Robbie Lyle of @AFTVMedia #AFTV & @TheRealFFS. This is my personal instagram page you can also see me on @ULTFootballFan VOTE For AFTV ⬇️
Enjoyable time in Naples. Nice historic city
Great interview today with @arsenal legend David Seaman. Down to earth, fun, charming, a Winner & a Legend. Video is on YouTube NOW!!!
Dropping some “pounds with some rounds” on the heavy bag. ‘Lets go Champ’ 🥊
Had a great convo with ex @wba manager Darren Moore yesterday at #RYG19 at The Emirates Stadium. A really great guy who for me was treated appallingly by West Brom. I hope he gets back into management ASAP. We need more talented black Managers like Darren in the game. Also big up @kickitout for hosting such a great event.
I’m at The Raise Your Game Event at The Emirates Stadium arranged by @kickitout. Proud to be a mentor here. Darren Moore the ex @WBA manager is on stage. #RYG19
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Really enjoyed the “It’s Ok not to be Ok” event hosted by @cesc.brown and @goals4girls. Some of the girls who spoke were truly inspirational. Well done
One word to describe Everton’s ground ‘Old Skool’ 😂 I love it though #charm
Today concluded the inquest into the death of my niece Rochelle Lyle and her baby daughter Imaani Lyle. The Coroner concluded that both deaths should not have happened. 28-year-old Rochelle Lyle was admitted to Luton & Dunstable Hospital with on-going headaches on March 20, 2017, and she was found in a state of cardiac arrest on March 25 after suffering a brain haemorrhage. As doctors rushed to resuscitate Rochelle her baby daughter Imaani was delivered at 26 weeks' gestation in an emergency caesarian in her mum's hospital room. However, baby Imaani had already sustained permanent brain injury after being deprived of oxygen while Rochelle was in cardiac arrest, despite the Luton & Dunstable Hospital having a 94% survival rate for babies born at 26 weeks. Rochelle died the following day after a transfer to the specialist team at Addenbrookes Hospital, while Imaani died in my brother Laurie’s arms on May 4, 2017. A postmortem found that Rochelle had suffered from a cavernoma - an