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I Masturbate 7 Times A Day In Preparation For Deontay Wilder Rematch – Tyson Fury Reveals

Tyson Fury has revealed that he is masturbating in preparation for his big fight with Deontay Wilder next month. The boxer spoke about this at their press conference on Tuesday, saying that that he’s also training by masturbating seven times a day. he said this with a smile on his face and explained that the... Continue Reading →

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Nigeria Battles Others For Tokyo Slots In Portugal

Nigeria as the only African country will be making another attempt at qualifying for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games as the West African nation battles 33 others in the men and 29 teams in the women’s categories at the 2020 World Team Olympic Qualifying tournament holding in Gondomar, Portugal from January 22 to 26. From... Continue Reading →

NFF should renew Rohr’s contract – Dosu

Ex-International goalkeeper, Dosu Joseph, says  Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr has done a fantastic job with the national team, as he urged the Nigeria Football Federation to renew the contract. Dosu, a member of Nigeria’s Atalanta 96 Olympic football team believes that since the coach has been able to take the Super Eagles to Russia... Continue Reading →

Rodgers Backs Leicester ‘Resilience’ Against Liverpool

Brendan Rodgers has insisted Leicester’s recent loss to Premier League champions Manchester City was just a “bump in the road” as they prepare for the visit of leaders Liverpool. Second-placed Leicester is 10 points adrift of Liverpool following a 3-1 defeat by City — their first loss since October Punch NG reports. Liverpool, bidding for... Continue Reading →

Mourinho Confirms Tottenham Will Appeal Against Son’s Red Card

Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho said Son Heung-min had suffered enough as he confirmed the club would appeal against the red card the South Korean received against Chelsea. Son was dismissed in the second half of Spurs’ 2-0 loss at home to their London rivals on Sunday after the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) deemed he... Continue Reading →

Lampard Seeks To Outwit Mourinho As Leicester Face Man City

Frank Lampard will lock horns with former boss Jose Mourinho in a Premier League London derby this weekend as second-placed Leicester seek to take advantage of Liverpool’s absence at Manchester City The Express Tribune reports. Elsewhere, out-of-form Arsenal travel to Everton and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer takes his Manchester United side to bottom club, Watford. League... Continue Reading →

Football Is Sinking Under Pinnick –Taribo

Ex-international, Taribo West, says Nigeria football is sinking beyond recognition under the reign of Nigeria Football Federation President, Amaju Pinnick. The former Inter and AC Milan defender also expressed his disappointment with the way football is being handled in the country also stating that corruption has become the order of the day BNS Sports reports. Taribo... Continue Reading →

FIFA Bans Former Panama Federation President For Life

Ariel Alvarado, a Panamanian who was a member of FIFA’s ethics committee, has been banned from football for life, the governing body announced on Thursday. FIFA’s adjudicatory chamber said in a statement Alvarado was “guilty of bribery in violation of the FIFA Code of Ethics.” Daily Trust reports. The charges stem from the sale of... Continue Reading →

Arteta Lacks “Top Job Experience”, Wenger Warns Arsenal

Spaniard Mikel Arteta, in talks to be the next Arsenal coach, has “no experience” as a manager and will need help, former Gunners manager Arsene Wenger said on Wednesday NEW TELEGRAPH reports. Former Arsenal captain Arteta, the assistant to Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, is the leading candidate to succeed in Unai Emery at the... Continue Reading →

Fans Attack Ibrahimovic Statue In Malmo

Swedish police have stepped in to protect Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s statue from collapsing after fans attempted to saw off the feet as well as placing a rope around the neck. The Swedish star had the bronze sculpture erected in Malmo, where he began his illustrious career, is a tribute to his impact on Swedish football. The... Continue Reading →

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