Justine Kish shit herself. #UFCOKC 👇 pic.twitter.com/dX936oi3h1— Davei Boi (@Davei_Boi) June 26, 2017ADVERTISEMENT 8 injured in foot bridge collapse in Negros Occidental Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ Marck Espejo shines in triumphant Thailand debut Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. New Queen: Hallasgo dethrones Tabal in Milo Marathon Magnitude 4.2 earthquake jolts Batangas LATEST STORIES End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Professional fighters have to endure a certain amount of stress before each bout and, on top of that, stay focused on their opponent.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnNow imagine balancing all that with an uncooperative gastrointestinal system.Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Strawweight Justine Kish experienced quite a fecal episode during her match with Felice Herrig during UFC Fight Night 112 over the weekend. With only 12 seconds remaining in their bout, the 29-year-old Russian-American fighter had to fend off an extremely tight choke to avoid being submitted.According to MMAJunkie, Kish was within seconds of losing consciousness but managed to squeeze out of the dangerous position.However, viewers were appalled to see several brown stains on the mat as she made her escape. Kish ultimately lost the fight by unanimous decision.Shortly after her messy episode, Kish took to Twitter to address her unusual case.Although she did not admit or deny outright her pooping accident, she seemed to take it in stride.ADVERTISEMENT Australian Open: A look at Serena, other things to know View comments Missile-capable frigate BRP Jose Rizal inches closer to entering PH Navy’s fleet I am a warrior, and I will never quit #ShitHappens haha be back soon.— Justine Kish (@JustineKish) June 26, 2017“I am a warrior, and I will never quit #Sh*tHappens haha be back soon,” she wrote. Khristian Ibarrola /raRELATED STORY:WATCH: MMA fighter brought to tears after brutal groin kickSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next WATCH: McGregor in awe of mural showing him punching Mayweather Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite MOST READ Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer
Sometimes the most exciting weekend activities are visits to places that are off limits to the mind. That makes the journey all the more fascinating; especially to places we don’t get to visit often. Bomi Lake is situated in the middle of the surrounding mountains and is about 300 feet deep. The area was once an iron ore mine owned by the Liberia Mining Company, which finally closed down in the late 1970s due to the reduction of iron ore on the world market.After we passed Tubmanburg, the capital city of Bomi County, the LIB Life team had to stop and ask for directions, as the road leading to the lake has no signs directing travelers on their expedition. The road from Tubmanburg to Bomi Lake is not that long but is a very rough, uphill terrain. It is recommended that a sport-utility or higher-built vehicle be used when accessing the lake. The lake is a regular hangout spot for many youth living in Tubmanburg. On the way up the mountain, there are groups of them going and coming from the place, and can readily give directions on the right way. It only took us a few minutes before we parked in front of our destination: a calm, beautiful lake with an amazing history.As we drove through the rock, the spectacular view revealed itself in the sun’s reflection on top of the water, giving it the blue surface from whence its name is derived. When our LIB Life team drove further down to the mouth of the lake, I noticed that the iron ore mining operations had left large cascading platforms on the mountains, but that was not all. I was surprised to find that the water had risen to the extent that it covered the vast hole left behind. I began to wonder where the water came from to fill the crater, since it is not linked to any flowing water sources. When I asked one of the boys who were taking care of the area to show me where the water came from, he pointed his finger directly up a mountain far above the lake in front of me. It became clear to me that the waters sprang from there and ran down into the crater. Indeed, the mark indicating the water’s origin and trail was clear. On that particular day, however, I saw no water running down into the crater, and I again asked why. He explained to me that we are in the dry season; but that when the rains arrive, the water will flow again. Whether rain or shine, however, the lake never rises above its banks, nor does it run dry.It was not just the color of the water that fascinated me but also its warmth, purity, and the incredible beauty of the entire environment. The singing of the weaver birds from their nest-covered trees rendered my mind stress free like never before and the cool air gave me a warm sense of relaxation. The site would be wonderful for a hotel or casino, and of course water sports. The water level is absolutely stable, making it a fantastic scuba diving spot. There is ample flat ground around the lake for picnics and other group or more private activities. The lake is managed by the office of the Mayor of Tubmanburg, which is responsible to keep it clean and safe. There is a cost to enter the facility: approximately L$100 per person and US$5 for vehicles. From the trip, I came away with the overwhelming conclusion that if Bomi Lake is properly taken care of, it definitely has the potential to rival any world-class tourist destination.