[UPDATED] Top footballers who don’t take alcohol

[UPDATED] Top footballers who don’t take alcohol

Alcohol use is a common practice in practically every community as a means of sociability. Consumption of hard cocktails is a long-standing tradition that stretches back generations. However, drinking this alcoholic beverage has never been a necessity for everyone, and after witnessing how many football careers have been ruined as a result of it, a number of athletes have chosen to abstain.

In light of this, take a look at some of the best players who are said to abstain from alcohol.

1: Paul Pogba.

Pogba stated on Twitter in 2017 that he does not drink alcohol, which explains why during his interview at the 2020 UEFA Euro, he had to move a bottle of Heneiken away from the camera.

2: Cristiano Ronaldo.

Because of his continuous time in the gym and the food choices he makes to keep his body, the Manchester United talisman appears to have led a health-conscious life. On the other hand, his refusal to drink alcoholic beverages stems from a personal experience.

As previously stated, Ronaldo’s father died of alcoholism, and he had to make a bargain with his older brother Hugo before he was eventually able to break free from the addiction. As a result, the 37-year-old was determined not to eat any of the counterproductive beverages that have enabled him in his ascension to the status of a haughty sports celebrity.

3: Sadio Mane.

Mane told the Daily Mail in 2016 that he was “quite happy” with his new job. I’m not a big drinker, and my faith is very important to me. I Always Pray Five Times A Day And Respect The Islamic Laws. ” Mane is a devout Muslim, and one of his religious prohibitions is the consumption of alcoholic beverages.

4. Mohamed Salah.

The Egyptian, like Mane, is a devout Muslim who follows Islamic law to the letter. Salah is aware of the need for proper nutrition, and he claimed in a December interview that he does not consider or desire to try alcohol.

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