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    ANTHONY JOSHUA has every chance of settling the score with Oleksandr Usyk if he carries his immense self "belief" into the ring. The Watford warrior will bid to exact his revenge on the slick southpaw in a high-stakes rematch in Saudi Arabia next month. 3Anthony Joshua will rematch Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia next mothCredit: Reuters 3AJ was turned over the slick southpaw in their Tottenham tussle last SeptemberCredit: GETTY 3Tony Bellew has urged AJ to carry self-belief into the high-stakes rematchCredit: REUTERS Joshua, 32, has enlisted the services of 14-time world champion coach Robert Garcia for the crunch clash after axing long-time trainer Robert McCracken. But Tony Bellew believes the mental aspect of the fight will be the biggest obstacle for the Brit to overcome in the desert dust-up. The former WBC cruiserweight champion told iFL TV: "He is more than capable of beating any heavyweight in the world. "He has all the attributes and has the physical ability to beat anybody. READ MORE IN SPORTWRITTEN IN THE SPARS Heavyweight who sparred BOTH reveals how AJ can overcome Usyk's...
    CLARESSA SHIELDS believes she is not the only boxing champion champion capable of crossing over to MMA. Shields has double Olympic gold medals, two undisputed world titles and belts in three divisions but it is not enough for the outspoken American.  3Claressa Shields is 1-1 in MMA and signed to the Professional Fighters LeagueCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3Claressa Shields is a three-weight boxing championCredit: Getty She last year turned professional in MMA under the Professional Fighters League in a bid to crack both sports.  So far, Shields is the only boxing star willing to put her money where her mouth is and fight in both the ring and cage. Although she tips pound-for-pound contender Terence Crawford, an unbeaten three-division champ, as the man capable of conquering both codes too.  Shields told SunSport: “He got a boxing background but he also knows how to wrestle. READ MORE IN BOXINGSHIEL BE RICH Shields out to double her money after Marshall bout as she eyes $1m PFL prizeSUMMER SLUGGER Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury? Date, UK start time, live stream,...
    The Queen 'deserves to put her feet up' while Prince Charles 'must do the heavy lifting', Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's friend Omid Scobie has claimed.  The author of the Finding Freedom biography said one 'might be forgiven' for reading this 'lighter lineup of the Prince of Wales mother’s duties' as a 'lack of faith within the institution for his ability to take on the job.' Writing for Yahoo, Omid penned: 'With the Queen now comfortably in the final chapter of her reign, now is the time for Prince Charles to prove he is truly capable of continuing her 70-year legacy (and a final chance to capture the imagination of those still unconvinced).' Omid's comments come as the Queen, who now rarely carries out public engagements outside of her royal residences and uses a walking cane, made a during a surprise visit to Paddington Station to officially open the Elizabeth line. The Queen 'deserves to put her feet up' while Prince Charles 'must do the heavy lifting' and 'prove he is capable' of continuing her legacy, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's friend...
    Andy Dick's friends believe he was 'set up' by the RV-dwelling YouTubers he was living with at the time of his arrest. (Pictured in a 2011 mug shot) Andy Dick's on-again-off-again fiancée' says he's safer in jail after his sexual battery arrest this week – the latest in a string of criminal calamities for the former star comedian. Dick, 56, was cuffed by cops at an RV parked in an Orange County, California campground Wednesday morning, but has been released and is yet to be charged.   The alleged sex attack was against one of the men with whom he was staying in the mobile home – and who was seen 'cuddling and kissing' him two hours earlier. Dick's friends and family claim he was set up by RV-dwelling YouTubers looking to profit from his fame and his scandalous alcohol and drug-fueled downward spiral. The YouTubers claimed in a video posted on their channel that he molested one of them with coconut oil while he slept.  Police from the Orange County Sheriff's Department swarmed his modest trailer parked at California's O'Neill...
    (CNN)Rory McIlroy says he's capable of being the best player in the world after he won his 20th PGA Tour title at the CJ Cup on Sunday.The Northern Irishman carded a final-round six-under-par 66 to finish a shot ahead of two-time major winner Collin Morikawa at the Summit Club in Las Vegas and win $1.75 million from a total purse of $9.75 million.In doing so McIlroy became the 39th player to win at least 20 times on the PGA Tour. It's also his fifth straight season with at least one win."I know that when I do the things that I do well, this is what I'm capable of. I'm capable of winning a lot of events on the PGA Tour and being the best player in the world," said McIlroy.The Northern Irishman will now earn lifetime membership on the PGA Tour -- once he's played 15 seasons which will be at the start of the 2023-24 season -- something he called "pretty significant."Read More"Not having to worry about minimums on Tour and being able to really set a schedule, and...
