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Why I removed tattoos, Ross Barkley

Timothy Aiyeku

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Ross Barkley

Chelsea star player Ross Barkley has removed his tattoos in order to stop doing ‘stupid things’.

There is no doubt that Barkley is making frantic efforts to reinvent himself as a player and in personality.

It has been glaring for all to attest on the pitch knowing that the English lad has grown to become an important member of the Maurizio Sarri team.

Last game against United was the latest great thing the player has done having come from the bench to help his side secure a draw at the Stamford Bridge.

Barkley has attributed his success on the field as a footballer to the Italian manager, stating that the style of coaching now obtainable at the Stamford Bridge has helped him.

However, there is a need for the player to become a more special personality and have a better look; hence he decided to do away with his tattoos.

According to him, he had them on his arms when he was much younger without thinking about what it meant but he later saw the need to have them removed which he has rightly done.

Barkley noted that he had his first tattoo at the age of 14 and was not questioned about it but he no longer wants them again.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.