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Dear Editor,We learnt that President David Granger has said that the “removal of custodial sentences for possession of small amounts of cannabis is on the cards for Guyana” in sections of the media.Editor, with the growing movement to legalise marijuana for medical purposes, the drug has become increasingly accessible, and its use has become more widely accepted. Its use is particularly common among young adults, with a high percentage endorsing its use.Many members of our local and international medical community have acknowledged the therapeutic value of the drug as well, but its social, health, and occupational risks remain as real as ever.Marijuana comes from the cannabis plant, also known as hemp. Marijuana is often smoked for the fastest delivery of its primary active ingredient.The buds and leaves can also be consumed in foods or liquids. While marijuana does come from a natural plant source, this does not necessarily mean that it is safe — many illicit drugs are derived from botanical sources, but can still have harmful effects.The American Medical Association (AMA) recognises that medical marijuana can play a role in treating nerve pain, preventing muscle spasms, and restoring appetite in people with chronic illness. But the AMA adds that the organisation wants to ensure that as a psychoactive drug, marijuana should be subject to the same safety precautions as any other drug in its class.In popular culture, smoking a joint is often considered no more harmful than having a beer, and many people who smoke pot enjoy the relaxing effects of the drug. In our stressful, accelerated world, marijuana can slow things down and make stress seem to melt away.In reality, though, marijuana can interfere with motor coordination, short-term memory, and concentration. And regular marijuana smoking can damage the respiratory tract.Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is the ingredient in marijuana that fosters dependence and leads to cravings with chronic marijuana use. Cravings can be triggered through neurological changes that disrupt the brain’s reward-seeking circuitry or by psychological issues like stress.Some susceptible users may even develop patterns of use that qualify as an addiction to marijuana, as categorised by the American Psychiatric Association. According to clinical guidelines, some of these signs may signal an addiction to marijuana.Withdrawal symptoms often resemble quite the opposite effects as those sought by using the drug in the first place, which means that if you smoke weed on a daily basis and you suddenly lose access to pot, you may start to feel angry and tense. Frequent or heavy smokers who stop using the drug may experience the mild withdrawal symptoms.You may know many people who smoke a joint now and then without developing any of the signs of addiction or dependence. You may even be one of these casual users yourself. But if you think there’s no danger of becoming dependent on marijuana, take a look at these statistics.Marijuana is a sedating drug that acts on the central nervous system to create a sense of relaxation, reduce sensations of pain, and impact several of your body’s involuntary processes.The primary components of marijuana – THC and cannabidiol – act on the cannabinoid receptors in the brain in the following ways.Like alcohol, marijuana can impede motor coordination and slow reaction times, making it dangerous to drive while you’re under its influence.In addition to altering the way you think, learn, and react to hazards, marijuana can affect the way you feel too.Marijuana is the most commonly-used illicit substance, and smoking is the most popular way to use marijuana – inhalation quickly delivers THC to the brain via the lungs.Marijuana smokers tend to inhale more deeply than tobacco smokers and release the smoke from their lungs more slowly. Regardless, marijuana smoke has been found to be significantly less carcinogenic and harmful than tobacco smoke, though this does not mean that it is safe. Some research continues to explore the relationship between marijuana use and lung cancer.Marijuana has been popular among teens for years, but