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Raheem Sterling’s signature and face adorns new Lucozade ‘Always Believe’ drink

PUBLISHED: 10:52 08 September 2020 | UPDATED: 14:41 08 September 2020

England footballer Raheem Sterling features on new cherry flavoured Lucozade bottles. Picture: Sam Beecham.

England footballer Raheem Sterling features on new cherry flavoured Lucozade bottles. Picture: Sam Beecham.

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Neasden’s Raheem Sterling has called upon people to “have faith” as he becomes the first male footballer to appear on a Lucozade sport’s bottle.

England footballer, Raheem Sterling, has teamed up with Lucozade Sport to launch its latest drink Cherry Kick. Picture: Sam BeechamEngland footballer, Raheem Sterling, has teamed up with Lucozade Sport to launch its latest drink Cherry Kick. Picture: Sam Beecham

The England player has teamed up with Lucozade Sport to launch its latest drink – Cherry Kick – which aims to inspire millions of people with an ‘Always Believe’ slogan featured on every bottle.

Raheem, who grew up on St Raphael’s Estate in Neasden, said: “Teaming up with Lucozade Sport, which has such a strong heritage in English football having worked with so many iconic players, is a brilliant moment for me.

“The drinks have always supported me throughout my career so to have my own Cherry Kick flavour with my face on the bottle feels surreal!

“Hopefully the message on the bottle – Always Believe – will inspire not just footballers but everyone to have faith in whatever journey they are on and achieve their personal goals.”

Raheem Sterling is the first male footballer to appear on a Lucozade Sport bottle,Picture: Sam BeechamRaheem Sterling is the first male footballer to appear on a Lucozade Sport bottle,Picture: Sam Beecham

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