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Nicolas Jackson childhood story – Biography

Nicolas Jackson childhood story – Biography

Here is a detailed childhood story of Chelsea new striker, Nicolas Jackson who is said to has the prowess and abilities of club legend, Didier Drogba.

Nicolas Jackson was born in Gambia before his before his parents (David and Lynette Jackson) relocated to Senegal when he was barely 4 months old.

While attending a local school in Ziguinchor, Senegal Nicolas and his elder brother, Christian Valentin developed interest in football before it went on to be his passion.

Family background

Nicolas Jackson ancestral background traces to Senegal, however he was born in Banjul, The Gambia and lived in Senegal. These makes him a dual citizen of both nations.

The Jackson family was not amongst the elite or rich but however they were stable enough to cater appropriately, feed and fund their family the best way they can.

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Nicolas and his siblings attended the local school in Ziguinchor, however it was football that caught the attention of the siblings. Nicolas has a special relationship with his mom and he doesn’t fail to show it at any given opportunity.

Educational Background

The primary knowledge of Nicolas Jackson educational background has not been revealed to anyone yet. We will be sure to update this article immediately we get any information regarding his education.

Journey to Football

Just like most footballers from Africa, Nicolas Jackson started his career from the street before he was scouted and moved across to Europe. His first ever football club is called ASC Tilene. He joined a more prominent football club in Gambia called Casa Sports where he took no time to become the team’s best player.

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He was scouted by Villareal and eventually signed in the 2019/2020 season where he joined the Villareal B team. He was sent on loan to Mirandes the following season. He spent one year with Mirandes before returning to make his debut with Villareal first team. He went on to score 12 in 35 appearances for the team.

Football writer at AllSoccer. Graduate of Computer Science from Kenule Beeson Saro-Wiwa Polytechnic. Dreamt of becoming a footballer, find self writing about football.

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