Alex Iwobi, Super Eagles and Arsenal striker was awarded the male winner of the Arsenal’s PFA Community Champion award for his sense of duty to the community amid the 2016-2017 season.
The achievement that requires great courage accomplished by Iwobi was reported on the Gunners official site of Arsenal, on Tuesday
As stated on Arsenal official website, Iwobi showed an immediate understanding for the importance of our community our work in his first full season with the first team.
The Nigerian striker for Premier League club Arsenal joined his colleagues in giving a day’s wages to The Arsenal Foundation last December and bolstered the Arsenal for Everyone matchday against Hull City – a game devoted to celebrating the differing qualities of the Arsenal family.
The Nigerian Striker, as an extra factor invested noteworthy time to visit various community projects last term, making trips to the Arsenal Hub, home of Arsenal in the Community and our Estate football program at Elthorne Park, close to Emirates Stadium.
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