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Miracle in Synagogue: Manchester United star, Angel Gomes downplays healing video in Nigeria church

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Miracle At Synagogue: Manchester United star, Angel Gomes downplays healing video in Nigeria church

 

Manchester United youngster Angel Gomes breaks silence on a purported video of him being spread across social media of where he was in a popular Nigerian church,Synagogue Church of All Nations(SCOAN) in Lagos receiving miraculous healing from injury struggles at the club.

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Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) is founded and owned by popular cleric, Temitope Joshua.

Angel Gomes says the video was taken in 2016 when he accompanied his Christian parents to the church as a teenager.

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“Regarding the video that has come out from 2016.

I am from a Christian family at the time my mum was a fan of the pastor, and she really wanted me to go.

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I was going through some issues. From the outside looking in it looks crazy, but I was just practicing my faith” says Gomes.

Addressing the issue further, “I didn’t really need to explain myself but a lot of people wer asking me what the video was about.

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I was young at the time and if my parents thought something was best for Me I would do it. There are far more important issues out there in the world we can tackle” he reiterated.

Angel Gomes charges his fans and supporters to put their voices behind the calm for UK government to provide a free meals for pupils in schools.

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The 19-year-old attacker future is hanging in the air at Old Trafford with his current deal about to end and an agreement for an extension is yet to be reached.

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Manchester United is Gomes boyhood club as he joined them in 2006 at the age of 6 years.

He made his first-team debut for Manchester United in 2017 at the age of 16 and some months.

Gomes has a paltry 5 appearances to his belt since he made his debut for the Red Devils in 2017.

The English international is struggling for playing time at Old Trafford and that is unlikely to change soon.

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Manchester United is likely to let Gomes go on a free transfer this summer when the league ends.

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