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Valencia fan spits at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during Arsenal star’s hat-trick celebrations

first_img Read More Video Settings Valencia could not handle Aubameyang in the second leg of the semi-final (Picture: Getty)After heartbreak at the semi-final stage of last season’s tournament, Aubameyang insisted Arsenal had learned from their errors.He said: ‘We have learned from last season and this year we didn’t make the same mistakes. Now we are through to the final.’Lacazette was also on the scoresheet for Arsenal and the Frenchman heaped praise on his fellow striker after the victory over Valencia.‘We reacted well to going behind and we knew we had to score a minimum of one goal tonight,’ he said. Manchester United captain Harry Maguire SPONSORED Comment by Metro 1/1 Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling 1 min. story Skip Full Screen Read More About Connatix V67539 Metro Sport ReporterThursday 9 May 2019 10:21 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link424Shares Skip Adcenter_img PLAY Lacazette praised his striker partner (Picture: Getty)‘Auba was unbelievable tonight with an incredible hat-trick, so thanks to him.‘We have played badly in Premier League during the last month and now we have to use this opportunity.‘We want to play in the Champions League next season and we want the trophy.’MORE: Mesut Ozil shushes Valencia fans after abuse from home supporters for time wasting Advertisement Aubameyang scored three in an impressive win (Picture: Getty)As Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrated a brilliant hat-trick for Arsenal in the Europa League, a furious Valencia fan appeared to spit at the striker.Arsenal blew Valencia away in the second leg of the semi-final with Aubameyang scoring three times in a 4-2 win for the Gunners in Spain.Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette were superb up front for Arsenal as Valencia tried, and failed, to stage a comeback after losing the first leg 3-1 at the Emirates.A thunderbolt finish in the 88th minute complete Aubameyang’s hat-trick, but there were ugly scenes during the celebrations due to one Valencia fan’s actions in the crowd.ADVERTISEMENT Read More AdvertisementAdvertisementTV cameras picked up one supporter aiming a spit ball at Aubameyang, although it didn’t have the legs to reach the pitch.While Valencia lick their wounds after being put to the sword by Arsenal, the Gunners can look forward to the Europa League final at the end of the month.Arsenal failed to qualify for the Champions League through the Premier League, but can still book their place in next season’s competition by winning the Europa League. / Coming Next Top articles Valencia fan spits at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during Arsenal star’s hat-trick celebrations Read More Read More Advertisement Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE last_img read more

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UK government backs dashboard – but industry must deliver

