- Carl Ikeme has visited the GSM charity in Wolves with some food donation
- The charity organization took to social media to confirm this latest development
- Ikeme retired from football last two years after recovering from leukemia
Former Nigerian goalkeeper Carl Ikeme has donated food and other materials to homeless people who have been affected by the outbreak of coronavirus in Wolverhampton.
England is not the only country hit with Covid-19, as many nations in the world are still battling to cope with the rigors and troubles the virus has brought.
GSM Wolves is a charity organisation registered with the aim of providing support and assistance to homeless and vulnerable people in Wolverhampton.
They however took to social media to thank Carl Ikeme for his visit and for what he donated to the organisation.
''Great to welcome former Wolves goalie Carl Ikeme to the Good Shepherd today.
''Carl has been a regular supporter of ours for many years both during and after his career and has donated a variety of food for us to pass on to those accessing our service. Thank you Carl,'' GSM explained.
Carl Ikeme walked his way into the Super Eagles in 2015 under former coach Sunday Oliseh and was tipped as a good replacement for Vincent Enyeama.
During the 2018 World Cup qualifiers, Carl Ikeme made three appearances for the Super Eagles but was unable to travel with the team for the championship in Russia.
He was diagnosed with Leukemia and this forced him to announce his retirement two years ago which made many unhappy because of how good he was.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how English side Wigan Athletic confirmed that Nigerian defender Leon Balogun has completed a permanent short-time transfer move to their side from EPL club Brighton.
Balogun found it hard to break into Brighton's first team which made the club send him out on loan to the Championship where he can find his rhythm.
Wigan explained on their official website that Balogun has joined them until the end of the 2019/20 season in the second division.
He joined Wigan in January and has so far played eight games for the side in their campaign in the second flight of English football.
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