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SEVEN Footballers Who Don’t Drink Alcohol

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Alcohol taking as an exercise is common in almost every society as it is a major mode of “socialization”. The situation is also common among footballers around the world, but some have said a capital “NO” to alcohol. Down is short-listed some footballers who don’t drink alcohol.

  1. Javier Hernandez

When he joined Manchester United back in 2010, it was revealed that Hernandez never drinks even a drop of alcohol.

“Chicharito has his diet, he doesn’t eat just anything. He never drinks even a drop of alcohol. He doesn’t stay up late for any reason.” Javier’s grandfather Tomas Balcazar said.

  1. Gareth Bale
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The Welshman admitted that he never drinks alcohol because he doesn’t enjoy the taste.

”I just don’t like the drink, to be honest. It’s not the fact that I choose not to drink alcohol. I just don’t like the taste of it. I’ve obviously tasted it, but I just don’t like it so it doesn’t do anything for me to be honest. In a way, it probably helps me though.”

  1. Yaya Toure
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Ivorian footballer once turned down a bottle of champagne as a Man of the Match award due to his Islamic faith. “Sorry I don’t drink because I’m Muslim,” He said.

  1. Cristiano Ronaldo
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Ronaldo’s reason is more of a personal one. His father passed away after years of alcohol abuse, and that is the main factor he decided to avoid the bottle.

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