Premier League: Dele Alli’s mum ‘breaks up’ interview with her son: ‘It’s a blatant lie’

ha few days ago Give it there He was the great protagonist of England. Not because of his performance on the field, but because My interview with Gary Neville where I confirm it He had a difficult childhood and this affected his career. The England international commented that at the age of eight he had suffered sexual abuse and drug trafficking. They also touched on other topics from their difficult childhood, such as Mother’s drinking problems

The mother denies everything

Given these serious statements, the footballer’s mother said, giving an interview to the French media OJBSPORT He wanted to deny it:It was said that I suffer from alcoholism And that she dumped him because she couldn’t take care of him, but that’s a lie. I wanted to give him the chance to fulfill his dream, but he was still my son and I was there for him whenever he needed me.” . Dele Alli also commented that he was adoptedsomething his mother also categorically denied: Dele has never been adopted by anyone. At the age of seven he attended one of the best schools in Lagos. He was not sent to Africa to be disciplined. It’s an outrageous lie. He had a driver pick him up every day from school. We have all the documents and photos of Dale with his father from when he was born as a baby. They brainwashed him.”

He always wanted the best for his son.

His family has always supported him to achieve his dreams.. When he was 13 years old, Dealey started training at MK Dons five days a week. So, to get comfortable, he started staying at his best friend’s house during the week, and then coming home on the weekends. It was difficult to let him live away from homeBut we didn’t have a car and it was difficult for me to take him to training,” his mother commented

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