Everton midfielder Dele Alli Come out to reveal the story of his childhood that included sexual harassment, drug dealing and being suspended from a bridge. Before becoming a famous football player like today
Dele Alli has provided heartbreaking details about his traumatic childhoodv in an interview with Gary Neville, with the Everton midfielder on loan at Besiktas last season. However, there are traumas from the 27-year-old’s childhood and he has opened up about many shocking and painful moments as a child.
“It’s something I haven’t talked about much. But there are some incidents that can give you a glimpse of it,” Allie told Neville about his early life on The Overlap . My mother was an alcoholic.” “Then I was sent to Africa to learn discipline. Then I was sent back. At seven years old I started smoking. At eight I started dealing drugs, selling drugs. One old man told me they wouldn’t stop kids riding bikes. So I rode around With football and hidden drugs ′′ When I was 11 years old, I was hanged on a bridge by the man next door. When I was 12, I was adopted. And after that… I was adopted by an amazing family. I couldn’t have asked for someone better for what they did for me.”
Alli’s life takes a dramatic turn when he plays for MK Dons. four years later And he credits his adoptive parents for their incredible influence. “If God created man that is them They are amazing. And they helped me a lot,” he says. It’s really hard for me to open up to them. I feel in my heart that it’s easy for them to get rid of me. So I try to be the best kid for them. I’ve been with them since I was 12 years old, started playing in the first team professionally at 16 and it started from there ยูฟ่าเบท.
Alli hopes that sharing what he has experienced will help others and encourage people to change their lives if needed. “People don’t have to be afraid of change,” he says. “Change is always difficult. When something is uncomfortable and difficult, you feel fear. you will have fear. But when you have that feeling. That’s when you need to jump in and do it.” “On the other side of fear and change. There are always good things I hope my talk about my experience will be helpful to them.”
Following the revelation, former Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino posted a message of support to Alli. his former teammates. The 51-year-old, who has previously been praised for his man-management skills, posted on Instagram a picture of the pair together at Spurs. with blue heart emoji Then another picture of him appeared in an Instagram story. It was pictured as he pointed to a poster of the Everton midfielder with a big blue heart emoji. Both of them have a strong relationship with each other. And Alli praised his former coach during the interview. He also explained that he almost retired while joining Jose Mourinho, who succeeded Pochettino as Spurs boss.