a recent spike in marijuana use among young people has addiction experts worried. Statistics from Monitoring the Future, an ongoing study of youth in the United States, show that marijuana use among junior high and high school students has risen over the past few years.Marijuana is the second most widely-used substance among adolescents. During the adolescent years, the brain and body are still developing, so disruption of this development may cause lasting effects.Recovery requires a combination of approaches to address the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of substance abuse. Individual counselling can help you explore the reasons why you’ve come to depend on marijuana, while group therapy and drug education can provide you with valuable coping strategies for staying clean and sober.The focus is on behavioural therapy, the type of which will depend on the doctor and the user — most treatment programmes will adapt their therapy to the patient’s needs.It is also a common therapeutic technique that helps users address their reasons for abusing marijuana as well as teaches them how to resist future use and temptations by identifying faulty or unhelpful thoughts and beliefs around their use.I think that the President should not allow the legalisation of marijuana as it would not be of benefit to our society.Yours faithfully,Rooplall Dudhnath
Defending three-time champion Hamilton, who is just one point behind Rosberg after 10 of this year’s 21 races, was 0.143 seconds behind his rival as the pair secured their team’s sixth front-row lockout of the season.“It was a really challenging qualifying with the changing conditions all the time,” said Rosberg, 31.“I’ve been feeling really good out there the whole weekend in all conditions. I’m looking forward to the race and the great opportunity tomorrow.”Hamilton looked to be on course to take pole when on an improved best lap he came across Spaniard Fernando Alonso’s McLaren spinning off the track dangerously in front of him.The Briton had to take evasive action, which cost him time, before Rosberg came round and was able to continue without easing off.“It was unfortunate with Fernando, but these things happen,” said a stony-faced Hamilton, who has been gnawing away at Rosberg’s lead in the standings and is chasing a third win in succession.“I did the best I could do and it’s a long race tomorrow so I’ll give it everything I’ve got.”The two Red Bulls of Daniel Ricciardo, who was also affected by Alonso’s spin, and Dutch teenager Max Verstappen were third and fourth ahead of four-time champion Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari.Vettel’s team-mate Kimi Raikkonen was unable to progress from Q2 in the treacherous conditions.There was a whiff of controversy, with Red Bull team chief Christian Horner suggesting that the race stewards should investigate to see if Rosberg had lifted off sufficiently in response to double-waved yellow warning flags after the Alonso incident.But Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff moved swiftly to defend Rosberg, who signed a new two-year contract with the team on Friday.– Red flags abound –Spaniards Carlos Sainz of Toro Rosso and Alonso were sixth and seventh ahead of Briton Jenson Button in the second McLaren, Nico Hulkenberg of Force India and Valtteri Bottas of Williams, who was 10th fastest.Rosberg’s success brought him his 26th career pole position and his 50th front-row start for a race he has never won.Heavy rain delayed the start of Q1 by 20 minutes, flooding many parts of the paddock, including television commentary booths.“It’s pretty hairy out there, there’s a lot of spray and standing water,” said Williams deputy team chief Claire Williams.“The most important thing is the safety of our drivers.”When it did finally get going, there were four red flags in Q1 alone, as the drivers struggled badly.One of the victims was Swede Marcus Ericsson in his Sauber, slamming into advertising boards in front of a tyre barrier at Turn Ten, and bring another red flag with nine minutes remaining.Then his team-mate Felipe Nasr crashed. He was unhurt, but like Ericsson, his day was over.Another red flag, the fourth, with five minutes to go ensured a thrilling finale to Q1.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton in action during the third practice session for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone on July 9, 2016/PHOTO/AFPBUDAPEST, Hungary, July 23- Nico Rosberg rode his luck to grab pole position for Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in a prolonged qualifying session punctuated by rainstorms and red flags.The championship-leading German produced a fastest lap of one minute and 19.965 seconds at the end of a session stretched to nearly two hours by heavy rain and crashes in the hazardous conditions on the twisting Hungaroring circuit on Saturday.
