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Sunday, January 21, 2018

Simi plays chief bridesmaid role as her mother weds

Early this year, there was a viral report that Ms. Jedidiah Ogunleye 'Love don't care' crooner,  Simi's mum will be getting married this January.
Ms. Jedidiah Ogunleye and her estranged husband got separated in 1997 and she’s been single ever since. Simi’s mom who shared the testimony of her engagement at church on the eve of the New Year, said:

“I joined this church for over 20 years as a sinner. I will like to say a big thank you to Pastor Sam. My desire has always been to get married. Every Sunday, I’m always ushering couples to their seat and I love to see these couples ushered into the church because marriage is something I so much desire. Getting married has always been a particular goal I rewrite every year. My daughter Simi once told me that “mummy, this church you are going, it’s just young boys and youths that attend this church, you may never find a man of your age in that church.” But I trusted God too much.

Just this year a man walked into my life and as you can see, I am now engaged and would be getting married in January 2018."

According to sources present, just before the singer’s mom began sharing her testimony, the congregation was already screaming and Simi’s mom had to keep the congregation quiet in order to be heard. She was full of great excitement as she showed off her ring to the whole church.

Well,the singer's mum walked down the aisle and Simi played Chief Bridesmaid role at the event.

Manchester City at the top,Utd eye Sanchez

Sergio Aguero scored a hat-trick as Manchester City restored their 12-point lead at the top of the Premier League with a 3-1 win at home to Newcastle United on Saturday.

City's 30-match unbeaten run in the league, which spanned two seasons, came to a dramatic end with a 4-3 defeat by Liverpool at Anfield last week.

But their return to winning ways here had manager Pep Guardiola proclaiming his side needed 10 more victories to be crowned champions.

Their advantage at the top of the table had been cut to single figures, for a few hours at least, when second-placed Manchester United beat Burnley 1-0 earlier on Saturday.

Normal service resumed in the day's late kick-off, though, with Aguero glancing in Kevin De Bruyne's cross in the 34th minute to open the scoring at the Etihad.

The Argentina striker then converted a 63rd-minute penalty awarded after Raheem Sterling tumbled in the box following a tug by Javier Manquillo.

But struggling Newcastle scored against the run of play four minutes later when a rare lapse saw Jacob Murphy sprint through and finish in composed fashion.

Aguero, however, put the result beyond doubt when City's all-time leading goalscorer completed his 11th hat-trick for the club seven minutes from time following a superb run and pass from Leroy Sane.

"We needed it (this win) after last week," Aguero told BT Sport. "It's a long season though and we've not won anything yet."

'DIDN’T PANIC'

Guardiola added: "We need 10 more wins to be champions...It was important how we reacted at 2-1, we didn't panic."

Meanwhile, Arsenal showed there was plenty of life after Alexis Sanchez as they beat Crystal Palace 4-1 without the United-bound Chilean forward.

With Sanchez inching towards a £35 million (39.6 million euros, $48.5 million) transfer to United rather than City, Gunners manager Arsene Wenger left him out of his matchday squad.

Any fears Arsenal might falter up front without him proved groundless as they surged into a 4-0 lead inside 22 minutes at the Emirates Stadium thanks to goals from Nacho Monreal, Alex Iwobi, Laurent Koscielny, Alex Iwobi and Alexandre Lacazette before Luka Milivojevic pulled one back for Palace late on.

Arsenal remain outside the top four but heartened manager Wenger said: "We played our real game in the first half, real pace and real combination."

UNITED 'SO CLOSE' TO SANCHEZ

At Turf Moor, United striker Anthony Martial scored a 54th-minute winner with his third league goal in as many matches.

Jose Mourinho left midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan, the proposed makeweight in the Sanchez deal, out of his matchday squad and afterwards the United manager indicated the transfer saga was nearing an end.

"Expect soon or never," he said. "So close, so close, so close...I know my people are doing absolutely everything they can."

But Wenger warned: "Sanchez will only happen if Mkhitaryan comes here, that will be decided in the next 48 hours."

Chelsea won 4-0 away to Brighton as the reigning English champions leapfrogged Liverpool, who play Swansea on Monday, into third place.

The Blues' first win of 2018 saw Eden Hazard score twice with a goal in each half, while Willian and Victor Moses were also on target.

On a day when all Premier League fixtures were preceded by a minute's applause honouring former West Bromwich Albion and England forward Cyrille Regis, a trailblazer for black players who died aged 59 last week, the Baggies drew 1-1 with Everton.

Jay Rodriguez gave West Brom an early lead before Theo Walcott, on his Everton debut following a midweek move from Arsenal, laid on an equaliser for Oumar Niasse in the 70th minute.

But the sight of Toffees midfielder James McCarthy going off with a broken leg cast a shadow over Everton boss Sam Allardyce's 1 000th game as a manager.

New Stoke manager Paul Lambert won his first game in charge of the Potters as they beat Huddersfield 2-0 with second-half goals from Joe Allen and Mame Biram Diouf to climb out of the relegation zone.

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Nigerian movie star,Genevieve Nnaji in collaboration with Flavour and Masterkraft In "Lion Heart"

Nigerian movie star, Genevieve Nnaji has refused to comment on reports flooding the net that she will be replacing Fuunke Akindele on the cast list of the Avengers; Infinity Wars.