    DONALD Trump has called for "weak" Joe Biden to be impeached for the first time and said he is not capable of handling foreign affairs. The former president said in a campaign email to his followers: "I knew Biden wasn’t capable of handling our foreign affairs (among many other things), and now everyone is paying the price." 3Donald Trump has called for 'weak' Biden to be impeached for the first timeCredit: AP 3Trump said Biden is 'not fit to be your president'Credit: EPA "Joe is NOT fit to be YOUR President. If he’s not going to RESIGN, then he must be IMPEACHED," he added. Republicans had been begging Trump to help them impeach Biden following criticism of the president's withdrawal from Afghanistan, according to reports last week. BRINGING IN THE BIG GUNS The former commander-in-chief - who is yet to confirm a run for the White House in 2024 - is said spoken with several GOP lawmakers on the issue, according to The Daily Beast. A spokesperson for Trump denied the report but the Daily Beast says two Republican sources confirmed...
    During his post-match interview following the main event of UFC Vegas 34, winning fighter Jared Cannonier declared he can’t afford to take time away from the Octagon because he’s “broke.” The blunt comment from one of the sport’s top-ranked fighters sparked widespread criticism directed at the UFC, which notoriously underpays its athletes. Podcaster and former ESPN host Dan Le Batard revisited the topic during his Monday show, after being dismissed by UFC president Dana White last year over the issue. “He didn’t even say it with bitterness,” Le Batard said of Cannonier’s “I’m broke” declaration. “It’s been happening more and more,” he continued, noting UFC fighters are frequently stating they don’t have money despite winning. “It’s not with bitterness, they’re just telling you – ‘to pursue this love that I have, I have to be broke and I have to keep fighting,’” he said on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz. “’I can’t take a lot of time between fights because I’m broke. I have to keep getting out there whether I’m ready or not.’” Although $100,000 to...
    Former National Security Adviser John Bolton trashed his former boss, President Donald Trump, calling him “juvenile” and suggesting he lacked the mental agility to engage in a “coup.” He was addressing Trump’s response to the revelation that Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley contemplated the possibility he would stage a coup after the election. “If I was going to do a coup, one of the last people I would want to do it with is General Mark Milley,” Trump said in a Thursday statement. In a Friday interview with CNN’s Brianna Keilar, John Bolton called the statement “juvenile” and added, “It’s unbecoming of a former president of the United States to refer to people who served the country well and served in his administration as if they’re in a kindergarten class. And it’s a sad commentary on Trump himself, but I think also reflective of much of his behavior during four years in office. And I’m laughing, but I shouldn’t laugh because it’s more serious than that, but it’s so typical that I can’t stop myself.” Keilar also asked Bolton whether he had changed...
    A man being eyed in the unsolved 2017 murders of two teens in Delphi, Indiana, has an "evil streak" and is "absolutely capable" of committing that type of crime, his brother said. James Brian Chadwell, 42, appeared on the radar of investigators after his arrest last month in a separate incident that involved the alleged kidnapping, sexual assault and attempted murder of a 9-year-old girl. WHAT ARE THE DELPHI MURDERS? Following Chadwell’s arrest, Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby told local news outlets that authorities are "looking into him" regarding the 2017 murders of Libby German, 14, and Abby Williams, 13, at the Delphi Historic Trails. No further details were provided at the time. Chadwell’s brother, Ashley Chadwell, told "Inside Edition" on Friday that his brother "is absolutely capable of killing someone" and "should be locked up and never let loose again." Investigators are "looking into" James Brian Chadwell to see if there might be a connection to the unsolved Delphi murders, Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby told local news outlets last month. (Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office) "He’s a monster, exactly. He’s an...
