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All news /  2015-05-28 12:28:16 / 

Christian Roberts

Date / 2015-05-28 12:28:16

Ex-Cardiff City star Christian Roberts declares that he is performing all he can assist earlier bad boy Leon Jeanne of Bluebirds turn their life around after their drug dealing embarrassment. Jeanne comes again in Cardiff after supplying a 30-month verdict for plotting to bring numbers of pounds value of heroin, cannabis and cocaine, into Gloucestershire from London, Birmingham and Cardiff.

Enduring pal Roberts, 35, a getting better drink and addict of gambling, desires to see Jeanne use their mistakes to assist and keep young sports performers on the narrow and straight.

Roberts, a fervent adviser of youngsters throughout Sky Sports, declares that they would love them to search the world of providing back in the most suitable manner.

Companies to use Leon to assist the future age groups. There are chances where Leon can advantage people – young people coming throughout now, the next trainees, your adolescent pros.

In his memoirs, Life is a Game of Inches, Roberts explained Jeanne as the “incredible talent” and “by far the very promising performer in Cardiff and in the entire honesty possibly Wales, in case not the UK”.

Having functioned alongside Jeanne at former England striker, QPR Peter Crouch explained the under-21 one-time Wales worldwide as “the very experienced player they have ever performed with.

Roberts and their mentoring role are now a worker of railway, describes even in their middle 30s middle fielder Jeanne harbours expectations of a come back to football.

He explained that one important thing regarding Leon is he not at all gives up the reverie of enjoying football. Football for him is his life – it is what he is branded as. You talk about Leon and the game of football is the next remark that will come into your brain. But the career of Jeanne has been destroyed by off-the-field troubles.