Former Manchester City forward, Edin Dzeko just clocked 35 years today and in a bid to celebrate his birthday, I would be sharing what happened during his childhood that almost claimed his life if not for the divine assisted intervention of his mum.The former Manchester City striker, who is currently playing for Italian side, AS Roma once shared a story of how his mother helped saved his life.While narrating how his mum helped saved his live many years ago, the Bosnian wrote;
"My mother saved my life when i was a child. She did not let me go and play football with my friends in Bosnia. A few minutes latter, a bomb exploded in the spot and killed my friends. I didn't have a childhood because of war but all that made me stronger"Edin Dzeko is a Bosnian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Italian side, As Roma and the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team of which he is the captain. Dzeko was named Bosnia and Herzegovina footballer of the year for three years in a row.Happy birthday Dzeko, big 35 for you.
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