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Brazil Legend Ronaldinho To Come Out Of Retirement At 39 To Feature For Colombian Side Santa Fe

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Brazil football legend, Ronaldinho is temporarily coming out of retirement for Colombian side Independiente Santa Fe.

The club regarded as one of Colombia’s most successful teams, having won 17 league titles announced the 39-year-old legendary footballer as the star attraction at the club’s upcoming friendly on October 17.

According to reports the most expensive ticket for Ronaldinho’s fleeting return have been priced at £30 before VAT.

Ronaldinho hung up his boots four years ago after a short spell with Fluminense. He also featured for Barcelona, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, and Flamengo over 17 years, with 97 caps for Brazil.

Meanwhile, there could travel challenges for Ronaldinho as his passport is seized after failing to pay an environmental damage fine in Brazil.

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Arsenal Beat Chelsea To Win Their 14th FA Cup Trophy

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Arsenal has won the FA Cup for the 14th time after beating London rivals Chelsea 2-1 in this season’s final played on Saturday at Wembley Stadium.

Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was the unsung hero as the Gunners rallied from behind to secure the victory after Chelsea had made a bright start to the match.

Chelsea took the lead inside five minutes through Christian Pulisic’s smart finish. But Aubameyang drew Arsenal level from the penalty spot before the break after he was fouled by Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta.

The Gabon international then produced a moment of world-class finishing to make the defining contribution to the first behind-closed-doors FA Cup final.

Chelsea finished the game with 10 men as midfielder Matteo Kovacic was very harshly sent off for a second yellow card.

By virtue of the win, Arsenal, who finished 8th in the Premier League will play in Europa League next season.

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Gov’t Likely To Implement Free Tertiary Education : Nana Addo

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The President of the Republic, Nana Akufo-Addo has disclosed that his government is considering free tertiary.

Before the 2016 elections, the NPP which was then the opposition party promised Ghanaians free senior high school after capturing powers and has successfully implemented the policy.

President Nana Addo speaking in an interview on Kumasi base radio channel Wontumi FM, he expressed that the greatest investment to make in a country is about investing in the education system.

Hence he decided to ease the stress on parents by slashing fees of students pursuing their education in senior high school.

According to him, Putting things high, his government is likely to implement free tertiary education just like he did for the SHS.

He stated that he don’t want to give timeline but he’s sure it can be possible to add that too.

He however added that for now, they have put down student loan for tertiary level students to help them cater for their needs while in school.

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Chelsea Owner Roman Abramovich Agrees To Sell Stake In Gold Mine Worth £1Billion

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Russian billionaire and Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovich is set to get richer, as he has agreed to sell his gold mine in a deal said to be worth £1billion.

Abramovich, whose financial worth reduced this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has agreed to sell his stake in Highland Gold Mining Ltd to Fortiana Holdings Ltd, according to Bloomberg.

The gold market is enjoying a resurgence amid the pandemic and the 53-year-old who is currently valued at around $12billion (£9m) by Forbes, will now sell his 40 percent stake in Highland Gold, in which he was a shareholder for many years.

Fortiana Holdings Limited, a Cyprus-registered company of Russian businessman Vladislav Sviblov, agreed to buy 145,759,871 shares in Highland Gold from Abramovich and his partners at £3.00 per share.

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Highland Gold is one of the top ten gold producers in Russia with several mines in Russia’s the Far East.

The offer is expected to complete in the fourth quarter of 2020.

Chelsea has won 16 trophies since Abramovich bought the club.

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