Reece James has medals stolen in housebreaking


Chelsea right-back Reece James has revealed {that a} secure containing his medal within the Champions League winner was stolen in a housebreaking at his house on Tuesday evening.

The 21-year-old has had excellent months on the pitch, profitable each the Champions League and the Super Cup with Chelsea and including a second medal for England’s race to the European Championship 2020 remaining.

Unfortunately, James took to Instagram to disclose that every one three had been stolen by burglars whereas taking part in at Stamford Bridge in Tuesday’s 1-0 win over Zenit St Petersburg.

“On the evening of September 14, 2021, when I was playing for my club when the Champions League returned, a group of cowardly robbers [burglars] “broke into my home,” he said. They collectively managed to lift a heavy safe with some personal items in my car in the car.

“I by no means hold any of my jewelery in my home so all that was within the secure have been my Champions League profitable medals and Supercup medals and the second for the European Championship 2020. These medals received representing Chelsea and England – honors that may by no means be taken away from me regardless whether or not I even have bodily medals or not.

“Still, I appeal to all my Chelsea and England fans to help identify and submit these low-life individuals who will never be able to take it easy as the evidence rises against them. The police, my advisers and Chelsea FC (and many others) are lying. everyone behind me because we have solid clues as to who the perpetrators are, we’re holding on to them.

“Fortunately, nobody was current throughout the housebreaking, however I need to let everybody know that I’m fantastic. I actually admire having the platform to inform all about my accident and I hope we are able to catch these people collectively and get justice the place acceptable. “

James had a solid performance to the right in Chelsea’s midfield during the Zenit game, which was won with the permission of a header from star man Romelu Lukaku halfway through the second half.

The end result leaves Chelsea second in Group H, behind leaders Juventus on objective distinction after the Serie A group beat Malmö 3-0.

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