Tom Brady is serenaded by Birmingham City followers on the native pub as NFL legend flies in to look at The Blues tackle Leeds United in his first look in St Andrews

Tom Brady was serenaded by Birmingham City followers at an area pub when he flew in to look at the Blues tackle Leeds United on Saturday.

The NFL legend grew to become a co-owner of the Blues earlier this month because of an present relationship with the membership’s new American house owners.

After lacking out on Birmingham’s 1-1 draw with Swansea on the opening day of the Championship and their 2-0 win over Cheltenham within the EFL Cup, Brady have flown in for his or her first dwelling recreation.

Brady has now been noticed in an area pub, with Birmingham followers singing to him as he soaks up the pre-game environment.

Take to Twitter, he beforehand posted a photograph on a airplane when he wrote, “Any plans for kickoff guys? See you in St Andrew’s.

Tom Brady became part owner of Birmingham City this month

This led to Birmingham’s official account replying: ‘Goodbye, Tom!’.

And it seems the Brady found plans ahead of the clash, taped in a local pub surrounded by Blues fans as they sing to him.

“Birmingham City are an iconic club with so much history and passion and to be part of the Blues is a real honor for me,” Brady mentioned after becoming a member of the membership.

“BCFC is built on teamwork and determination and I am delighted to be working with the board, management and players to make our Second City club second to none.

“I’ve been part of some great teams in my time and I’m looking forward to applying my perspective to create the same success here in Birmingham.”

The former Premier League facet has struggled financially lately, however the arrival of recent house owners at St Andrews has left Birmingham followers optimistic.

Despite gamers like Jobe Bellingham and Tahith Chong being bought this summer time, there have been a number of reinforcements because the Blues look to complete sturdy within the Championship.

They hope Brady can show to be a fortunate appeal once they face newly relegated Leeds United on Saturday.