0Shares0000LONDON, England, November 2- There is little doubt in my mind that Leo Messi will be the FIFA Ballon d’Or winner when the award is handed out in Zurich in January of next year. As much as it would be interesting to speculate about who else could win it, there is no point.There are a lot of fantastic footballers in the list of finalists unveiled on Tuesday, but Messi is the master.This is a man who is head and shoulders above everyone else in the world of football right now. This is someone who is probably, along with Diego Maradona, Pele and Zinedine Zidane, one of the best players who has ever walked the earth. He may be little, but any player wanting to wrestle the award away from him any time soon is going to have a tough time.As a matter of fact, arguably his closest competitor is Messi’s Barcelona teammate Xavi.Considering he led Spain to their first ever World Cup title last year, the midfielder should have been crowned the best player in the world in 2010.I have been a long time admirer of the playmaker’s skills and believe he should have won at least one individual award over the last couple of years.However, it is easy to understand why he didn’t. After all, he has a much flashier teammate who scores bags of goals every single year, so it was always going to be tough for him to come out on top.What about Cristiano Ronaldo, you ask? Well he is a phenomenal footballer, but the fact that Real Madrid have been playing second fiddle to Barcelona for the last few years, means he doesn’t have much of a chance to win the award right now.I know Cristiano reasonably well and I know he wants to be the best player in the world so badly it hurts. That’s why he arrives early and leaves training late so often.That’s why he has worked so hard on his body to become not only a gifted footballer but a powerful athlete as well. What I think is missing from Ronaldo’s CV is a career-defining goal.Messi had the slalom against Getafe a few years ago in the cup. He has since scored some unbelievable solo goals while Ronaldo has become more of a finisher who, though deadly, does not dribble as much or as well as the little Argentine.As far as the prize for best coach in the world is concerned, that has to go to Pep Guardiola, hasn’t it? It’s not what Barcelona win, it’s how they win it – with a brand of football that leaves everyone hypnotized.Pass after pass after pass and before you know it, the ball is in the back of the net. In my mind this is the best team the world has ever seen, and Guardiola has to get a lot of credit for their achievements.I can’t wait to see him at another club. This might be his last season at the Camp Nou and it will be curious to see whether he can adapt to a different philosophy of football, or press his way of thinking onto another club.Pedro Pinto is a sports anchor for CNN International.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
A document released today at the CanWEA’s 27th Annual Conference and Exhibition in Vancouver debuted “WindVision 2025”, stating that B.C. can satisfy 17 per cent of its projected electricity demands with clean, affordable wind energy by 2025.Windvision, A Strategy for British Columbia, describes the province’s significant advantage when it comes to wind energy and the resulting economic, social and environmental benefits that can be achieved with a stable and supportive policy environment.CanWEA believes that sharing wind energy as a percentage of total generation within B.C. can increase from its current 250 megawatts or 1 per cent of electricity demands, to 5,250 megawatts or 17 per cent by 2025.- Advertisement -Between now and 2025, CanWEA believes that following through with WindVision would result in $16 billion of investment in the province, with over $3.7 billion of direct benefits to B.C. communities during the construction phase alone. Implementation of the program would generate an estimated 22,500 person-years of employment during construction and 7,500 person-years of employment during the 20-25 year lifespan of the wind energy project.Robert Hornung, president of CanWEA says, “this province has a proud history of responsible and strategic development of its natural resources. The time is now for B.C. to act decisively to expand wind energy integration as a key energy component in building a stronger, cleaner and more affordable power system for B.C. families and businesses.”The WindVision document links the compatibility of wind energy with the province’s existing cleanenergy targets and B.C.’s expectation for cost-competitive, low-impact, zero-emission electricity. The report also demonstrates that wind energy is extremely cost-competitive when compared to conventional forms of new electricity generation. Pairing wind energy with the province’s existing hydroelectric infrastructure would result in an electricity system ideally suited for the future needs of British Columbians.Advertisement Currently, B.C. rates 6th in Canada in installed wind energy capacity, but that ranking will improve as wind energy captured just under half of the successful bids in B.C. Hydro’s 2008 Clean Power Call.To view the full WindVision document, visit the CanWEA official website.
