Chelsea Superstar Gary Cahill Auctions Jersey To Raise Funds To Complete Christian Atsu’s School In Ghana
Former Chelsea defender Gary Cahill is not only hero on the field but also outside the pitch. The English former professional footballer who played a center-back has made a move to campaign to raise money to fund the completion of a school that the late Christian Atsu was building in Ghana.
Earlier this month, Chelsea announced that the jerseys worn by the players in their game against Everton would be auctioned and the money used to fund Atsu’s school.
Cahill is a former England international with over 60 caps, and represented the nation in England tournament squads for the FIFA World Cups of 2014 and 2018, and the UEFA European Championship in 2012 and 2016, through he withdrew injured from the 2012 event.
Capped thrice by England under-20s, Cahill was one of a number of players in Stuart Pearce’s first squad as England U21 coach to receive their first U21 call-up, through he did not feature in the match, which was played on 6 February 2007, against Spain.