Chelsea's young right back defender James , is not only the one who plays foot ball in his family as he has his younger sister by the name Lauren James who plays for the rivalry team Manchester United Women club.
This makes both of the young lads ballers but not all the fans from Chelsea side are happy with decision Reece's sister took to play for Manchester United. This has made a number of Chelsea fans urging Lauren to leave Man U and come play for Chelsea's women club.
Lauren, who plays as a forward for Manchester United ladies side is said to have started her career since being in the academy for Manchester United. This is a decision that is said to have bee made by their father where he took Reece at Chelsea academy and her sister to Manchester as both of the lads were born in England.
In fact the young stars becomes the first brother and sister to represent England's senior football teams as this becomes a family affair. However, the players themselves are not happy with their clubs fans because both of the have recently been part of racial abuses from the fans. This even made Reece delete his Instagram account.
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