first_imgSource: Pension Dashboard ProjectExample of state pension information displayed on the pension dashboardRafferty said it had “always been envisaged” that the dashboard would be developed by the private sector and “facilitated” by government through legislation.He added: “Origo is fully committed to getting the pensions dashboard live for consumers. We have been working with the industry in preparation for delivery of a dashboard solution since 2015. In that time Origo has led research, developed and demonstrated prototypes, steered architecture design and conducted successful scalability testing for 15m citizens.”Bob Scott, senior partner at consultancy LCP, argued that the work of Origo and the ABI meant full support from government “isn’t necessarily essential”.“In all likelihood, building on that prototype will enable people to view their state pension forecast alongside valuations of their pension pots from those providers who are willing participants,” he said.However, Scott warned of “difficulties” in obtaining data from providers without sufficient digital records, and in coping with the myriad benefit structures within the UK’s defined benefit sector. Gregg McClymontGregg McClymont, director of policy at The People’s Pension and a former Labour party pensions spokesman, said: “Without the government’s lead on the pensions dashboard, it cannot become the one-stop shop that people need it to be. The state pension and public pensions are unlikely to be included, and unless the dashboard is backed up by legislation, savers won’t be able to see all their pots in one place as many providers simply won’t play ball. The point of it will be lost.”He urged the government to secure the involvement of a planned new financial guidance body to help facilitate the dashboard’s development. Former pensions minister Sir Steve Webb, now director of policy at Royal London, described the ministers’ statements as “a huge breakthrough after a period of uncertainty”, but emphasised that “only the government” could supply state pension data and legislate to ensure full coverage.Prototype work to continueThe ABI has pledged to continue its work on developing the dashboard, while Origo said it would meet providers later this month regarding its efforts.Anthony Rafferty, managing director at Origo, described McVey’s comments as “a holding statement” ahead of the publication of the government’s feasibility study. Guy Opperman addresses the PLSA conference in October 2017The ministers’ statements marked a softening of the government’s stance on the dashboard. In October last year, Opperman told an industry conference the government would take the lead on the project, building on prototypes developed by the Association of British Insurers and technology company Origo.“Be in absolutely no doubt: The dashboard will happen,” Opperman said at the time.However, by July this year there had been no developments from the government and a UK newspaper reported that McVey was considering abandoning support for the dashboard.Nigel Peaple, director of policy and research at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA), which represents UK pension schemes, said it was “absolutely vital” that the government remained “closely involved” with the project.  He added: “The PLSA has long said that government participation is essential to the success of this project, both to give the public confidence in the tool and to ensure all parts of the pension sector and other key stakeholders are fully involved.” The UK government must legislate to force providers to contribute information to a proposed pension dashboard, industry commentators have said.Two ministers yesterday issued statements broadly supporting the creation of a “dashboard” to collate information about individuals’ retirement savings, after weeks of speculation that the government was set to drop its support for the project.However, the statements suggested that private companies would have to develop the model. Commentators also voiced concern that there was no promise of government legislating to provide state pension data to the dashboard, or to force providers to supply data.Esther McVey, the minister for work and pensions, said yesterday that the dashboard concept “offers a great opportunity to give people straightforward access to their pension information in a clear a and simple format – bringing together an individual’s savings in a single place online”. “It’s clear there is broad support for the concept of a dashboard and its potential to empower those putting money away for their futures,” she added. “By taking a leading role, and harnessing their knowledge, industry can develop a dashboard that works for pensions holders – and government will help facilitate this.”Guy Opperman, parliamentary under-secretary for pensions and financial inclusion, said in a written statement to parliament that the government’s feasibility work on the project “has made it clear that we should not underestimate the size or complexity of the challenge”.He added: “We will continue to engage with industry on this model and government will protect pension savers and personal information by legislating where necessary.”The work and pensions department would report on the results of its feasibility study “shortly”, Opperman said.Government support – but form is uncertainlast_img read more

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Concerns grow over deadly pig virus

