Adebayo Akinfenwa, “The beast”

Adebayo Akinfenwa, “The beast”
The Akinfenwa beast retreated in 2022. PHOTO: @daRealAkinfenwa

Adebayo Akinfenwa rose to fame in the summer of 2014 in a match played in defending the jersey of his team, the Wimbledon AFC against Chelsea of ​​the always striking Mourinho. England striker from Nigeria, he caught the attention of world football not because he scored a goal against the Portuguese team at the time coach 'blue', but because of his imposing figure and we are talking about a real beast of more than 100 kg. What made him one of the strongest soccer players in the world.

Adebayo Akinfewa, the beast

Born in 1982, Akinfenwa, has a long history in teams of second division of English football yet and despite having never featured in the top flight of English football, It is one of the most media players from England with many followers in social networks, own website and even a line of own clothes called “Beast Mode“. All this even though he has also scored more than 100 goals throughout a career that has taken him to more than a dozen teams.

Liverpool fan recognized, he scored a goal for them in the tie between the Anfield team and Wimblendon in February 2015. In addition to its golito and a few thousand followers had more than, Akinfenwa took a precious treasure, the shirt of Steven Gerrard, the eternal captain in his final season as a player for Liverpool. The Beast warned his fellow: “Gerrard T-shirt is mine and I take it from what I kill”. Of course his companions ignored. Seeing the beast as not to do.

Dedicated to the world of personal training and his clothing brand after his retirement

After brushing promotion to the Championship with the Wycombe Wanderers F. C. with whom he played between 2016 Y 2022, and retire with 40 years, Akinfenwa has turned to his clothing brand and the world of personal training in the gym, as can be seen on his social networks..

Alberto Llopis

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol


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