Nigeria must not die!

British named them Burma. They rejected it, restructured & renamed themselves Myanmar. -British named them Upper Volta, but they rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Burkina Faso - Land of Incorruptible People. -British named them Gold Coast, they rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Ghana. -British named them Southern Rhodesia. They rejected it, restructured and … Continue reading Nigeria must not die!

China to probe COVID-19 outbreak in Guangzhou

Chinese investigators have set up a task force to investigate possible dereliction of duty among Guangzhou officials over the ongoing outbreak of the coronavirus. People wearing face masks in China A task force of municipal and provincial Communist Party disciplinary officials have been set up, South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported, citing a report in … Continue reading China to probe COVID-19 outbreak in Guangzhou

Why Boris will delay June 21 lockdown

BORIS Johnson is set to delay lockdown lifting “freedom day” to July 19 after cases of the mutant Indian strain exploded by 240 per cent in just a week, The Sun can reveal. Boris Johnson Under plans drawn up to be announced on Monday, a two-week review will be included meaning Covid restrictions could be dropped on … Continue reading Why Boris will delay June 21 lockdown

Czech Republic crowned winners of Euro 2021

Czech Republic have been crowned European football champions after beating Denmark 3-2 in the final of the delayed Euro 2020 (now Euro 2021), a simulation of the tournament played out on a supercomputer, that analysed teams and their results over the last 20 years, has predicted. Kylian Mbappe The European Championships, which will kick off … Continue reading Czech Republic crowned winners of Euro 2021

Naomi Osaka opens up on mental health issues

The highest-paid female athlete in the world, tennis superstar Naomi Osaka, decided to leave the French Open at the end of May citing her battle with depression and anxiety. Her withdrawal from the tournament created a media frenzy, and divided journalists and fans. But it has also started a conversation about athletes and mental health that … Continue reading Naomi Osaka opens up on mental health issues

Tokyo Olympics: Media coverage of games will be closely monitored

Media covering the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will be closely monitored to ensure they do not leave pre-registered areas such as hotels and sports venues, Tokyo 2020 President Seiko Hashimoto said on Tuesday. Dimitri Isler of Switzerland trains for the men's aerials during the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea. REUTERS/Mike Blake She spoke of … Continue reading Tokyo Olympics: Media coverage of games will be closely monitored

Pique willing to lose money from new contract with Barcelona

Gerard Pique is one of the most important players in Barcelona's first-team squad. The defender plays a big role in the dressing room and has a good relationship with the president, Joan Laporta, who he met with a few days ago. Gerard Pique According to information from Onze on Esport 3, the centre-back and the … Continue reading Pique willing to lose money from new contract with Barcelona

Carlo Ancelotti: Real Madrid have a great future

Real Madrid have appointed Carlo Ancelotti as the club's new coach following the resignation of Zinedine Zidane last week.  Carlo Ancelotti Ancelotti, 61, leaves Premier League side Everton to return for a second spell in charge of Madrid. He has agreed a three-year deal.  "I would like to thank the board of directors, the players … Continue reading Carlo Ancelotti: Real Madrid have a great future

Barcelona hope to announce Memphis Depay’s arrival on Friday

Memphis Depay will become Barcelona's fourth signing of the summer after the arrivals of Sergio 'Kun’ Agüero, Eric Garcia and Emerson. Memphis Depay A final agreement is close to being signed off and Barça hope to officially announce Depay's signing on Friday, before the start of the European Championships. That way, the Lyon forward's future will … Continue reading Barcelona hope to announce Memphis Depay’s arrival on Friday

2 arrested for slapping French President Emmanuel Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron described Tuesday's slapping incident as an "isolated event." Emmanuel Macron "We must put this incident in perspective, this is an isolated event," Macron told French local newspaper Le Dauphine Libere after he was slapped during a walkabout in southeastern France. "We must not let ultra-violent people take over the public debate, … Continue reading 2 arrested for slapping French President Emmanuel Macron