first_img 171 Views   no discussions The virus has proved to be particularly deadly for young pigsFrance is expected to suspend pig-related imports from a number of countries as worries grow over the spread of a deadly swine virus.Porcine Epidemic Diarrhoea Virus (PEDv) has killed some seven million piglets in the US in the past year.The disease has also been found in Canada, Mexico and Japan.While the virus isn’t harmful to humans or food, France is concerned over the potential economic impact and is set to suspend imports of live pigs and sperm.PEDv is spread in faecal matter and attacks the guts of pigs, preventing them from absorbing liquids and nutrients.Older animals can survive but fatality rates among piglets run between 80% and 100%.So virulent is the agent that one expert estimated that a spoonful of infected manure would be enough to sicken the entire US herd.The disease is believed to have its origins in China, according to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE).“According to the information from genetic analyses, there is some similarity with a strain from Asia,” director-general Dr Bernard Vallat told BBC News.“But the evidence of the crossing from Asia to the US is not yet established. For the moment it is not possible to make a final conclusion on the formal link, it is a suspicion.”In North America, the disease has moved rapidly, with around 4,000 outbreaks in 30 US states, in four Canadian provinces and in parts of Mexico.Virus on the moveExperts in the field believe that lax biosecurity is an important factor.In June last year, a US study found that 17% of trucks going into a slaughterhouse were positive for the infection.“They also discovered that 11% of the trucks that had been negative when they went into the slaughterhouse were subsequently positive when they left,” said Dr Zoe Davies from the UK’s National Pig Association (NPA).“It’s how many animals you are moving around, that’s how its being spread.”Another factor that is making the disease more difficult to stop is the use of dried pig blood in feedstuffs that are given to weaned piglets.pigsChina has seen a number of outbreaks of deadly pig diseases in recent years and it is believed that PEDv originated there“The feed is suspected,” said Dr Bernard Vallat from OIE.“Blood from slaughterhouses with insufficient heat treatment is suspected to be the origin. We don’t have a scientific publication on that but it is highly suspected,” he said.The French move to suspend the importing of live pigs, some by-products and pig sperm is being seen as a reaction to the lack of action at EU level.In the UK, the NPA says it has already secured support from all major importers to restrict pigs from infected countries. It says that more than 92% of pigs reared in the UK are not fed on blood products.However the use of these feeds is more widely used in other EU countries, where movement of animals is also widespread.There are concerns that if the virus was to gain a foothold in Europe it could lead to huge economic losses especially for breeders in Denmark, the Netherlands and Germany.While the issue has been discussed by the EU Commission, there has been no agreement yet to restrict imports.According to agency reports, French government officials say their suspension has been made while “waiting for a European decision”.PEDv was first diagnosed in the UK in 1971 but that strain was a milder form and pigs quickly adapted to it and became immune.However the fact that European pigs have a history of exposure to a related virus may give some hope of protection, according to Dr Vallat.“It circulated before in Europe but it was a different strain. If there is some remaining circulating virus there is a possibility that animals would be protected – but it is not sure.”This perspective though is challenged by Dr Zoe Davies who says that Europe is now highly vulnerable to the infection.“Everyone seems to think that because we’ve had versions of PEDv in the past we will have some immunity to this new strain and we know categorically that this is not the case.”“We’ve tested our own herds and we think around 10% of the animals have antibodies to the older strains, we are effectively a naive herd, which is why we are worried.”In the US, pig prices have risen considerably as a result of the losses to the virus while demand for pork shows no sign of abating. According to pig producers in the US, the industry is in for a strong financial year.“One of the consequences of the problem, the restriction of the products in the market, mean perhaps prices could grow,” said Dr Vallat.“For the non-infected herds it is good news.”BBC News Sharing is caring! Share Sharecenter_img Share Tweet HealthInternationalLifestylePrint Concerns grow over deadly pig virus by: – May 3, 2014last_img read more

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DFB explains decision to probe Bundesliga’s US protests

first_img Promoted ContentThe 9 Best Robots In Movie HistoryCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeeThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day? Loading… Read Also:Here’s how much it cost to hire Ronaldo for a day “I have huge respect for players who take a stance and show their solidarity. We need responsible players like them and I am proud of them,” he said. “From a moral standpoint, I completely understand their actions on the weekend. There is no one who isn’t moved by what has happened in the USA.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Despite the decision DFB president Fritz Keller praised the four individuals’ protests. The German FA (DFB) said on Monday they were forced to investigate three Bundesliga players for protesting against racism and police brutality in the US due to the rules governing football around the world. Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho shows a “Justice for George Floyd” shirt as he celebrates after scoring on Sunday Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho and Achraf Hakimi as well as Schalke’s US midfielder Weston McKennie called for justice for George Floyd who died last week after a white policeman in Minneapolis held his knee on the handcuffed man’s neck for several minutes. Borussia Moenchengladbach’s Marcus Thuram took a knee after scoring to echo the gesture by former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, whose decision to do so during in 2016 sparked outrage. The first three are being reviewed by the DFB’s Control Body which is following guidelines from the sport’s lawmakers, the International Football Association Board.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Lampard: Chelsea still a work in progress, but we’ll be back

