Ten years later, the ball boy kicked by Hazard has become one of the richest youngsters in the UK

Charlie Morgan is one of the 35 richest young people under the age of 35 in the UK today. This precocious billionaire owns a successful vodka brand and has more money in his coffers than footballers like Harry Kane. However, more than his work, Charlie is known for It only happened 10 years ago with Eden Hazard as hero. It’s the same boy the Belgian kicked at the Swansea-Chelsea game when he was a ball boy.

All this happened in 2013 in the League Cup semi-final match. Charlie, son of Welsh club manager Martin Morgan, was one of those responsible for playing the ball boy in the historic match. Swansea defended a 0-2 win at Stamford Bridge and were one step away from the final. He made clear on Twitter his intentions:The King of Ball boys are back in the waste of time show“.

In the 78th minute with the score at 0-0 and Chelsea in a rush to come back, the ball went off the side where Charlie Morgan was. Instead of returning it, he kept it in his possession and lay on the ball to prevent Hazard from being able to serve quickly, and the Belgian in the tension of the moment ended up kicking him in the ribs to get him to free the skin.. The action ended with Eden being sent off and Swansea winning 5–0 in the final over Bradford.

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Three years later, Charlie begins his career in show business. Together with a colleague, he created an exclusive brand of vodka with which he also gained access to a fortune of £55 million: Sparkling golden bottles of AU Vodka are a staple in many bars and clubs, but ten years ago 27-year-old Morgan was best known for being the 17-year-old footballer who kicked in the ribs Chelsea footballer Eden Hazard. Swansea City leaders on the scoreboard Morgan appeared to lie on the ball trying to stop the Belgian star from bringing it back into play Hazard assaulted him and was sent off Morgan was determined the incident would not define his life Three years later the hotel owner’s son launched a vodka brand with his friend in The school is Jackson Queen. AUC sales rose to £43.9m in 2021-22“, It is the text with which the Times announced the boy who went from being a football player to rubbing shoulders with soccer players.

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