- Gianluigi Donnarumma backs by Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso
Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso has defended goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma after a section of the club’s support turned on him.
The banner, which stretched across three sections of the San Siro, read: “Psychological violence by giving you €6m a season and signing your parasite brother? It’s time to leave – our patience with you is over!”
Donnarumma was pictured on social media in tears after the game, being comforted by team-mates, and Gattuso said in a post-match interview the time had come to take it easy on the 18-year-old, who has been linked to a number of leading European and Premier League clubs.
“He’s an 18-year-old kid, of course he was shaken. I can only thank him for what he’s doing. For his age, he’s the best goalkeeper in the world right now. You can tell from his face he’s not happy, but I have known a great athlete and great kid. He will have my protection, for all the protection I can give.
“If the club says it doesn’t need to sell anyone, nor wants to, then why should we even talk about this? I respect the fans, but he sulked at me for four days because I left him at home for the first time in seven months. He never skipped a training session, let alone a game.
“People need to understand whether Gigio really does want to go or if he wants to stay. I can say I’m working with a great athlete and professional. I am the coach of Milan, so I can talk about the lad, the athlete, but nothing else. Gigio has not told me personally that he wants to leave. If he did, that would be different.”
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- Romelu Lukaku lucky to stay on the pitch against Bournemouth- Eddie Howe
According to Eddie Howe, Romelu Lukaku should have been sent off during Manchester United’s 1-0 victory over Bournemouth on Wednesday night.
When asked whether he thought Lukaku was lucky to stay on the pitch, Howe said: “I did. I was having chats with the fourth official and I thought the first tackle was a yellow card in my opinion. I thought he was very late on Nathan [Ake]. We made that point to the fourth official and then of course he picks up another one which is a clear yellow – he should have been off the pitch.”
As his side failed to win for a fifth consecutive game, Howe was left disgruntled with referee Graham Scott’s performance.
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- NDC fights for EC Boss
The NDC has abruptly ascended to the safeguard of the EC manager, to the detriment of her two delegates, who were reserved into the EC’s affirmed embarrassment by Mrs Charlotte Osei.
The three best authorities of the EC are confronting a test board of trustees set up by Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo, following petitions of wrongdoing recorded against them.
While Charlotte Osei’s appeal to was started by a few laborers of the commission, the troubled EC director is driving the charge of wrongdoing against her two appointees – Amadu Sulley and Georgina Opoku-Amankwa – accountable for Operation and Corporate Service separately.
Curiously, the NDC has set up a campsite with Charlotte against the two different representatives who were altogether designated by John Mahama’s organization.
Mrs Charlotte Osei, as per DAILY GUIDE sources, had never had great working relations with the two representatives since she took office in 2015.
Mr Amadu Sulley, as per sources, was even set on national security radar on the grounds that the Mahama organization was educated that he was managing the then restriction New Patriotic Party (NPP) especially, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.
In what resembles the NDC has more to lose should the EC director be impugned, some of its key components are notwithstanding putting their lives on hold to battle for her, saying the entire activity is being pushed by the New Patriotic Party government.
- Chelsea Ladies manager ‘’Emma Hayes’’ pregnant with twins
Emma Hayes, the Chelsea Ladies manager is pregnant and expecting twins in June.
In October, the 41-year-old signed a new three-and-a-half-year. Since 2012, she has been in charge at Chelsea. After the current Women’s Super League One season finishes, the babies are due to born the same month.
Hayes, who had been linked with the England manager’s job following Mark Sampson’s departure, is hoping the new arrivals will “hold out until the end of the season”.
She added that this is going to be her “biggest life challenge yet” but is “excited to fulfil a dream of mine in becoming a parent”. Currently, Chelsea are second in the league behind Manchester City and in March, they face a first ever Champions League quarter-final against French side Montpellier.
According to Hayes, “Personally, it has been my objective to get the team to that point and I’ve put a lot of energy into it. The experience we’ve had until this point has put us in this position, where we are finally a couple of steps away from competing for that trophy.”
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- Minister voted worst minister in Akufo-Addo’s government
‘Dwaso Nsem’ have voted Sanitation Minister, Joseph Kofi Adda as the Minister who failed to meet expectations inside the main year of the Akufo-Addo government.
The audience members cast their votes on the execution of the 110 Ministers through telephone calls into the program and instant messages.
Six (6) out of 15 guests into the program voted Kofi Adda as the more terrible Minister.
Sexual orientation Minister, Otiko Afisa Djaba was likewise voted as the second more terrible performing Minister.
Work Minister, Ignatius Baffour Awuah, Fisheries Minister, Afoley Quaye, Information Minister, Mustapha Hamid, Education Minister, Matthew Opoku Prempeh all came up as a component of the more terrible performing Ministers in the Akufo-Addo government.
Guard Minister, Dominic Nitiwul, Agric Minister, Dr Afriyie Akoto, Environment Minister, Kwabena Frimpong Manso came up as a component of the rundown of more terrible performing Ministers.
The audience members and texters refered to different purposes behind voting the Ministers as the more terrible performing Ministers.
Sanitation issues in the nation, particularly in Accra, was refered to as a feature of the purposes behind voting Kofi Ada as the more awful clergyman. The audience members along these lines encouraged him to up his amusement and work as one with the different MMDCAs to tackle the issue before the most noticeably awful happens.
Sex Minister, Otiko Afisa Djaba was likewise asked to check her human relations and relational abilities as indicated by them, her state of mind has been poor.
Matthew Opoku Prempeh was additionally importuned to work to guarantee that he handles the various issues upsetting the Free SHS program.
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- Ben Stokes hits 93 off 47 balls for Canterbury Kings
In New Zealand’s domestic Twenty20 competition, England’s Ben Stokes scored 93 off 47 balls for Canterbury Kings.
In the Super Smash in Christchurch, the all-rounder also took 1-17 as Canterbury beat Otago Volts by 134 runs. In Canterbury’s 217-9, Stokes struck six fours and seven sixes before Otago were bowled out for 83.
After being arrested over an incident outside a Bristol nightclub in September, he is unavailable for England. The 26-year-old, Stokes had scored only 36 runs in his first three 50-over games for Canterbury.
Currently, England are playing Australia in the third Ashes Test in Perth. Although, Stokes is unlikely to play still this month he was named in England’s squad for the one-day series in Australia that follow the Ashes. He is not available for selection until the Crown Prosecution Service decides whether to charge him over the Bristol incident.
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