first_img Asked specifically about their performance at Bayern, Lampard insists the defeat was still a good experience for his young side, which included five Englishmen in the XI and 14 academy players in the squad. “It’s a good exercise for us to go up against Bayern and their Champions League experience, with a lot of our players having debut seasons. When you match our Champions League appearances compared to theirs, I saw lots of good things in the team and also some of the bad we have seen this season. “We had individual errors that gave them goals and at this level that will finish you off. “I can see where I want us to go and I know we’ll be back.” Chelsea shipped 79 goals in 55 games in all competitions in the 2019/20 season, an average of 1.44 per game, their worst ratio since the 1990/91 campaign (1.64 goals per game conceded). read also:Bayern Munich subdue Chelsea  4-1, qualify on  7-1 aggregate Chelsea conceded seven goals in a two-legged European tie for the first time in their history; their six-goal margin of defeat on aggregate is the second-worst by an English club in the Champions League, behind only Arsenal’s eight-goal aggregate loss also against Bayern Munich in 2016/17 (10-2). They have also now been eliminated in their last five Champions League knockout ties, going out at the last-16 stage on the last four occasions they have reached the stage (2014/15, 2015/16, 2017/18, 2019/20). FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Chelsea are still very much a work in progress after their humbling 7-1 aggregate defeat by Bayern Munich in the Champions League last 16, according to Frank Lampard. Lampard ended his first Chelsea season with two disappointing defeats, the 2-1 FA Cup final loss against Arsenal and Saturday’s 4-1 second-leg defeat by Bayern, and the club legend insists nobody should be under any illusion about their current situation. A three-time Premier League winner and Champions League winner with Chelsea, Lampard insists times have changed since they were last competing at the top of the Premier League and in Europe. Speaking to BT Sport, Lampard said: “It’s not a slight work in progress, It is a work in progress. It is not the norm for Chelsea. In the last 20 years we had players, teams with prime [Eden] Hazard and [Diego] Costa, prime [Petr] Cech, [John] Terry and [Didier] Drogba. Competing for the Premier League title year on year, getting to finals and semi-finals regularly. We know that’s not the case [now]. “We lost the best player in the league pretty much in Eden Hazard. People would not normally commend coming fourth for Chelsea, we want more but the feeling is we have achieved something with the group we have. Now is the time to think where we can improve.” Chelsea have already signed Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner for next season, with Kai Havertz heavily linked, but having conceded goals at a higher rate this term than any season since 1991, Lampard knows they can strengthen further. On improving the squad, he said: “We will look at that. We have worked at it already. You feel we missed where other clubs spent and improved. Recruitment is a huge part of football. Now is the time to see if we can improve and where we can improve. “I feel like in a football sense I know where we can improve.” Promoted ContentPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?A Museum To Rihanna’s Glory Could Soon Be Opened7 Worst Things To Do To Your PhoneWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?center_img Loading… last_img read more

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Pele is depressed, reclusive due to health issues, says son

first_imgSAO PAULO (Reuters) – Brazilian soccer great Pele is depressed over his poor health and reluctant to leave the house because he cannot walk unaided, his son Edinho said in an interview published in Brazil on Monday.Pele, widely considered to be one of the greatest footballers in history and who will be 80 in October, has had hip trouble for years and now needs a frame to walk. Many of his recent public appearances have been in a wheelchair.“He’s pretty fragile. He had a hip replacement and didn’t have an adequate or ideal rehabilitation,” Edinho told TV Globo.“So he has this problem with mobility and that has set off a kind of depression. Imagine, he’s the King, he was always such an imposing figure and today he can’t walk properly.“He’s embarrassed, he doesn’t want to go out, be seen, or do practically anything that involves leaving the house,” his son added. “He is very sheepish, reclusive.”Edinho said he had argued with his father because he had not done the physiotherapy called for after a hip operation.Pele, the only player to win three World Cups, spent most of his career with Brazilian team Santos before moving to New York Cosmos in the 1970s.This summer will mark the 50th anniversary of the striker’s third World Cup title, won in Mexico in 1970 with what many people believe is the greatest team of all time.last_img read more

