“Every child has dreams, but not all have the opportunity to pursue them – I want to change that!” Antonio Rüdiger
Sierra Leone German player, Antonio Rüdiga, who plays as a centre-back for Premier League club Chelsea and the Germany national team and Bigshoe, that stands for a worldwide growing network of football and sports fans, helping poor children with life changing medical operations have funded life-changing operations for 11 children with club feet in Lunsar, Sierra Leone, where his mum was born. Taking on his social media, Antonior extends gratitude to the BigShoe,
“Thanks so much to BigShoe to help these children in need in my 2nd home in Sierra Leone This is what really matters in life to see them smiling again. Together we made it possible to give 11 kids a better life again – May God protect and bless them.”
Thanks so much to @BigShoe_11 to help these children in need in my 2nd home in Sierra Leone 🇸🇱🙏🏾 This is what really matters in life to see them smiling again. Together we made it possible to give 11 kids a better life again – May God protect and bless them all🤲🏾 #TeamSierraLeone pic.twitter.com/ZFdfi1F8b7
— Antonio Rüdiger (@ToniRuediger) January 14, 2022
Antonio Rüdiger (born 3 March 1993) is a German professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for Premier League club Chelsea and the Germany national team.
Rüdiger began his career at VfB Stuttgart, representing their reserves in 3. Liga and the first team in the Bundesliga. In 2015 he joined Roma, initially on loan and a year later for a €9 million fee. He was signed by Chelsea in 2017 for an estimated £27 million, where he won the FA Cup in his first season, followed by the UEFA Europa League in his second season, and the UEFA Champions League in 2021.
He made his international debut for Germany in March 2014. He was forced to miss UEFA Euro 2016 due to an injury suffered earlier in the season but he was part of the squad that won the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. He kept his spot in the squad for the 2018 World Cup, and later also took part at UEFA Euro 2020.
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