Friday, 9 November 2018

Nicki Minaj’s Barbie Dreams Certified Gold For Sales Of Half A Million Units

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Nicki Minaj‘s ‘Queen’ era has been graced by another Gold certification.
Though yet to nab a #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, the rapper and her fans have developed a lucrative habit of buying enough of her singles over a lengthy period of time to ensure she outsells the tracks she is often “out-charted” by.
The latest cut to follow this trend is ‘Barbie Dreams.’

Tuesday, 6 November 2018

Ronaldo & Juventus fear key players could miss Manchester United visit

Ronaldo & Juventus fear key players could miss Manchester United visit
Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus face a nervous wait to see if a clutch of key stars will be fit enough for the visit of Manchester United in the Champions League on Wednesday.
The Bianconeri host the Red Devils at the Allianz Stadium with Massimiliano Allegri's side knowing that victory would see them top Group H and secure progression through to the round of 16.
However, they may be forced to tackle Jose Mourinho's visitors without the trio of Miralem Pjanic, Blaise Matuidi and Douglas Costa if injuries sustained in Serie A action over the weekend prove worse that initially thought.
Juve ran out comfortable 3-1 winners over Cagliari to keep them in prime position in the chase for the Scudetto once again – but their victory was somewhat soured after the trio needed to be replaced.

Barcelona superstar requiring surgery could see Chelsea or Arsenal aces seal Camp Nou transfer 

Barcelona superstar requiring surgery could see Chelsea or Arsenal aces seal Camp Nou transfer
Barcelona could make moves for either David Luiz or Laurent Koscielny should current defensive star Samuel Umtiti require surgery on his knee.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona dipping into the market for a new centre in January depends on whether the Frenchman requires further treatment on his knee, and that the club are after a defender with experience to bolster their side during Umtiti's possible absence.

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri backs two-goal Alvaro Morata to keep improving

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri backs two-goal Alvaro Morata to keep improving
Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri expects Alvaro Morata to keep improving after the striker scored twice in Sunday’s 3-1 win over Crystal Palace.
The often derided Spain forward now has five goals in his last six Chelsea games, although he will rue spurning a late opportunity for his hat-trick.
Sarri said: “Alvaro improved in the last month. Improved for the confidence, improved for personality, also from the technical point of view.
“Now he’s able to play more with the team. I think also Alvaro has very great physical and technical potential. He can improve more.”
Morata started brilliantly with Chelsea in early 2017-18, but has endured a difficult 2018 calendar year – until lately.
Sarri was reluctant to draw comparisons with former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba and says there is room for Morata to improve mentally.
The Italian said: “He’s a little bit fragile, from the mental point of view. He’s very young. He can improve very fast.
“Drogba was one of the best in the world for 10 years. Drogba is a little bit too much, but he has great potential.”
Eden Hazard was back from a three-game absence with a back problem and was utilised off the bench. He provided Morata’s second with his first touch, sending over a free-kick which the striker expertly turned into the net. Pedro then added a third.
Sarri added: “We were very lucky because immediately, the first minute I think, he was able to change our match. Hazard is Hazard, he is able to do it very often.”
An eighth league victory from an 11-game unbeaten start saw Sarri, a 59-year-old former banker, equal Frank Clark’s Premier League record. Clark was undefeated in his first 11 Premier League games with Nottingham Forest in 1994.
Sarri, who replaced Antonio Conte as head coach in July after Chelsea’s fifth-place finish last term, said: “I am very proud to be the coach of this team.
“The record is not a record of the coach, it’s a record of the team.”
The Blues are second, ahead of Liverpool on goal difference and two points behind leaders Manchester City.
“At the beginning we knew very well there was a gap. Last season the gap was 30 points,” Sarri added.
“It’s very difficult to cover 30 points only in six months, but we are trying.”
Palace are now without a win in six league games, despite Andros Townsend’s first goal in 20 league games.
Hodgson said: “I’m always disappointed when we lose, and it’s happened quite a few times. But I can’t be critical of the team’s performance.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri backs two-goal Alvaro Morata to keep improving
Roy Hodgson watched his Palace side lose 3-1 (Adam Davy/PA)
“At 1-1, we had hope. But the free-kick saw them take the lead again and coming back was always going to be difficult.”
After drawing with Arsenal and losing to Chelsea, Palace play Tottenham and Manchester United in their next two games.
Hodgson added: “It doesn’t really matter where you are at Christmas. Last season we were very rarely outside of the relegation zone and we ended up 11th.
“We missed chances. We’ve been a little bit unlucky, we don’t have as many points as we should have. But let’s see where we are after 38 games.
“It’s important to keep going irrespective of what happens in the next few games.”

Antoine Griezmann: I want to retire in MLS

Antoine Griezmann: I want to retire in MLS
Atletico Madrid ace Antoine Griezmann has admitted he would like to end his career in MLS.
The 27-year-old has enjoyed an immensely successful 2018, playing a key role in helping Atletico win last season's Europa League before scoring four goals as France secured the World Cup in Russia.
However, despite being such a key figure at the Wanda Metropolitano, Griezmann already has his sights set on the future.
Speaking to ESPN, Griezmann named his love for NBA and American culture as key reasons behind his future ambitions.
"I want to play in MLS, I'd like to finish my career there," Griezmann said.

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Sunday, 4 November 2018

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 We're looking for 10 insanely creative fashion designers who are going to showcase their talents at the Novare Lekki Catwalk Fashion Show and win a share of N150 000 as well as a 1 month internship at an established fashion house.
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Cristiano Ronaldo honoured after scoring 400 goals across Europe (Photo)

Cristiano Ronaldo honoured after scoring 400 goals across Europe (Photo)
On Saturday night, Cristiano Ronaldo was honoured for scoring 400 goals across the Seria A, La Liga and Premier League.
Before Juventus' home game with Cagliari, Andrea Agnelli, the president of the Italian club presented the Portuguese striker with a celebratory Jersey to celebrate his new milestone. Ronaldo also already added two goals, taking his tally to 402 so far.
The Portugal superstar, 33, reached the tally as he scored against Genoa in the 1 - 1 football match last week.

Chelsea push Hazard to open contract talks amid Real Madrid chaos

Chelsea push Hazard to open contract talks amid Real Madrid chaos
Chelsea are pushing Eden Hazard's minders to open new contract talks - immediately.
The Telegraph says Chelsea want to pounce on the managerial uncertainty at Real Madrid by reopening contract talks with Hazard.
Hazard is understood to be waiting for a sign whether Real will make a move for him before making a decision over the new contract tabled at Chelsea.
But with Real in disarray following the sacking of Julen Lopetegui, Chelsea hope the uncertainty will provide a window for them to renegotiate with the 27-year-old Belgium international.