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Wolves star shows his skills on #5

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Wolves midfielder Adlène Guedioura has shown off his skills as part of Rio Ferdinand's #5 Magazine.

The regular players' lounge features gives footballers the opportunity to showcase some of their tricks alongside champion freestyler Jeremy Lynch.

In the latest instalment of #5, Algerian international Guedioura follows in the footsteps of Luis Nani, Salomon Kalou and Robinho by featuring in the video.

Additionally, the former Charleroi star discusses his immediate future at Molineux, as well as his recently created website which was set up to answer fan e-mails and bring the player closer to his supporters.

Watch the video here: www.5mag.co/issue07/

The seventh issue of Rio Ferdinand's #5 Magazine also includes an interview with Nicki Minaj, as well as the Manchester United defender meeting Canadian rap star Drake.

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