    A man being eyed in the unsolved 2017 murders of two teens in Delphi, Indiana, has an "evil streak" and is "absolutely capable" of committing that type of crime, his brother said. James Brian Chadwell, 42, appeared on the radar of investigators after his arrest last month in a separate incident that involved the alleged kidnapping, sexual assault and attempted murder of a 9-year-old girl. WHAT ARE THE DELPHI MURDERS? Following Chadwell’s arrest, Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby told local news outlets that authorities are "looking into him" regarding the 2017 murders of Libby German, 14, and Abby Williams, 13, at the Delphi Historic Trails. No further details were provided at the time. Chadwell’s brother, Ashley Chadwell, told "Inside Edition" on Friday that his brother "is absolutely capable of killing someone" and "should be locked up and never let loose again." Investigators are "looking into" James Brian Chadwell to see if there might be a connection to the unsolved Delphi murders, Carroll County Sheriff Tobe Leazenby told local news outlets last month. (Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office) "He’s a monster, exactly. He’s an...
    THE brother of an alleged kidnapper suspected in the unsolved murders of two teenage girls in Indiana said it was "absolutely capable" his brother could have murdered the two girls on a hike. "He’s a monster, exactly. He’s an absolute evil person," said Ashley Chadwell, brother of James Chadwell II, who police believe may have been involved in the deaths of 13-year-old Abigail 'Abby' Williams and 14-year-old Liberty 'Libby' German in 2017.  6The family of alleged kidnapper James Chadwell II said he's "absolutely capable" of murderCredit: Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Dept. "Do I think that he's capable of that kind of crime? Absolutely, absolutely. He's shown numerous times not only to his friends, but his family as well that he has that kind of evil streak to him," Ashley told Inside Edition. His brother says James tried to drown him when he was four. “He is absolutely capable of killing someone,” Ashley said. James' stepfather, who did not want to be named, also shared similar sentiments. “Is he capable? Probably. And you know, should they let him back out on the...
    James Chadwell II, 42, (in mug) is accused of luring a 9-year-old girl into his home on April 19 before attacking, strangling and sexually assaulting her. His own brother now claims he could be capable  A man being eyed over the unsolved unsolved murders of two teenage girls in Delphi, Indiana is 'absolutely capable' of having committed the horrific crimes, his own brother says.  Detectives last week confirmed they are 'looking into' 42-year-old James Chadwell II in relation to the deaths of 13-year-old Abigail 'Abby' Williams and 14-year-old Liberty 'Libby' German in 2017.  The girls went missing on February 13 of that year while hiking along the Monon High Bridge Trail in Delphi, and their bodies were discovered in nearby woods the following day.  The case has baffled investigators and remains unsolved after four years, but detectives have declared they are now examining Chadwell after he was arrested over an unrelated crime in Indiana last month.  On April 19 this year, Chadwell is accused of luring a 9-year-old girl into his home in Lafayette to pet his dogs. He then allegedly took...
    Taylor Penley, The Western Journal April 22, 2021 0 Comments When we think of America’s nanny state, we often think of former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Big Gulp ban, former first lady Michelle Obama’s school lunch rules or the ongoing White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci orthodoxy surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that President Joe Biden has delivered an especially conditional promise of freedom from the pandemic by Independence Day, it appears the left’s self-endowed guardianship of the American people is far from over. “To celebrate our independence from this virus on July 4th with family and friends in small groups, we still have more to do in the months of May and June. We all need to mask up until the number of cases goes down, until everyone has a chance to get their shot,” Biden said in a Wednesday statement. “To Americans 16 years and older, it’s your turn now. Now. So go get your vaccine before the end of May. We can do this. And we’ll do this as long as we...
    TONY Blair said he did not enjoy being Prime Minister because of the job’s huge responsibility. The former Labour leader, 67, added it is the only job where experience has little value. 4Ex-PM Tony Blair said: 'I don't think I did enjoy the job because the responsibility is so huge'Credit: AFP Mr Blair served as PM from 1997 to 2007 in his first government role. He said: "I don't think I did enjoy the job because the responsibility is so huge. “Every day you’re making decisions and under massive scrutiny, as is your family. “The paradox is you start at your most popular and least capable and end at your least popular and most capable.” He added: "The first job I ever had in government was Prime Minister. "I use the analogy of a football team. "If you're looking for the new coach of Manchester United and 'I tell you what we're going to find the most enthusiastic and persuasive fan we can find and put in him charge of the team'. "People would say you're insane." 4The former Labour...
