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Chelsea icon John Obi Mikel funds Nigeria’s amputee World Cup team and says ‘I didn’t think twice’
Tuesday December 11, 2018
CRUTCHES clatter along the pavement of John Obi Mikel’s back garden as four footballers step onto the patio. This is not a reunion of injured pros but a meet-up between Chelsea’s former midfielder and a contingent of amputee players. Alan Walter Chelsea icon John Obi Mikel invited amputee footballers to his Surrey home[/caption] They are […]
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ARSENAL may have stretched their unbeaten record to a staggering 21 games but it came at a cost against Huddersfield. Shkodran Mustafi limped off leaving the Gunners facing a major injury crisis in central defence. Shkodran Mustafi limps off after picking up a hamstring injuryGetty Images – Getty Read this and more with the latest […]
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