“At this stage no more questioning of Karim Benzema is envisaged,” the judicial source told AFP.The Real Madrid striker had shares in a company which purchased a premises in Paris’ eighth district near the Champs Elysees to open a restaurant.Liberation newspaper said that “the footballer delegated all authority to his business partner … while giving a guarantee for the sum of 2.5 million euros for the sale”.The investigation concerns whether the purchase and the restaurant were used for money laundering from drug trafficking, a source close to the inquiry told AFP.According to Libération, the premises were sold “with a clear loss of two million euros”.Benzema, 28, is France’s leading goalscorer, but has been excluded from national duty since he was placed under investigation over an attempt to bribe France teammate Mathieu Valbuena for a sex-tape. Benzema has been accused of complicity in the attempt.An appeals court has upheld an investigating magistrate’s decision to lift restrictions placed on Benzema that prevented him from coming into contact with Lyon midfielder Valbuena, who was the target of the blackmail attempt.The French Football Federation faces sporting pressure to bring Benzema back into the national side. But Prime Minister Manuel Valls and other politicians have opposed any rehabilitation while the sex-tape inquiry goes on.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema is France’s leading scorer with 27 goals in 81 games. PHOTO/AFPPARIS, March 18 – French striker Karim Benzema, already at the centre of a sex-tape blackmail inquiry, has given evidence in a money laundering investigation, a judicial source told AFP.Benzema’s testimony was part of an inquiry opened last September by top financial investigating magistrate Renaud van Ruymbeke into alleged money laundering by a criminal gang, the source said.
1 Daniel Sturridge announced his return to action with a brilliant strike to help Liverpool down West Ham United 2-0.The Reds were stumbling to a 1-0 win when Raheem Sterling struck six minutes into the second half after being sent through on goal by Philippe Coutinho.But, 12 minutes after his introduction, Sturridge made sure of the win with an excellent goal as he thumped Coutinho’s assist into the back of the net.And having spent five months on the touchline he joyful broke out into his trademark celebration which sent the Reds up to seventh, leapfrogging their opponents from east London.Elsewhere, Manchester United avenged their 5-3 defeat to Leicester City earlier in the season as they beat the Foxes 3-1 at Old Trafford.The defeat in September marked a low point for Louis van Gaal’s side but today’s triumph sees them jump above Southampton and back into third spot in the Premier League.Dutch striker Robin van Persie isn’t at his best currently but he fired home, from what looked like an offside position, to give the Red Devils a lead just before the half-hour mark.And fellow off-form forward Radamel Falcao bundled the ball across the line five minutes later to make it 2-0 after Angel di Maria saw his shot saved by Mark Schwarzer.Wes Morgan’s own goal a minute before the break, as he attempted to duck out of the way of the ball, all but ended Leicester’s hopes of a result although Marcin Wasilewski did nod in a cross from Marc Albrighton to reduce the deficit for the division’s bottom club.Tottenham kept their own top four hopes alive as they thrashed West Brom 3-0 at the Hawthorns.If you were asked ahead of the match who had scored for Spurs it’s likely you would have answered correctly as Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane both found the net.The Dane was the first on the scoresheet as he curled a free-kick beyond the grasp of Ben Foster, just days after his wonder strike against Sheffield United.And with just 15 minutes gone starlet Kane lashed in a fantastic shot after picking up Mousa Dembele’s pass.The Baggies weren’t without their chances and Hugo Lloris twice made fantastic saves before the woodwork kept out a Craig Dawson header.Kane then hit his 20th goal of the season in all competitions as he rolled the ball home from the penalty spot, when Joleon Lescott was adjudged to have handled in the area, to complete the scoring.Sunderland were handed a huge boost in their battle for survival as they beat fellow basement battlers Burnley 2-0.Connor Wickham powered home the opener with a header before Jermain Defoe prodded Patrick van Aanholt’s left-wing centre.Victory moves Gus Poyet’s men up to 14th while Sean Dyche’s side sit just one point outside the relegation zone.Queens Park Rangers are now seven games without a win in all competitions as Stoke City brushed them aside 3-1 at the Britannia Stadium.Jonathan Walters bagged a hat-trick for the Potters as some shambolic Super Hoops defending allowed Mark Hughes’ side to get through on goal, while Niko Kranjcar tapped home their consolation.And in the afternoon’s other game, Romelu Lukaku’s early goal was enough to see Everton beat Crystal Palace 1-0 at Selhurst Park. Daniel Sturridge scores for Liverpool
