In a lengthy message posted on
his Instagram account, Messi also took another swipe at the Barca
board, led by president Josep Maria Bartomeu, whom he accused of
undermining the players during recent negotiations.
clubs are expected to follow suit in applying temporary pay cuts, as
football’s hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic leaves a number of
them fighting for financial survival.
remember when I was at school I was on free meals and my mum wouldn’t
get home until around six o’clock so my next meal would have been about 8
o’clock. I was fortunate, and there are kids in much more difficult
situations that don’t get their meals at homes.”
It stated this in a series of tweets posted via its verified Twitter handle on Thursday afternoon.
The commission said the discoveries followed an attempt to end tax fraud in the lottery business, adding that only 21 operators and 18 firms were licensed by the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC).
“The 35 illegal companies’ names were unravelled during an investigation on the operations of lottery companies in the country, supported by a document from the National Lottery Regulatory Commission, NLRC, based on request from the EFCC.
Among LaLiga’s most exciting defensive rising
stars is Real Valladolid centre-back Mohammed Salisu, whose solid and
composed displays in his debut season suggest a long and highly
successful career is ahead of him.
Ghanaian centre-back has been one of the most impressive defenders at
any La Liga Santander club in 2019-20, getting the better of personal
duels with forwards as experienced and talented as Atletico de Madrid’s
Alvaro Morata, Real Sociedad’s Willian Jose and Real Betis’ Borja
Having only made his La Liga Santander debut last
August, Salisu has started 26 of Valladolid’s first 27 games, as part of
a solid defence which has been key to Sergio Fernandez’s team spending
most of the campaign well clear of the drop zone.
Born in Accra in 1999, Salisu was signed by
Valladolid in autumn 2017, having been scouted from the ‘African Talent
Football Academy’ in his home country. By the following January, the
17-year-old had broken into Valladolid’s B team in the third tier,
impressing enough to become a regular for the remainder of the campaign.