The actress rather has been focusing on her own movie project and has sealed up a collaboration with Highlife singer, Flavour and music producer, Masterkraft for her coming movie, The Lion Heart.

Genevieve Nnaji has gotten the services of top musicians, Masterkraft and Flavour to help her with the theme songs for her movie. She shared shots of them in a musical booth working on the tracks. See below...

Nigerian movie star,Genevieve Nnaji in collaboration with Flavour and Masterkraft In "Lion Heart"

Nigerian movie star, Genevieve Nnaji has refused to comment on reports flooding the net that she will be replacing Fuunke Akindele on the cast list of the Avengers; Infinity Wars.

The actress rather has been focusing on her own movie project and has sealed up a collaboration with Highlife singer, Flavour and music producer, Masterkraft for her coming movie, The Lion Heart.

Genevieve Nnaji has gotten the services of top musicians, Masterkraft and Flavour to help her with the theme songs for her movie. She shared shots of them in a musical booth working on the tracks. See below...

Manchester City gave up on signing Alexis Sanchez

Pep Guardiola has suggested Manchester City gave up on trying to sign Alexis Sanchez because of the player's high wage demands.

Sanchez looked set to leave Arsenal for the Etihad Stadium until Premier League leaders City ended their pursuit on Monday, leaving the way clear for second-placed Manchester United to move in.

The Chile forward has agreed a four-and-a-half year contract at Old Trafford, worth a reported basic weekly wage of £365 000 with image rights and bonuses taking that above £500 000.

City's highest-earning players, by comparison, are on around £220 000 a week, and Guardiola did not feel that offering a significantly higher wage to a new signing would benefit the squad as a whole.

It is understood the City manager was also unsure about bringing in Sanchez, whom he worked with at Barcelona, mid-season; having failed to secure a deal last August he would have preferred to wait until the summer, when the player's Arsenal contract was set to expire.

"In my time at Barcelona, my time at Bayern Munich and now here, I never pushed the club to say I want those players when the club believes and says that the price is too much," Guardiola said Friday.

"I respect that decision and I move forward to look for another solution because the stability of the club is the most important thing."

'SPENT A LOT OF MONEY'

Guardiola, whose table-toppers play Newcastle on Saturday, has spent heavily in reshaping City's squad since his arrival from Bayern in July 2016.

Last summer alone, he spent more than £200 million on five players, with around £120 million of that going on three full-backs, in Kyle Walker, Benjamin Mendy and Danilo.

City's Premier League rivals have also been willing to pay significant sums for high-quality players, though, with Liverpool buying centre-back Virgil van Dijk from Southampton for £75 million earlier this month, and Manchester United paying £89 million for Paul Pogba at the start of last season.

Guardiola thinks Paris Saint-Germain's world-record £198 million signing of Neymar from Barcelona last August set the bar for the current transfer market.

"We have spent a lot of money, I'm not denying it," he said. "The problem is we had to spend a lot to change the oldest squad in the Premier League. That doesn't happen in one transfer window. We needed more time.

"Normally we try to be stable with the wages of the players because I think it is good for the team and stability of the club.

"It's £50 million today but years ago it was £20 million. In the past, what the club did, was at that price. Maybe in the future more clubs will spend more than £100 million on one player, like some teams already have. I think the prices next summer will be higher than this winter."

City remain stretched in attack, with Sergio Aguero their only fit senior centre forward as Gabriel Jesus continues to recover from knee ligament damage.

Guardiola, though, has no intention of trying to sign another out-and-out striker, saying Raheem Sterling can move in from the wing if needed, as he did when City won 2-1 at Manchester United in December.

"We have the two strikers and we do not need another one in that position," the City boss explained. "Other players can play there in different circumstances. To buy a striker who can only play there: that is not going to happen.

"Raheem can play there. He did at Old Trafford and in the United States in pre-season.

"He showed me that he can handle that pressure without problems. He's more of a winger, a No 10, but we are not going to buy a striker."

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Friday, January 19, 2018

Alexis Sanchez huge wages concerns Dyche

Alexis Sanchez's huge wages, should his deal to Manchester United be completed, will cause inflation in the game with an impact on smaller clubs, Burnley manager Sean Dyche said on Thursday.

Sanchez could make his debut for United against Dyche's team at Turf Moor on Saturday if the transfer from Arsenal is completed in time.

British media reported that United are prepared to pay the striker more than £350 000 per week, which would make him the highest earner in the Premier League. Burnley's top earning players are believed to be on around a tenth of that figure.

"It creates a tougher challenge because every time one of the super powers spends enormous money on a player that drip-feeds down the market," Dyche said.

"So every player you then phone about has miraculously gone considerably up in value because they'll look and say it doesn't mean he's as good but he must be somewhere nearer on a sliding scale," he added.

"So where does the next move from us come from? Where's the next valuation on one of our players or one of our targets?"

Although Burnley have one of the smaller budgets in the Premier League, they have risen to seventh place this season but Dyche says the gap between the rich clubs and others remains significant.

“There’s a talent pool for that top end of the market and we have to look at a different market. I don't think any of us are surprised by the gap in the Premier League, I think it's been there a long time and it's getting harder year on year since the business model for football has changed," he said.

"The problem is the clubs are moving forward and we're at the back of it, and it's hard to keep up. But that's the ongoing challenge of being at Burnley Football Club and I enjoy that challenge," Dyche added.