The boy from the streets growing up with the Toon: Kenedy exclusively tells Sportsmail about loving Newcastle's crazy fans, seeing snow for the first time, his tattoos and Mourinho's nickname for him



Kenedy is in the shadow of David Luiz as they bounce into a Mayfair restaurant where fellow Brazilian Willian embraces them with a hug. For Kenedy, a boy who left his favela aged nine and grew up on the streets and beaches of Rio de Janeiro, the surrounds of London’s most gilded neighbourhood feels a long way from home.
With Luiz, though, he is comfortable. ‘I am like a big brother to him,’ says the Chelsea defender of his club-mate, who is currently lighting up the Premier League on loan at Newcastle.
Kenedy has taken the train to the capital to catch up with his friends and see this new... read more

 
19 April 2018 in Sport, Views: 43
Source: Daily Mail
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