When Chelsea were forced to BAN Burger Van from SELLING to Eden Hazard

Hazard won 2 Premier League titles at Chelsea.


When Chelsea were forced to BAN Burger Van from SELLING to Eden Hazard

Eden Hazard. (Via Goal.com & Sky Sports)

Eden Hazard announced his retirement from professional Football earlier this week. The 32-year-old had a brilliant career, even though the later stages remain a black mark. His transfer to Real Madrid was labeled a “dream move” by the player himself. However, injuries hurt his career and saw him quickly fall out of favor in the squad. Subsequently, he only made 76 appearances, scoring just 7 goals.

Questions were made regarding his fitness. Recently, a story regarding his fitness has surfaced during his time at Chelsea. It is understood that ‘the Blues’ went out of their way to manage Hazard’s lifestyle. Gradually, poor eating habits and lifestyle choices started to impact his form at Chelsea.

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Subsequently, the club was forced to ask a store owner not to sell a particular item to Hazard. This was revealed by Matt Law on the London is Blue podcast. He claimed that the club asked a Burger Van owner not to sell to the player.

The player has yet to confirm the story from his side. However, Chelsea have never denied the story. Hazard announced his retirement on the 10th of October.

Related: “The last pure entertainer in football”- Fans show RESPECT to Eden Hazard as he announces his retirement at 32

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Premier League coach backs Eden Hazard for ‘comeback’ days after announcing retirement

The Internet is deploring the retirement of former Chelsea star Eden Hazard. However, days after his retirement, a Premier League coach has called for his return. Kevin Nolan, a coach at West Ham United said that he’s more than willing to have Hazard at the club. “If he wanted to come and trial, I’d be more than willing to,” said Nolan.

Eden Hazard for Chelsea in the Premier League.
Eden Hazard for Chelsea in the Premier League. (Via Goal.com)

He praised Hazard for being part of one of the best years and best goals in the League. Nolan said that a “player of his caliber” shouldn’t be hanging up his boots at 32. He also said he “wouldn’t be surprised” if the player decided to track back on his decision and make a comeback. Nolan also cited the example of Paul Scholes‘ return on the request of Sir Alex Ferguson.

Hazard was one of the best dribblers in the Prem. He has an impressive 110 goals to his name at Chelsea. He also led his side to two Premier League titles and two Europa Leagues during his time. His heartfelt message on social media has gone viral. His ‘early’ retirement comes as sad news to players, fans, and coaches alike.

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