Ex-Premier League striker Dion Dublin releases charity Christmas album | inside World Soccer

Former Manchester United and Aston Villa striker Dion Dublin has released a Christmas album in aid of charity.

Dublin is no stranger to making music, having already taken up the saxophone while recovering from a broken leg in 1992.

He invented and patented his own instrument known as The Dube, a cube-shaped percussion instrument, in 2011.

The 45-year-old manages a Nottingham-based band named The Establishment, and appeared on stage with the likes of Ocean Colour Scene.

And the footballer-turned-TV pundit has now produced an album consisting of his favourite Christmas tunes.

The album is available on iTunes and could be yours for just £5.99, with £1 from each sale goes to the Bobby Moore Fund and Cancer Research UK.


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