On the day of rest granted by Paulo Fonseca, Rome defender Chris Smalling took the opportunity to visit the St Stephen’s international school in Rome. Many topics were covered by the English stopper in front of an audience of about 300 students, telling what it means to be a professional athlete and how his vegan diet has helped improve his performance on the pitch. He also focused on his social projects, including the collaboration with the ONG Football Beyond Borders committed to helping disadvantaged young people in the United Kingdom.
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AS Rome and England football player Chris Smalling visited St Stephen's School to talk to students about how to improve his performance. He also spoke about his social projects, including his work for the UK-based NGO Football Beyond Borders. Tackling Inequality Smaller was greeted with an enthusiastic applause by nearly 300 students and had been invited to speak by the leaders of St Stephen's Student Club. Small to Rome last summer on loan from Premier League giants Manchester United. He was voted man-of-the match in Rome. students felt that he is a wonderful role model. #ststephensschoolrome #sssrome #asroma #chrissmalling @officialasroma @smalling
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