Messi’s star-studded wedding

Football and showbiz stars gather in northern Argentina on Friday for Latin America’s celebrity wedding bash of the decade when Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi marries his childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo.

Here is what we know from the few details given by Messi’s spokespeople as well as media reports and local people close to the event in his home city of Rosario.

Shakira and friends
Pop star Shakira and her husband, Messi’s teammate Gerard Pique are expected among the 260 guests.

They will join old friends of the couple and footballers such as his Barcelona strike partners Luis Suarez and Neymar.              Continue reading

Why Onyekuru snubbed Arsenal for Everton

The Director of Aspire Football Dreams (Nigeria), Col. Sam Ahmedu (retd.), has said that Henry Onyekuru chose Everton over Arsenal, because the Toffees wanted him more.

Ahmedu played an important role in the development of Onyekuru. And although he admits he would have preferred him at Arsenal, he believes the move is a good one.

Onyekuru has signed for Everton on Tuesday, but will spend next season on loan at Anderlecht, as he does not qualify for a UK work permit.    Continue reading

FIFA report: England 2018 bid plan a ‘form of bribery’

FIFA report: England 2018 bid plan a 'form of bribery'

A plan for England to play a friendly in Thailand to win backing for their 2018 World Cup bid was “a form of bribery”, investigators were told.

Ex-Football Association chairman Geoff Thompson made the admission when interviewed during an inquiry into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup hosting bids.

On Tuesday, football’s world governing body Fifa released the full 2014 report of the investigation.

That followed leaked extracts being published by German newspaper Bild.

The 422-page report was written by former Fifa independent ethics investigator Michael Garcia.

He quit in protest when the organisation only released a 42-page summary of his document.

That version cleared Russia and Qatar, winners of the 2018 and 2022 hosting rights respectively, of corruption allegations.               Continue reading

G20 host city Berlin sends 200 cops home after sex party

Scores of Berlin police officers have been sent home after throwing an alcohol-fuelled party topped with sex in public in Hamburg

Over 200 Berlin police officers have been sent home after throwing an alcohol-fuelled party topped with sex in public in Hamburg, which is hosting a world leaders’ summit next week.

The 220 cops had been dispatched to the northern port city to help keep law and order during the July 7-8 G20 summit which is expected to draw tens of thousands of anti-globalisation protesters.

But before assuming their duties, the officers threw a wild party at their temporary lodgings, with some seen having sex in public, urinating in a group against a fence and strip-dancing with weapons, local media reported Tuesday.           Continue reading

Dj Bobtee Present *Apala New Skool Mix* @djbobteemedia

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Present

*Apala New Skool Mix*

     Hosted By Dj Bobtee

Track list
1.Intro / Qdot Vs Dj Bobtee Intro
2.Qdot / Apala New Skool
3.Mr Eazi ft Rita Ora & Wizkid / Skin Tight rmx
4.Jaywon Ft Oritse Femi / Banuso
5.kiss daniel / Sofa
6.Wizkid / Holiday Whine like this
7.Seyi shay ft Sarkodie / Weekend vibes
8.Tekno / Pana
9.R2bees ft Wizkid / Tonight           
10.Sarkodie ft Runtown / pain killer
11.Runtown/ for life
12.Tekno / Diana
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Millionaire Nigerian players who went bankrupt

During their active years, they earned large sums of foreign currency in various denominations, that spanned many years from Europe to Asia but they most probably did not plan very well for life after their retirement forgetting that a football career could end almost as soon it started. They flew in private jets and rode the best cars at the heights of their careers and bought things without batting an eyelid. This list is not exhaustive though of some of the players are trying to regain their footing after some of their investments went bankrupt     

Celestine Babayaro

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The former Super Eagles star and most probably the best cultured left-back that has feature for Nigeria, played for some of the biggest clubs in both England and Belgium. He declared himself bankrupt at a court in Croydon in 2011. At a time in his career, Celestine, was amongst the highest paid African players in the world as he earned between £25,000 and $30,000 per week at Chelsea FC of England. He was reported to have lived an expensive lifestyle both in Nigeria and England. Stories aboved of how he blew thousands of pounds in buying exotic items and also partied hard with friends. Celestine’s financial troubles became apparent to his neighbours, with one saying that his usually beautifully kept house began to look a bit unkempt, with the garden overgrowing and the conservatory falling down.” He was part of the Nigeria’s Dream Team 1 that won the Atlanta Olympics soccer gold medal in 1996. The Former Chelsea and Newcastle full-back, in spite of earning £25,000 during the peak of his career, was declared bankrupt by a court in Croydon in 2010, after being charged by creditors. A final confirmation of his insolvency was made known in 2011.

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ACTRESS, RUTH EZE NARRATES HER EXPERIENCE WITH LESBIANS IN ABUJA

Fast rising actress, Ruth Eze narrates her unplesant encounter with lesbians, most especially, those resident in Abuja.This is coming on the heels of her recent ordeal in the hands of some Abuja-based big babes who mistook her for a lesbian.
Eze relays her ordeal to The Sun:
“Last weekend, I went to Abuja for a movie production, I didn’t know how some ladies got to know I was in town. The ugly drama started inside the hotel where I was lodged. They came in disguise as colleagues based in Abuja. At first, I didn’t know they had ulterior motives, so I welcomed them with open arms. Suddenly, they started saying some erotic things to me; I ignored them and kept pressing my phone.”       

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