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SMALLING ST STEPHENS – Paulo Fonseca ha concesso un giorno di riposo ai suoi prima di tornare al lavoro per preparare la complicata sfida di campionato contro l’Inter. Chris Smalling ha approfittato dell’occasione per fare visita alla scuola internazionale St. Stephen’s di Roma. Il difensore ha raccontato agli studenti cosa significa essere un atleta professionista e come la sua dieta vegana ha contribuito a migliorare le sue prestazioni in campo. L’ex Manchester United ha anche parlato della sua collaborazione con l’associazione benefica Football Beyond Borders, impegnata ad aiutare giovani disagiati nel Regno Unito.

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AS Roma and England football player Chris Smalling visited St Stephen’s School today to talk to students in a special assembly about being a professional athlete, his plant-based vegan diet and how that has improved his performance. He also spoke about his social projects, including his work for the UK-based NGO Football Beyond Borders. Smalling 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, Tackling Inequality. Smalling came to Rome last summer on loan from Premier League giants Manchester United. He was voted man-of-the match in Roma’s last game with one goal and two assists, and has consistently been praised by the media as one of Europe’s best defenders this year.The St Stephen’s community was honored to have him as a guest and students felt that he is a wonderful role model. #ststephensschoolrome #sssrome #asroma #chrissmalling @officialasroma @smalling

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