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Tridents botch run chase as brilliant Zouks make history

first_imgPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, (CMC) – Reigning champions Barbados Tridents bungled a straightforward run chase to slump to shock defeat as St Lucia Zouks made history with the lowest total ever defended in Caribbean Premier League history here Sunday.The result seemed a foregone conclusion when leg-spinner Hayden Walsh’s three-wicket haul sent Zouks tumbling for 92 off 18 overs – the joint second lowest total in the franchise history and lowest in this year’s tournament.However, Tridents then showed precious little intent as their run chase meandered aimlessly, and were three runs short of their target at the end to plunge to their second defeat in as many days and their fifth in seven games.They were suffocated by Zouks’ slow bowlers, leg-spinner Javelle Glen grabbing two for 11 from his three overs and left-armer Zahir Khan along with off-spinners Mohammad Nabi and Roston Chase combining to dry up the scoring in miserly spells.Tridents were still in the contest with nine runs needed from the final over but Chase held his nerve and conceded only five, to complete a quite remarkable turnaround for Zouks.With 10 points from five wins, Zouks lie second to leaders Trinbago Knight Riders, and on the verge of a spot in the final four.Kesrick Williams appeals successfully for an lbw decision against Barbados Tridents captain Jason Holder on Sunday.Sent in on a turning Queen’s Park Oval pitch, Zouks struggled from the outset when they lost Rahkeem Cornwall (6) to the fourth ball of the morning and Andre Fletcher (6) in the following over, to slump to 12 for two.Leniko Boucher (18), in his first match of the tournament, then paired with Chase (14) to post the best stand of the innings as they added 30 for the third wicket.Mis-stumped on 12 by Shai Hope in the fifth over, Boucher perished in the following over when he was bowled by Walsh missing a badly timed cut.When Walsh bowled Chase with a full length delivery in his next over, Zouks were tottering on 50 for four in the ninth over and there was no recovery as the last eight wickets tumbled spectacularly for just 42 runs.There was no sign of the drama to come when Johnson Charles punched four fours in 39 from 42 deliveries in a 32-run stand with Hope (14).Seamer Kesrick Williams (2-12) got the breakthrough when he brought one back sharply to hit Hope in front in the sixth over, extending the right-hander’s wretched run of form that has seen him scrape 113 runs from seven innings.And even when the in-form Kyle Mayers was beaten and bowled for two by a beauty from Zahir in the seventh over with five runs added, Tridents were still hot favourites to take full points.But the wheels began to come off when captain Jason Holder was deceived by a brilliant full length slower ball from seamer Kesrick Williams (2-12) and trapped lbw for one at the start of the 10th, and Charles holed out to long on off Glen at the start of the 14th over.Still, the task remained a simple one with Tridents needing 22 runs from the last five overs but nerves became frayed when Corey Anderson (11) was bowled by Nabi in the 18th and Rashid Khan (2) picked out long on with Glen in the penultimate over.Chase was then brilliant in the final over, keeping Ashley Nurse (12) scoreless off the first ball and then getting him to hole out to mid-wicket off the second.Raymon Reifer then missed a swipe at high wide full toss that was there for the taking before punching a couple to backward point and scrambling a bye off the fifth.With six runs needed from the final ball, Nyeem Young spanked a low full toss to deep cover but it was not enough to save Tridents.last_img read more

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Laura Hurff uses speed to excel as Syracuse midfielder

