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Once a blue… Eden Hazard poses with Chelsea kids at Greek football course 20 days AFTER leaving the club in £150million move to Real Madrid

Eden Hazard may have left Chelsea in a £150million move to Real Madrid, but it appears the Belgian’s heart is still in London.

The 28-year-old was pictured helping out some kids at a Greek football course at Sani Football Academy, which is in association with Chelsea FC.

It wouldn’t have been much of a surprise a couple of months ago, but the pictures were taken 20 days after leaving Chelsea for the Spanish giants.

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Eden Hazard has been helping out at a kids training session at Sani Football Academy
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The training camp in Greece is in association with Chelsea FC and designed to help youngsters
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Hazard ran around with the kids in training, posed for a group photo, and signed their shirts

The pictures show Hazard running around with the children in training, before posing for a large group photo and then signing shirts for the youngsters.

The Sani Football Academy offers ‘an outstanding football development programme with a UEFA approved football pitch and a state of the art Club House.’

The training camp is held five days a week, but of course, availability is quite limited. Sessions cost 95 euros for a one day course on the first week, going up to 420 euros for a full 10 day course.

There are various sessions from the age of four up to 16, and attendees are offered a welcome kit including a custom shirt.

Eden Hazard was unveiled in front of 50,000 fans at the Bernabeu after his £150million move to Real Madrid earlier in June.

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It was a surprise seeing Hazard with Chelsea kids after his £150million move to Real Madrid

He is Real Madrid’s record signing, and has arrived in a summer of many new additions to the club. With Zinedine Zidane returning as manager this year, money is being spent to recover from a disappointing 2018-19 season.

He was unveiled without a shirt number, and joked that the club’s current number 10, Luka Modric, wouldn’t let him borrow it.

He has signed a five-year-deal worth a reported £400,000-a-week.

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Six players have been nominated for October’s Premier League Player of the Month

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Six players have been nominated for October’s Premier League Player of the Month. 

Manchester City’s Ilkay Gundogan, Chelsea winger Willian and Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy are on the six-man shortlist, following an impressive one-month period.

Willian was impressive for Chelsea through the month, where he scored once and assisted twice as Chelsea won all their three matches.

He scored the fourth in their 4-2 win over Burnley at Turf Moor and assisted one of Christian Pulisic’s three goals.

His exploits at the Turf Moor came after another impressive game at Southampton, where he assisted Mason Mount’s goal.

Gundogan has been in good form too for the defending champions, as they kept up the pace with League leaders Liverpool in the Premier League.

Vardy too has been sensational for surprise package Leicester City, who are currently third behind City and Liverpool.

The striker is among Leicester’s driving force and scored a stunning hattrick last week against Southampton.

Here is the full list of nominees.

  • Jack Grealish
  • Ilkay Gundogan
  • Dean Henderson
  • Youri Tielemans

The winner announced next Friday 8 November

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Golden Eaglets whip Hungary as FIFA Under-17 World Cup begins

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Five-times champions Nigeria swept past Hungary 4-2 in the opening match of the 2019 FIFA Under-17 World Cup finals in Brazil on Saturday.
The Eaglets scored three goals in six second half minutes, and they were just a reward for their persistence and determination.
Just like what happened when both teams last met at the championship — the inaugural edition in China 34 years ago — Hungary drew the first blood.
Inside the first three minutes, Gyorgy Komaromi took full advantage of poor defensive organisation to slot past goalkeeper Daniel Jinadu.
The Eaglets created chance after chance and eventually drew level when team captain Samson Tijani sent goalkeeper Kristjan Hegyi the wrong way from the penalty kick spot.
That was after Wisdom Ubani had been upended in the box.
Tijani’s equaliser was Nigeria’s 150th goal in the history of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup.
Yet, the Europeans would again go into the lead, when Samuel Major placed the ball clinically beyond Jinadu from a counter-attack as the Nigerian defence was again caught napping.
Still unruffled, the Eaglets continued to launch onslaught after onslaught, but were undone by a combination of short passes, hyper-ventilation and wayward shooting.
On resumption of the second half at the Estadio Olimpico in Goiania, the Eaglets took full control, dictating the pace and creating goalscoring opportunities.
But poor finishing by Ubani, Tijani, Ibrahim Sa’id and Olakunle Olusegun delayed the turn-around.
The introduction of Akinkunmi Amoo and Ibrahim Jabaar invigorated the Nigerian side, and in the 79th minute, defender Usman Ibrahim scored.
He was on the alert to head the ball into the net from a corner kick by Sa’id as goalkeeper Hegyi made a poor job of coming out to claim the ball.
Two minutes later, it was 3-2 after Jabaar’s dazzling run ended with a pullout from the left, which defender Oluwatimilehin Adeniyi headed past Hegyi even as Donat Orosz tried in vain to stop the contact.
Tijani made the scoreline safe for a hardworking Nigeria side in the 85th minute.
His angled free-kick from 23 yards out was deflected by the head of Botond Balogh to wrong-foot Hegyi.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that in the other match of the opening day, host nation Brazil pounded Canada 4-1 in Brasilia.
Nigeria will go up against Ecuador in their next match on Tuesday at the same venue.
Victory is certain to take the Eaglets to the Round of 16, ahead of their final Group B encounter with Australia

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