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BALL – Rangers legend: Goalkeeper dies after saying he had six months to live in May (Scotland)

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BALL - Rangers legend: Goalkeeper dies after saying he had six months to live in May (Scotland)

Misfortune knocked on Andy Goram’s door. The former Scottish goalkeeper passed away this Saturday at the age of 58 from esophageal cancer.

The ex-Rangers had already left a chilling score on May 30, when he explained Daily entry that the doctors gave him six months to live. However, the disease progressed faster than expected, and the guardian died about a month later.

Born in England and educated at Oldham, Andy Gorham experienced the best period of his career from 1991 to 1998 at Rangers. He won six titles and was even recognized by the fans as the best goalkeeper in the history of the club. He also had a spell at Manchester United (2001) in which he won the Premier League and made 43 caps for Scotland, starting in the 1992 and 1996 European Championships.

Gloves hung up, he still worked as a goalkeeping coach at minor clubs in Scotland such as BSC Glasgow, Dunfermline Athletic and the Airdreonians, from which he left in October 2016.

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Elon Musk joked on Twitter that he was “going to buy Manchester United”.

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Elon Musk has sold $ 1,020 billion worth of Tesla shares in recent days

The businessman again made unpredictable statements on social media, tweeting: “I’m going to buy Manchester United, please.”

But then he reacts to Tesla’s Twitter account’s reaction, saying that he was joking and that he “didn’t intend to buy any sports club”:

Interference in this social network by the richest man in the world usually leaves the business world inactive. The directors of Tesla and the English club owned by the American Glazer family were even contacted by the AFP news agency.

The Guardian newspaper reported Musk’s announcement, but left a note shortly after. whether Musk was serious or not.

Manchester United, which has been listed on the New York Stock Exchange for 10 years, has a capitalization of $2.08 billion and its shares, which closed this Tuesday at $12.78 (+0.08% ), had a devaluation of 2.11% after the close of trading.

Although none of the shareholders has a controlling stake, the club is controlled by the six children of American businessman Malcolm Glaser, who died in 2014 after buying United in 2005.

Glazer’s management was the subject of strong protests from the club’s supporters last April when United’s management attempted to implement a plan to exit the European Super League, which was ultimately abandoned.

The Red Devils, along with five other English, three Spanish and three Italian clubs, wanted to create a European competition capable of rivaling the Champions League, an initiative that provoked strong political and sporting protests, as well as strong reactions from the club’s supporters.

Manchester United suffered another heavy 4-0 defeat at Brentford on Saturday. While Manchester City and Arsenal each have 6 points in the table, United have nil and appear in the competition’s red light after two rounds.

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Musk, who recently sold nearly $7 billion worth of shares in his automotive group Tesla, is in the midst of a legal battle over the failed acquisition of the social networking site Twitter.

*with AFP

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After leaving Benfica, Clifford retires: “Two practices a day, listening to a coach who knows less than me…” – Basketball

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After leaving Benfica, Clifford retires: "Two practices a day, listening to a coach who knows less than me..." - Basketball

Two weeks after Benfica announced his departure, Dennis Clifford announced his retirement at the age of 30. The post, who had another season under contract with the Eagles, revealed that he no longer wants to play the sport professionally and that he intends to dedicate himself to other areas in order to “free himself from financial slavery.”

“It’s time for a new chapter. The last few years have brought me new challenges. The biggest one is the fact that I’m getting older and I don’t use the phrase literally because I feel like I can physically carry on. playing until age 55 I’m still stubborn I’m getting “old” because there are other things I want to achieve in my life and it’s hard for me to justify 10 and a half months of physical consumption, mentally and emotionally for basketball season, away from family . I am 30 years old and if my career had been more sustainable, I might still be playing. But that’s not the case, and that’s okay,” the now former North American player began in a Linkedin post, where he lists three reasons for not pavilions.

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“1. I don’t want to feel like I’m wasting my time. Two workouts a day, listening to a coach who often knows less than me. August 8 to mid-June, year after year…

2. My career has stalled. Me and basketball are at an impasse and I’m not producing as much as I expected at the beginning of my career. The flame is no more. It’s because my head wants more than this life. I want to build something more important.

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3. I need and want more things. Different things. I have a vision for my future, and spending my 30s playing basketball 24 hours a day, 7 days a week doesn’t fit into that vision. I want to create something that will have an impact and meaning for other people. I want to build my business empire. I want to be free from financial slavery. And even if you get a lot more, playing basketball abroad is still financial slavery.”

Clifford revealed that he has started several trials lately to move from basketball to another career related to marketing and training. “I have been involved in several startups (I have a good percentage in one of them), I am a freelance copywriter and have started my own digital marketing company. (…) For the past few months, I have been trying to build my own digital marketing company focused on personal trainers. Personal training is something I’ve always been passionate about throughout my career and now I feel like it’s the best way to serve people.”

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Ronaldo “away from the team” and “dine alone”? Elma Aveiro reacts to statements

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Ronaldo "away from the team" and "dine alone"?  Elma Aveiro reacts to statements

Cristiano Ronaldo continues to go through a more difficult stage professionally. Recent news reports that it is difficult for a player to find a new team, his desire, and even at Manchester United the climate does not seem very favorable for a footballer.

If, on the one hand, Georgina Rodriguezthe national player’s girl, remains, despite the situation, who can not help but react to the news in the press, the player’s sisters. Recently, Elma Aveiro felt “forced” to comment on a newspaper headline.

as i wrote Sun This Monday, August 15, CR7 could face the “consequences” of their desire to leave Manchester United. Ace willaway from the team“, including “the days he eats alone in the Carrington cafeteria“.

However, and with the news being circulated in some national media, Elma Aveiro, the older sister of the national team captain, decided to respond to the statements: “The absurdity that communication comes to. Is there really nothing else to talk about? leave him“, he said.

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Elma Aveiro later returned to her Instagram account stories to show a printout of text shared by the player’s fan page, with text allegedly signed by British journalist Piers Morgan in defense of the player.

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