- Pedro Rodriguez is a Spanish footballer currently playing for Roma
- The 33-year-old has labeled men who hit women as cowards
- Rodriguez won the Premier League title with Chelsea before leaving the Blues
Chelsea and Barcelona legend Pedro Rodriguez has urged all the men in the world to be treating women with cares and they should never think of hitting them regardless the situation.
The 33-year-old who is now playing for Italian giants Roma made this known while speaking on a video he posted on his official Instagram page.
Pedro who is known for his superb skills on the pitch explained that all men should learn how to control their anger when dealing with women.
He added that men who hit women are cowards urging those involved to desist from such acts going forward.
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Since joining Roma before the start of the ongoing League season in Europe, Pedro has played eight games so far for the Italian side netting three goals.
Before leaving Chelsea, Pedro played 137 games for the Blues netting 29 goals winning the Premier League title, English FA Cup and the Europa League crown.
At Barcelona, Pedro won the Spanish La Liga title fives times and also the UEFA Champions League three times.
He is among the most successful footballers in the world considering the fact that Pedro also won the FIFA World Cup with Spain in 2010.
Meanwhile, Roma are currently occupying third position on the Italian Serie A title with 17 points after eight games played so far.
AC Milan are the ones currently topping the Italian League table with 20 points after eight games.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Olivier Giroud who plays as a striker for Premier League giants Chelsea admitted that he is ready to leave the Stamford Bridge landlords due to lack of active playing time.
So far this season in the English topflight, Olivier Giroud has not started a match for Chelsea and the striker has now expressed frustration.
Before the start of the ongoing season in England, Olivier Giroud almost left Chelsea with Tottenham and Crystal Palace said to be interested in the Frenchman.
However, Chelsea gaffer Frank Lampard was able to convince Olivier Giroud to remain at Stamford Bridge.
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