EXTRA TIME: Everton’s Gueye visits school of the blind

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Following the Toffees victory over Gor Mahia, the Senegal international stopped by in a local school for the blind to chill with the children

Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye took time out to visit children in a blind school in Tanzania, just as the English Premier League side enjoy their first pre-season tour in the east African nation.

The 27-year-old who was introduced as a second half substitute in the game against Kenyan outfit, Gor Mahia was pleased to have spent quality time with the kids in the special school.

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Gueye moved to Goodison Park from Aston Villa last summer, and scored a goal in 32 league games for the Ronald Koeman's men last season.

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