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Apostle Suleman To Buhari: ‘Your EndSARS Speech Was Useless, Insensitive’

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End SARS: ‘Your speech was useless, insensitive’ – Apostle Johnson Suleman attacks Buhari.

Apostle Johnson Suleman of Omega Fire Ministries, has rubbished President Muhammadu Buhari’s nationwide address over End SARS protest.

Suleman described Buhari’s speech as insensitive and useless.

He questioned the president’s failure to address the Lekki Toll Gate shooting in Lagos State.

In a tweet, the clergyman insisted that the broadcast was a waste of time.

According to Apostle Suleman:

Never had a more ‘wasted 12mins’ all my life…insensitive and useless speech..who gave the orders for people to be killed?.what’s d repercussions of such blatant impunity?nobody was fired for lives wasted?.no compensation for victims family?..I wish I can”unwatch” it..

Summary of the speech-“youths,dont take my quietness for weakness…intl community,face your front..I will soon give youths palliatives,we are in shoprite buying them..police,una welldone..oba of lagos,ema binu sir…youths,dont go out again o,ask of me,I dont have joy”…


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Chelsea Leapfrog Real Madrid, Juventus In Chase For Alaba

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Chelsea have emerged as favourites to sign Bayern Munich centre-back David Alaba.

The veteran Austrian, who has been with Bayern for practically his entire career, has not signed a new contract.

His deal expires in the summer, and he can sign a pre-contract with a European club in January.

According to AS, Chelsea are at the forefront to sign him.

The Spanish source claims the Blues will hold talks with Alaba and his agents in the New Year.

They will try to convince him that his future lies at the Stamford Bridge club.

Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain, along with Manchester City and Liverpool, are also linked with Alaba. (Tribal Football)


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Newcastle And Aston Villa Clash Postponed Due To Covid-19

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Newcastle United’s Premier League game at Aston Villa on Friday has been postponed following a “significant increase” in Covid-19 cases at the Magpies’ training ground.

Five Newcastle players and two staff members have tested positive, reports BBC Newcastle’s Matthew Raisbeck.

The club’s training ground at Darsley Park was closed on Monday and Tuesday.

Newcastle lodged a request with the Premier League to postpone the fixture at Villa Park, which was approved.

Aston Villa say they “fully support” the Premier League’s decision to postpone the match.

“Everybody at Aston Villa wishes a speedy recovery to all those affected by the virus,” added the club.

A new date and time for the game will be confirmed in the future.

This is the first Premier League fixture this season to be postponed because of Covid cases.

Newcastle manager Steve Bruce said on Friday – when his team won 2-0 at Crystal Palace – that three players and one member of staff had tested positive.

On Monday, the training ground was shut on the advice of Public Health England North East (PHE) and remained closed on Tuesday.

The Premier League said it agreed that Newcastle were unable to train and “safely prepare” for the match at Villa Park.

After an “extensive consultation” with both clubs, PHE and Premier League advisors, the league said the decision was made to call off the match with “the health of players and staff the priority”.

Further tests will be given to the players and training ground staff this week. Newcastle, PHE and the Premier League will then hold another meeting to assess the results and decide on the next course of action.

Bruce’s side are next scheduled to play on Saturday, 12 December with a home match against West Bromwich Albion, before a trip to Leeds United four days later.


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Jones Hits Winner As Liverpool Beat Ajax To Advance

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Curtis Jones scored his first Champions League goal after a horrific goalkeeping mistake as Liverpool beat Ajax to win Group D and secure a place in the last 16.

Andre Onana misjudged the flight of Neco Williams’ cross and 19-year-old midfielder Jones took advantage to score with the outside of his right foot.

Caoimhin Kelleher, deputising for first-choice keeper Alisson who was missing with a hamstring injury, also played his part in Liverpool’s win, a tremendous stop to deny substitute Klaas-Jan Huntelaar the pick of his saves.

Former Everton midfielder Davy Klaassen wasted a great chance for the visitors and David Neres hit the woodwork.

Jones also rattled a post before his goal ensured Liverpool, with one game to spare, joined Premier League rivals Manchester City and Chelsea in the knockout stage.

Kelleher impresses in Alisson’s absence

A surprise home defeat by Atalanta last week had threatened Liverpool’s dominance in Group D, with the Italians and Ajax closing in.

But Jurgen Klopp’s side overcame their latest worrying injury setback to progress after an open and entertaining game at Anfield.

It was far from straightforward for the Reds, Klaassen heading wide for Ajax when he should have scored, while Neres was denied by the woodwork after Kelleher had done well to push away an attempt by young Brazilian forward Antony.

The 22-year-old’s stop to deny Huntelaar, having earlier produced a one-handed save to keep out Noussair Mazraoui, was exceptional and at the final whistle Klopp went straight to the Republic of Ireland squad member to congratulate him on his performance.

With Atalanta held in Denmark by Midtjylland, Liverpool are four points clear with one game to go and uncatchable at the top.

Having already secured the group, Klopp will be able to rest players when the Reds face Midtjylland in Denmark in the final round of games on 9 December.

More injury woe for the Reds

On a night when captain Jordan Henderson made his first club start since 8 November after injury, Liverpool revealed their first-choice keeper had become the latest player to join the list of casualties.

Their campaign has been littered with injury setbacks and Alisson’s hamstring problem, which is likely to rule him out of Sunday’s league game with Wolves and next week’s European game, means the Reds are now without nine senior players with matches coming thick and fast.

Midfielder Naby Keita (thigh) and right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold (calf) are close to returning.

But Virgil van Dijk (knee) is out for a prolonged period while there are no return dates for Joe Gomez (knee), Xherdan Shaqiri, James Milner (thigh), Thiago Alcantara (knee) and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (knee).

Klopp’s decision to opt for Kelleher in Alisson’s absence raises questions about the future of Spanish keeper Adrian, who has often filled in when the Brazilian has been missing.

The veteran of more than 200 competitive appearances for Real Betis, West Ham and Liverpool watched from the bench as Kelleher provided a calming presence in Alisson’s absence. (BBC)


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