93) July 8, 2018Juan MataPeople really like Mata, he seems like a very pleasant bloke, doesn’t he? That’s despite playing for two of England’s more unpopular clubs. He probably rivals N’Golo Kante for niceness considering he was the driving force behind ‘Common Goal’, a charitable cause launched in 2017 where he pledged to donate one per cent of his salary to a charity that supports global football initiatives for disadvantaged children. He has even managed to persuade high profile names like Mats Hummels and Giorgio Chiellini to follow his lead, while Charlie Daniels and Alfie Mawson were among the first in the Premier League to sign up. 2 years ago watching @England in France with my mates. Now on the plane to Russia. How things have changed. #AlwaysBelieve 🦁🦁🦁🏴 pic.twitter.com/k3i7lpgRG8— Harry Maguire (@HarryMaguire93) May 16, 2018In 2016, Maguire went to France with his mates to watch England as a fan and two years later was one of star performers at the World Cup. The man could do no wrong during the summer where his commanding World Cup displays cemented his place as an England favourite, helped by his header against Sweden. The deputy headteacher at his secondary school in Chesterfield said this about him: “He was a remarkable pupil who always came in and worked very hard. He was never in any trouble and he had such a good attitude.”And this was very funny, too. Vincent KompanyEven Man United fans would – reluctantly – say they respect the City captain.He’s well liked by team-mates and opponents and never appears to have a bad word to say about them.The defender watched United lose to West Brom in April – a result that crowned City champions – with his United-supporting father-in-law. It was all in good spirits, with the pair hugging each other afterwards.