five-time champion of England in the “Manchester United” Patrice evra has told about life with 24 brothers and sisters. His words are on the team website.

“I had a difficult childhood, because I have a lot of brothers and sisters, and to live on the streets wasn’t easy. Sometimes even there was nothing to eat,” said evra. Footballer remembered as his brother worked in McDonalds, and he was panhandling at the entrance. He considered that the difficulties helped him to achieve success in your career.

evra added that he considers himself a victim. “I just want to motivate kids to never give up, whatever happens. If you believe that you will become someone, you’ll do it,” he concluded.

evra played for “Manchester United” from 2006 to 2014, was captain of the team. With the English club, the defender has five times won the national championship and once won the Champions League. After leaving Manchester United player played three seasons for Juventus and ended his career.