Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Chelsea Women goalkeeper Carly Telford have answered some questions in Chelsea Foundation’s virtual classroom sessions.
While many kids are staying at home during the global pandemic, some children of key workers including the National Health Service staff in the United Kingdom are still going to school.
They are learning in a safe environment while their parents are in the front line to help those affected by the coronavirus.
The Chelsea Foundation gave the kids a surprise as Loftus-Cheek and Telford joined them virtually from their home.
The children were tasked to come up with questions for the Chelsea stars as if they were in a press conference.
And they came up with some interesting questions!
When asked to pick between winning the Champions League with Chelsea or he World Cup with England, Loftus Cheek said: “For the Champions League you get a chance every year and the World Cup is considered the best thing to win, so I’d say that.”
The best question, however, was “who has the smelliest feet at Chelsea?”
The England international said: “I’m not sure, I don’t really go around smelling the boys’ feet.
“I’d say Fikayo Tomori because he sits next to me.”
On his favourite game beside football, he said: “Last year I went to Wimbledon which is the tournament in England and that was my first time, so I like watching tennis.”
'Would you sit in a bath of tarantulas?' 😂Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Carly Telford joined one of the Chelsea Foundation's virtual classroom sessions that are currently being run to engage children of key workers from the NHS and other vital services!
Posted by Chelsea Football Club on Tuesday, 14 April 2020