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Cesar Azpilicueta returns home during offseason to hold a camp for kids

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Chelsea players are great at giving back to the community. Earlier this week we saw John Terry in China spending his time at the Chelsea/R+F programme. This time we focus on Cesar Azpilicueta, who for the third offseason in a row, has gone back to his hometown of Zizur Mayor to host a football camp for kids to attend.

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Not only does the camp offer a chance for the young ones to learn football skills from a Premier League talent like Azpilicueta, but they also get lessons in English skills, social media, other sports, and gymnastics.

For the Chelsea defender this is a chance to spend time with his family and to teach kids who are coming exactly where he came from. "For me it is a great experience because I try to teach them and I learn a lot too about what they feel about football," he said. "I love to do it in Navarra and spend time with my family too."

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