Famous Footballers Who Have Been Victims of Crime
Paul Pogba, a famous midfielder for Manchester United, is one of many footballers who have had their home broken into whilst playing professional football.
Mr Pogba said that the burglary was one of his worst nightmares, it occurred whilst his children were asleep at home.
Pogba said that he found out he had been broken into just minutes after the match. He tweeted: “The burglars were in our home for less than five minutes but in that time they took from us something more valuable than anything we had in our home … our sense of safety and security.”
He added: “This occurred during the final minutes of last night’s match when they knew that we would not be home. My wife and I rushed home not knowing if our children were safe and unharmed.
“As a father there is no feeling worse in this world than not being there to protect your children and I sincerely hope that no one ever has to feel what I felt last night.”
Pogba also offered a reward to “anyone who has a clue to help us”.
Victor Lindelöf, a United teammate of Pogba's, has also experienced a break-in at his home which he rightly said was "very traumatic". When the Victor was away in London, his house was broken into, forcing his wife to lock themselves and their two kids in a room.
Sadio Mané, a striker for Liverpool was yet another player who had his home broken into when playing a match in the champions league.
Other players who have fell victim to burglary and robbery whilst playing football are Steven Gerrard. Gerrard's wife, confronted the gang of burglars after they threatened to "kidnap her kids" unless she turned over jewellery and the contents of a safe.
The Security Risk of Routine
It is a sad fact that home invasions involving Premier League football stars are happening every year and becoming more and more regular. Unfortunately having their homes protected by security guards is one of the only things Footballers can do to deter and prevent criminal gangs who routinely stalk footballers and key an eye out to see if anyone is at their home during a game. As they then know they have several hours to break in and steal the assets that are frequently displayed on social media.
World Cups and major football tournaments such as the Euro's, Champions League, FA Cup, Premier League fixtures give criminal organisations a good measure of when a home filled with valuable assets will be deserted and potentially unprotected.
A professional football player will naturally want their family to be at their game. Unfortunately, this is how the criminal groups that target the residences of top football league sportsmen operate.
Layered Security Strategy For Your Home
Even while the homeowner is abroad, a multi-layered security strategy can enable them or their head of security to remotely manage access to your property.
A multi-layered security strategy can aid with physical deterrents like CCTV cameras strategically placed to defend your home's entrance while also informing the authorities of any suspicious activity inside the property's perimeter.
We detail how layers of security may safeguard your high-value residences.
We at Fahrenheit Security are aware of the individuality of each of our clients' properties. To assist you identify the vulnerabilities in your current home security system and provide you with customised security solutions that effectively safeguard your house, we provide a free security review.
Criminal gangs are experts at getting into houses, and they may be able to get around your current security system by disconnecting the electricity and using other cunning methods. We at Fahrenheit are security specialists, and we will provide multilayer security solutions to meet your unique needs and keep your family safe during power outages.
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