Tuesday, 1 June 2010

World Cup 2010

THE WORLD CUP if you haven noticed its fast approaching, lots media attention, lil bits i found on some of my fav ballers reminding us football capable of making positive changes not just eye candy (David Beckham...sigh ;-)

Chantelle Tagoe! fiancé of England player Emile Heskey, loved her on Wags Kids and World Cup dreams, never even heard of her before, but apparently she likes to keep a low profile, loved her approach and attitude, check out the show on bbc iplayer....copy and paste this link, she has her own blog 2


Stephen Appiah

if you are Ghanaian you definitely know him, if not Google him, very talented! Joins the likes of Gary Linekar, Queen Rania and David James to support GOAL: Education for all giving children access to an education! Amazing, the website is really good, check it out ....http://www.join1goal.org

Michael Essien

ok by this stage you would have guessed that I am supporting Ghana and England, this world cup! Fellow Ghana squad player, Michael Essien supported the victims of the earthquake in China earlier this year, and also has a key role to play (get it... to play ;-) in the kick Racism out of football campaign!

check out the kick racism out of football campaign! www.kickitout.org

Nwankwo Kanu


Respect where respect is due. After being diagnosed with a rare heart condition whilst playing in Italy earlier in his career, he has transformed lives all over Africa with his foundation which funds life changing operations for children, giving them a new lease of life. Check out www.kanufoundation.co.uk for more info!

meeting Queen Elizabeth.

Sulley Muntari

Last but not least, Sulley Muntari, he’s gone from Portsmouth to Inter Milan, and with his long term partner and manager Menaye Donkor, they continue to provide education, healthcare and opportunities for children in Ghana. Working with Menaye, founder of Menaye International School (soon to be Menaye academy) Sulley and Menaye are inspiring.

check out www.menaye.com


stay blessed x Teiko

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