Tom Bradshaw (Walsall) – Click the right arrow above for more possible Rangers signings… – The striker continues to be linked with a move away from the League One side but the Saddlers have announced Bradshaw will be wearing the no.9 shirt again next season hoping to stop speculation over his future. The Daily Record, however, report that Walsall have accepted his transfer request as Rangers lurk keen on a £900,000 bid. His absence from a recent friendly against Norwich looked like it had confirmed his exit, with Rotherham and Barnsley also attempting to sign him. Hal Robson-Kanu (Free Agent) – After a spectacular Euro 2016, the ex-Reading forward is likely to be in demand this summer, but Rangers could easily sneak in with a winning offer. Still only 27, he could be a hero in Scotland and push the Light Blues to a title challenge with his goals and excellent link-up play. 5 5 Rangers manager Mark Warburton has signed a new contract which ties him to the club until 2019.The ex-Brentford boss got the Gers back into the top-flight of Scottish football as they won the Championship last year, beating Falkirk, Hibernian and Raith Rovers to the title.Now Warburton must gear up his troops to battle with famous foes Celtic in the Scottish Premiership but to do so they will need to sign reinforcements and keep key stars.Clint Hill, Niko Kranjcar, Joey Barton, Matt Gilks, Josh Windass, Jordan Rossiter and Lee Hodson have already joined this summer, but reports suggest they will move for a striker and a centre-back.So, who could Rangers move for in the transfer market? Click the right arrow above to find out… Adrian Mariappa (Free Agent) – Jamaica international Mariappa left Crystal Palace at the end of the last campaign and is searching for pastures new. He made just three Premier League appearances last year but has plenty of experience following three seasons with the Eagles, as well as time with Reading and Watford, the club where he began his career. At 29 he would be a good signing for newly promoted Rangers. 5 5 5 Joe Dodoo (Leicester City) – Dont snigger at the name because the Foxes forward means business. The Daily Record claim the player has been in Glasgow and even trained with the club as they look to do a deal. He burst onto the scene last season, scoring a hat-trick on his debut against Bury in the League Cup and scored in the next round against West Ham too. Talking about a possible deal, he said: It’s a great club. Any player would be excited to play for a team like Rangers.” Dominic Ball (Tottenham Hotspur) – After playing at Ibrox on loan last season, Warburton would be mad not to attempt bring in the defensive star again either on loan, or in a permanent deal. Ball can play at the back or in midfield and would add some continuity for the Light Blues with several new signings already snapped up. The fact Spurs have Cameron Carter-Vickers also coming through the ranks could persuade them to let Rangers have him.
2 On that day, England had to come from behind twice with goals from David Beckham and Steven Gerrard saving them from humiliation, while another high-profile error from David Seaman marked his final appearance for the national team and Alan Smith was sent-off in stoppage time.England played at Leeds’ Elland Road in a pre-World Cup friendly against Costa Rica last summer and took on Switzerland at the King Power Stadium in Leicester after the tournament. REPLY ADVICE LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS England’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Kosovo will be played at Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium.The Football Association announced in March the Three Lions’ third home qualifier would be played away from Wembley.The match, which takes place on September 10, will be the second time St Mary’s has hosted a senior men’s fixture, following the 2-2 Euro 2004 qualifying draw with Macedonia in 2002. no dice BEST OF Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Gareth Southgate’s men will face Bulgaria at Wembley on September 7 in their first match after June’s inaugural Nations League finals.England kicked off their Euro 2020 qualification campaign with a 5-0 home win against the Czech Republic, before overcoming Montenegro 5-1. Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars REVEALED Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card REVEALED Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? England will play Kosovo in Southampton Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won 2 huge blow shining Gerrard struck against Macedonia in 2002