    Piers Morgan has said he regrets previously supporting his former friend Donald Trump. Mathew Imaging/WireImage Speaking on "Good Morning Britain," Piers Morgan told co-host Susanna Reid that he regrets supporting his former friend Donald Trump in the aftermath of the Capitol riots. Morgan said that he never thought Trump "was capable" of "[inciting] a mob to attack the Capitol in America and attack democracy itself." Morgan said that Trumps' critics have been "proven right" in this "sobering moment," calling Trump "mad" and "mentally unfit." Morgan has previously supported Trump over his four years in office and has defended his friendship with him on several occasions. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. British chat show host Piers Morgan said that he regrets previously supporting Donald Trump following the Capitol riots, calling the president "mentally unfit." On Monday January 11, Morgan discussed the "horrendous" recent riots in Washington DC with co-host Susanna Reid on ITV's "Good Morning Britain." "What we witnessed in America last week was one of the saddest things I've ever had to see, in a country that...
    Country music star John Rich admitted to being a Foo Fighters fan even as he bashed the band’s frontman, Dave Grohl, for his opposition to President Donald Trump. The singer, known for the song Shut Up About Politics, joined Fox & Friends on Wednesday to talk about the Foo Fighters’ involvement in an upcoming virtual concert to encourage voter participation in the upcoming Georgia Senate runoffs. Pete Hegseth set the tone of the conversation right off the bat by invoking a 2-year-old interview where Grohl said he was “ashamed” of Trump. As he reacted, Rich said “I’m a big fan of the Foo Fighters,” prompting Hegseth to admit “I am too.” Rich went on by seemingly accusing Grohl of supporting socialism, saying “it’s really ironic that any musician or any American, for that matter, would support socialism, but yet they are doing so.” “I, on the other hand, I will not do that,” he continued. “I will not vote for anyone who constructs the government or tries to construct government that limits what I’m capable of doing or what my...
    MANCHESTER UNITED star Marcus Rashford believes the team are 'capable of winning big trophies'. Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has once again appeared to ride out a tough spell with a couple of good results. 3Marcus Rashford, in action during United's 6-2 thrashing of Leeds, believes his team are ready for big trophiesCredit: Reuters First they completely nullified big rivals Man City to secure a 0-0 draw in the derby. Then they walloped Leeds 6-2 in a stunning attacking performance at Old Trafford on Sunday. That result pushed them into third spot in the Premier League, five points behind leaders and defending champs Liverpool. Now Rashford, who surprisingly failed to score in the rout, thinks Solskjaer's boys are ready to win some silverware. The 23-year-old told the Utd Podcast: "I believe the team we have now is capable of winning big trophies. "I feel like we are close but we are not quite there. We just need to make that final push to be a team that can win trophies and fight for everything. "In the big games, we go toe-to-toe...
    Roy Jones Jr. Photo by Joe Scarnici / Triller Roy Jones Jr. said his body hurts everywhere Mike Tyson landed a punch. The two veteran boxers returned to the ring Saturday for a highly-anticipated exhibition in Los Angeles. Jones, 51, said Tyson, 54, hit him with two punches in particular which caused him a significant amount of pain. One was an uppercut which hurt his jaw. Regardless, he's glad he did it, enjoyed the experience, and hailed Tyson as "an exceptional puncher." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Roy Jones Jr. said his body hurts everywhere Mike Tyson landed a punch. "He is capable of fighting anybody," the 51-year-old said of his opponent. The two veteran boxers returned to the ring Saturday for a boxing exhibition at the behind-closed-doors Staples Center in Los Angeles for an eight-round heavyweight match. Though Jones and Tyson's showcase was never going to count on their pro records, it did top a six-bout card that featured some legitimate bouts — one of which was Jake Paul's brutal second-round knockout win over the...
    FOX News host Tucker Carlson has claimed Joe Biden is a "hologram" and that he may "not be capable of thinking". During the bizarre introduction to his Friday night show Carlson, the conservative commentator, warned that the former vice president was "vapor". ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 12Tucker Carlson launched into a bizarre monologue at the start of his show last night claiming Joe Biden was a 'hologram'Credit: Fox News 12Biden is leading the presidential race after gaining leads in this Credit: AFP or licensors 12Carlson claimed Joe Biden supporters want Americans 'drinking Starbucks everyday'Credit: EPA Carlson, who is one of Donald Trump's biggest cheerleaders said: "We have no clue what Joe Biden actually thinks, or even if he's capable of thinking. "He hasn't told us and no one's made him tell us for a full year.  "In fact, it's becoming clear there is no Joe Biden. The man you may remember from the 1980s is gone. "What remains is a projection of sorts, a hologram designed to...
    Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci said Sunday that President Donald Trump is “not physically or mentally capable” to lead and should drop out of the presidential race. “If he really loved the country, he would drop out. He’s not physically or mentally capable of being the president anymore, and he would do that,” Scaramucci told MSNBC’s “Weekends with Alex Witt” in reference to Trump’s coronavirus infection. The former Trump advisor suggested Trump would not be taking his advice and therefore hoped that “the American people give a landslide election result” to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. (RELATED: ‘A Little Surprise Visit’: Trump Takes Motorcade Out Around Walter Reed, Greets Supporters) “I think he’s very sick,” Scaramucci continued, theorizing that the doctors treating the president “are now part of the Trump reality distortion field. They’re either saying that stuff to comfort him, or they’re saying that stuff because he’s compelling them to say it.” During a Saturday news conference from Walter Reed hospital, where the president is being treated, doctors said Trump was doing “very well.” But other...
    Alex Henderson September 30, 2020 4:00PM (UTC) This article originally appeared on AlterNet. "Unhinged," "thuggish," "racist," "undisciplined" and "appalling" are among the many derogatory adjectives that have been used to describe President Donald Trump's performance during his debate with former Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday, September 29. But such adjectives were being used to describe Trump long before the debate, and one author who has not been shy about stressing that he considers Trump to be the most dangerous president of his lifetime is Noam Chomsky — who, in an interview with Smashing Interviews Magazine published this week, laid out a variety of reasons why he is so troubled by Trump's presidency. The fact that Chomsky considers Trump's presidency the absolute worst he has ever lived through is saying a lot considering his age. The left-wing author, now 91, was born in Philadelphia on December 7, 1928, when Republican Calvin Coolidge was still president and Herbert Hoover was four months away from being sworn into office. Chomsky is old enough to remember everything from the Great Depression and World War...
    President Donald Trump's campaign put out talking points in advance of Tuesday night's first presidential debate instructing GOP lawmakers and staff not to underestimate Democrat Joe Biden's debating ability.  The Hill obtained a campaign note warning that 'this may be where he shines,' pointing out that Biden participated in 11 Democratic primary debates, two vice presidential debates, ran for president three times and spent 43 years in the Senate, the world's 'greatest deliberative body.'  The campaign is likely trying to increase expectations for Biden, who is also known to be gaffe-prone and who Trump has called 'a dumb guy' and suggested is 'not all there.'  Democrat Joe Biden may 'shine' at Tuesday night's debate in Cleveland, Ohio warned President Donald Trump's campaign Monday, trying to increase expectations for Biden at the same time Trump has said the ex-vice president is 'not all there'  The Hill's Al Weaver obtained a document from the Trump campaign that contained talking points meant for GOP lawmakers and staff  The memo told Republicans not to underestimate Joe Biden's debating ability. 'This may be...
    MADELEINE Madeleine McCann prime suspect is an “evil psychopath” who's “capable of taking a small child”, a former partner-in-crime has revealed. Manfred  Seyferth, 64, also said he didn't see 43-year-old convicted paedophile and rapist Christian B for months after Madeleine disappeared in 2007. 12Christian B's former accomplice says he earned the nickname 'The Climber' because he was so good at breaking into holiday apartmentsCredit: Rex Features 12His pal also believes he is guilty of abducting Madeleine McCannCredit: EPA “Christian is a bad, bad man. He is evil," said drifter Seyferth. “I never liked him and he is a psychopath. He is obsessed with small children and I didn’t like it. “He always had a young girlfriend with him and I think he is easily capable of taking a small child.” In 2007, Seyferth lived in a caravan next to Christian's house, a few minutes drive from Praia da Luz. Seyferth, along with another pal Helge Busching, was the key witness in Christian's rape trial in Braunschweig, Germany, last December. 'HE'S A PSYCHOPATH' Talking of that time, he admitted: “I...
