Ola Aina drops New Chapter verse as he bids Chelsea farewell

Ola Aina drops New Chapter verse as he bids Chelsea farewell

Ola Aina dropped verses in his latest instagram post bidding Chelsea and the fans farewell following his permanent move to Serie A side, Torino.

Aina, a Chelsea academy graduate spend 12 years at the club, but made just three senior team appearances and spent the most of his senior career out on loan.

 


On Thursday, the 22 year-old Nigeria international shared some thought provoking lines in his message tagged:

 

The start of a new chapter and accompanied with video montage chronicling his development through the years at the club.

 

The start of a new chapter.

Words can not express how I feel. Joining the club as a ten year old Ola was the best thing that happened to me combined with playing football for the team which I support was just amazing.

Now I’m 22, I look back on all the great times I’ve had from: training,going on tours every year and spending time with some amazing players I looked up too most of my life.

I’ve also had the pleasure of playing and training with some great players in the 1st team, but most importantly the players that I can call bros from the academy over the years.

My best highlights will always be the memories of growing up and becoming a man whilst also improving my craft with these players.

I want to say a big thank you to all the coaches / medical staff and more, that I’ve had through out my years at Chelsea. I am very grateful for constantly helping me out and taking an interest in me.

I would like to thank my first coach Joe Edwards for everything he’s helped me with over the years also; Micky Beale, ciril (got me using my left foot), Adi vivash (our farther figure) Andy Myers, Jody Morris Dermot Drummy and Antonio Conte (for all my appearances for Chelsea)

Lastly, a big thank you to Eddie Newton and the loan staff 👊🏾 12 years have gone so quick and I’m forever grateful to Chelsea FC – (my boyhood club) this place will forever be in my heart.

Until next time I wish this club all the success in the future, love you guys @chelseafc 💙 – Mr.Lulu

 

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The start of a new chapter. Words can not express how I feel. Joining the club as a ten year old Ola was the best thing that happened to me combined with playing football for the team which I support was just amazing. Now I’m 22, I look back on all the great times I’ve had from: training,going on tours every year and spending time with some amazing players I looked up too most of my life. I’ve also had the pleasure of playing and training with some great players in the 1st team, but most importantly the players that I can call bros from the academy over the years. My best highlights will always be the memories of growing up and becoming a man whilst also improving my craft with these players. I want to say a big thank you to all the coaches / medical staff and more, that I’ve had through out my years at Chelsea. I am very grateful for constantly helping me out and taking an interest in me. I would like to thank my first coach Joe Edwards for everything he’s helped me with over the years also; Micky Beale, ciril (got me using my left foot), Adi vivash (our farther figure) Andy Myers, Jody Morris Dermot Drummy and Antonio Conte (for all my appearances for Chelsea) Lastly, a big thank you to Eddie Newton and the loan staff 👊🏾 12 years have gone so quick and I’m forever grateful to Chelsea FC – (my boyhood club) this place will forever be in my heart. Until next time I wish this club all the success in the future, love you guys @chelseafc 💙 – Mr.Lulu • • • 🎶keep it moving – @anzmilliano • • @workbymischief

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