Chelsea young defender, Ola Aina has donated all his old football boots and kits to children in ...
Chelsea young defender, Ola Aina has donated all his old football boots and kits to children in Nigeria.
The young Nigerian defender has a sponsorship deal with adidas which gives him access to a lot of boots and kits.
Instead of throwing away old stuffs, the Nigerian defender revealed on his Instagram that he is sending them to Nigeria to help children who can’t afford to buy them.
"All my old boots, balls and kits being shipped off to the motherland (Lagos Nigeria) this morning to the less fortunate #giveback #2nddrop #nigeria,” he wrote on Instagram.
All to "leko" Lagos Nigeria 🙌🏼😁💪🏾 pic.twitter.com/X0fJ7LraQ5— olaoluwa aina (@Aina2Ola) February 17, 2016
Now aged 19, Temitayo Olufisayo Olaoluwa Aina has been at Chelsea since he was 11, progressing through the club's youth sides while working his way up the ranks with England, too.
He was born in Southwark, south London and has captained England country at Under 19 level as well as playing in two successive FA Youth Cup winning sides.
A pacey option at right back, Aina can also play in the centre of defence, on the left, or in a more advanced position on the right wing.