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 4, 2015 at 9:09 pm Contact Sam: sjfortie@syr.edu | @Sam4TR Laura Hurff ran over, set down her practice jersey, stick and banana and extended her hand. The sophomore midfielder hasn’t stopped running all season since she finished first in the team’s 2,000-meter fitness test.Freshman Roos Weers, who plays behind Hurff at back, said Hurff’s speed and seeming inability to feel tired helps stop opposing offenses.“I don’t like (practicing against her),” Weers said. “She’s running a lot. Running is not my strongest part. … If we are on the line, I always try to keep someone in front of me (in line) so I don’t have to go against her.”Hurff runs into the postseason faster, stronger and without the lingering injures which bothered her during the 2014 postseason, due to a changed diet and extra workouts. This time around, the Newark, Delaware native has switched positions, playing midfield as she did in high school. The Orange begins postseason play on Friday at 1 p.m. in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament in Charlottesville, Virginia. After a first-round bye, No. 1 seed Syracuse (16-0, 6-0) will play the winner of Duke-Virginia.When the Orange beat Virginia 3-1 on Sept. 25, teammates said Hurff was instrumental in holding one of the nation’s best midfields scoreless. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Laura’s one of the fastest and fittest people I’ve ever seen,”said teammate Alma Fenne, who played at the highest level in Europe. “She’s nice to have at the left midfielder because …no other girl can run at her and pass her because she’s always faster than the opponent.”Head coach Ange Bradley never even thought of Hurff as a midfielder until seeing her attack and “shed layers” at the position with Team USA’s U-21 team in the summer. She realized Hurff, who played forward freshman year, had potential elsewhere; especially considering SU lost two of its top midfielders from 2014, Lieke Visser and Kati Nearhouse.During preseason, Bradley mixed Hurff into drills with the midfield. She never left.Hurff went into Manley Field House for the extra, 90-minute workouts on Monday and Wednesday mornings. Under the direction of assistant strength and conditioning coach Corey Parker, she did lifts, leg work and arm work. In 2014, Hurff played the postseason at less than 100 percent with an ailing lower back, tight legs and sore hip flexors.“It didn’t stop me from performing, but wasn’t helping, obviously,” Hurff said. “(The extra lifts) have helped my body feel OK throughout the season and not having — knock on wood — any of those kinks as much as I did last year.”Hurff also switched up her diet, eating only natural peanut butter and smoothies or oatmeal for breakfast. She became more conscious fueling her body.Hurff now controls the ball and often the flow of the game, distributing from the backs to the forwards. She cringes at the memory of watching tape of her freshman games, when she’d gain possession and feel “frantic” to do something, anything with it.Throughout the season, Hurff has learned to read situations and discern when to push the ball forward and when to drop it to the backs and slow the pace.“When she gets the ball, she brings (calm) to the play,” Weers said. “She brings chill on the ball. It’s why she’s so good.”Hurff’s speed translates in the offensive zone as well. She passes defenders with the “throw-go,” a move used in one-on-one situations when the offensive player throws the ball into space behind the defender then runs to collect it.It’s Hurff’s signature.Usually the move is used to free up Hurff so she can pass to forwards who sprint toward the goal like she used to. She misses that part of playing forward, she said. But now she dictates the tempo and slows some of the country’s best offenses.“Oftentimes, you don’t even see (Hurff’s contributions),” Weers said. “Sometimes she’s invisible. But invisible in the best way.” Commentslast_img read more

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Bolt to Play in Star-studded UNICEF Match

first_imgTRACKS TO THE TURFEight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt has confirmed his participation in the 2018 Soccer Aid Charity match.The Jamaican sprint King will captain the ‘Rest of the World’ XI against the ‘England’ team lead by pop star Robbie Williams. The match kicks off at Old Trafford on June 10. Bolt, who announced his participation in the charity match on social media, teased that he signed for South African football club Sundowns on Monday.“It is my dream to make it as a professional footballer, so to be able to step out onto the pitch at Old Trafford in June, and play against some of football’s biggest legends is going to be remarkable,” Bolt told Manchester United’s official website.“I enjoy the thrill of competition in front of a crowd, so Robbie and his England team better watch out as I won’t be going easy on them!“I’ve got a pretty special celebration planned for when I score, by the way. My team is going to be unbeatable – and Soccer Aid for Unicef is counting on your support to make a difference to thousands of children around the world. Come and join in the fun!”The Olympian appeared in a photo holding a Sundowns shirt with his name on the back and wrote “I’ve signed for a football team!” on Twitter ahead of the announcement.The Unicef supported initiative – which has raised over $30million in the last decade – raises money for underprivileged children across the world, providing them with food, vaccines and clean water.Previous editions of the charity match have featured the likes of Hollywood stars Will Ferrell and Woody Harrelson, as well as former greats Zinedine Zidane and Diego Maradona.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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