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Video: Wrestler Grado Gives Chelsea’s Billy Gilmour Hilarious 18th Birthday Gifts

Video: Wrestler Grado Gives Chelsea’s Billy Gilmour Hilarious 18th Birthday Gifts

Grado gave Billy Gilmour some hilarious presents for his 18th birthday.

The Scottish wrestler appears on the Football Daft Podcast alongside Ewan Cameron and they snagged a great guest this week by getting the Chelsea youngster and his dad on.

Gilmour actually celebrated his 18th birthday earlier this week and they couldn’t have him on the show without giving him some gifts.

And Grado produced the goods – getting a hilarious response from Cameron, Gilmour and his dad:

In case any Chelsea fans are watching this and not aware of what Buckfast is, it’s a tonic wine drink hugely popular in Scotland.

This is actually one of very few interviews Gilmour has given since moving from Rangers to Chelsea at 16.

He’s had two great seasons in the Stamford Bridge club’s youth academy and could find himself out on loan next season to get the first team football he needs.

If Gilmour does, then that could benefit Steve Clarke and the Scotland national team.

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