A Family United but Heading in Different Directions
Tongue, Steve, The Independent on Sunday (London, England)
Eniola Aluko plays for England while sibling Sone represents Nigeria, but big sister was still on hand to help her little brother get out of Glasgow, writes Steve Tongue
They are the highest-profile brother-and-sister combination in British football - possibly in the world - and now, approaching their respective peaks, both are reaching out for the biggest prizes.
As befits the senior sibling, Eniola Aluko, 25, has the longer list of credits thus far: two women's FA Cups (scoring the winning goal in one of them), runner-up in the United States Women's Pro League, more than 60 caps for England and an Olympic quarter-final for Great Britain. Little brother Sone, 23 …
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