    Donald Trump claimed that he was 'genetically' capable of understanding nuclear weapons - because his uncle was a physicist. The President told North Korean leader Kim Jong-un that he knew about his nuclear test sites 'better than any of my people' because his uncle Dr. John Trump taught at MIT. But Dr. Trump's expertise was electrical engineering and there is no indication that Trump sought him out as a tutor. Trump also claimed that he does not need to be black to understand their point of view and can 'fully understand' their perspective - even though he is white. The extraordinary anecdotes are in 'Rage' the new book about Trump by Bob Woodward, the former Washington Post journalist who exposed the Watergate scandal in the Richard Nixon administration. Journalist Bob Woodward claims in his new book 'Rage' that Trump told Kim Jong-un that he was 'genetically' capable of understanding nuclear weapons during the historic 2018 summit Trump reportedly said he was 'genetically' capable  because his uncle Dr. John Trump (pictured) was a physicist. The president said: 'He was at...
    Donald Trump initiated a campaign shakeup this week, less than four months before Election Day. Never mind that Trump installed a man who was famously fired over Chris Christie’s Bridgegate scandal as his new campaign manager—Trump’s act of desperation is preposterously entertaining all on its own. It doesn’t matter how many times Trump shakes things up or who he puts in charge of his campaign, he’s still the candidate and there’s just no putting lipstick on that pig. What Trump doesn’t realize is that the only way to dig himself out of the hole his reelection campaign is in is to govern his way out of it. And Trump simply isn’t capable of governing. In fact, Trump’s not really capable of talking anymore, let alone producing fully formed thoughts or formulating strategies. That’s not a joke. Trump gave two speeches this week that were often so disorganized, they were incomprehensible. Trump’s Rose Garden speech Tuesday, which was supposed to center on China, turned into an hour-plus rambler that included excerpts like the following (from the official White House transcript): Cancel all asylum cooperation...
    Donald Trump initiated a campaign shakeup this week, less than four months before Election Day. Never mind that Trump installed a man who was fired over Chris Christie's Bridgegate scandal as his new campaign manager—Trump's act of desperation is preposterously entertaining all on its own. It doesn't matter how many times Trump shakes things up or who he puts in charge of his campaign, he's still the candidate and there's just no putting lipstick on that pig. What Trump doesn't realize is that the only way to dig himself out of the hole his reelection campaign is in is to govern his way out of it. And Trump simply isn't capable of governing. In fact, Trump's not really capable of talking anymore, let alone producing fully formed thoughts or formulating strategies.    That's not a joke. Trump gave two speeches this week that were often so disorganized, they were incomprehensible. Trump's Rose Garden speech Tuesday, which was supposed to center on China, turned into an hour-plus rambler that included excerpts like the following (from the official White House transcript):  Cancel...
    Two attorneys in St. Louis who pointed firearms at Black Lives Matter protesters had one of their guns seized by a city prosecutor who executed a search and seizure warrant on Friday. Their other gun was surrendered to police on Saturday. Personal injury attorneys Mark McCloskey and Patricia McCloskey went viral in late June after being caught on video holding what appears to be an AR-15 style rifle and an extremely small pistol, respectively. The rifle is now in the possession of city authorities. “We complied with the search warrant. They took my AR,” Mark McCloskey told local right-wing radio host Todd Starnes on Friday. “I’m absolutely surprised by this.” City of St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner “sought weapons held by Mr. and Mrs. McCloskey during June 28, 2020 in defense of themselves and their home at time of the march,” according to the couple’s former attorney Albert Watkins. The since-replaced attorney turned over the lesser gun to St. Louis detectives on Saturday after conferring with his former clients and their new attorney Joel Schwartz. In comments made...
    WE all saw what Paul Pogba is capable of against Tottenham — and now he has to show whether he wants to stay at Manchester United. With little else to talk about recently, it’s all been about how Pogba and Bruno Fernandes would work together. 2 Paul Pogba has to show he wants to stay at Man Utd after a great cameo against SpursCredit: Times Newspapers Ltd And they didn’t disappoint, linking up really well in the middle of the park. Pogba looked fit and right at it after a long lay-off, but whether he stays at Man United remains to be seen. While Pogba did well coming off the bench, Fernandes was the best player on the pitch. He must be a dream to play with, making those ahead of him better players. 2 Pogba has the chance to form a fine partnership with Bruno FernandesCredit: Reuters His vision is fantastic and his first thought is always forward, fizzing the ball into the attackers. MAN UTD NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest United news While United played very...
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