Chelsea is one of the best teams in England and currently the defending Champions of the Champions League tornament. One of the popular names we can easily call Chelsea as a team is 'the blues'. This afternoon, Kelvin Taylor boldly confirmed the sad news that hits Chelsea Defender Reece James. From the news which was posted by Kelvin Taylor on his official Facebook page, confirmed that armed Robbers broke into the house of Reece James and stole his items.
Some of the Precious or valuable items that the armed Robbers made away with include his Champions League Medal 🥇 and also his Europa super cup medal. Therefore, Chelsea Start is appealing to the public to help him to find his valuable items.
The case is suspected to have occurred when the Renowned footballer joined his team to play thier first football game of this season Champions League of which they secured a win with only a gold. The footballers must be given the necessary protection and security both at camp and at their family homes.
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