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Real Madrid Midfielder Isco Hits Out At Manager Zinedine Zidane For Ostracizing Him

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Real Madrid and Spain playmaker, Isco has attacked his club boss, Zinedine Zidane claiming that he is being ostracised by the Frenchman.

Isco, 28, has not played in any of Los Blancos’ last two outings, the 3-1 Clasico victory over Barcelona on Saturday and the stunning 3-2 Champions League loss to Shakhtar Donetsk three days earlier.

This season he has made just four appearances, a situation he isn’t pleased about.

Real Madrid midfielder Isco hits out at manager Zinedine Zidane for ostracizing him

“If he has to take me off, he takes me off in the 50th or 60th minute of the game. Sometimes even at half-time,” Isco complained on Movistar+’s ‘El Partidazo’ program.

“If he has to put me on, he’ll do it in the 80th minute.”

In his seven years at Real Madrid, Isco has not played full back-to-back league matches for three years. In that time, he has played the full duration of only six fixtures in La Liga.

“The win was a result of the defensive work of the group,” Sergio Ramos pointed out after the weekend’s win at Camp Nou. “We have run, we have suffered, and there is the result.

“It is the line that we must reach and maintain throughout the season. In the end, in football, there are things that cannot be negotiated such as attitude and intensity, and the team has put in the maximum from the beginning to the end.”

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Chats Of A Rude Lady Who Applied For A Job Goes Viral

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Social media is buzzing as a head of a company has exposed a chat of a lady who applied for a job.

In the viral chats, the lady named Mary had applied for an intern under web/graphic design but seems her attitude toward whoever texted her was bad.

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I Didn’t Condemned Tithing, I Just Don’t Believe In It : Prince Kofi Amoabeng Clarifies

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Co-Founder of collapsed UT Bank, Prince Kofi Amoabeng has finally clarified his controversial conviction about Christian tithing, says he didn’t condemn the act. He said he just doesn’t believe in it.

According to Mr. Amoabeng, although he doesn’t believe in tithing, he also does not condemn Christians who do believe in it and practice it.

He said his conviction is that every individual has his own way of building a relationship with God and if people choose to build their relationship with God through tightening, he never stands against it.

Mr. Kofi Amoabeng said he still believes God has blessed him enough that his blessings have also impacted the lives of many.

“God has loved me probably more than everybody. My life has been full, I mean he has lifted me amongst men and he’s used me to impact a lot of lives and I’m so proud and grateful about it. Unfortunately, people believe I don’t go to church and I don’t believe in God but I don’t care about it because it’s between me and my God, I don’t have to impress you about it, I don’t tell you how I relate to my God it’s up to me.” He said.

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Napoli To Rename The San Paolo Stadium After Late Diego Maradona

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Napoli are set to rename the San Paolo stadium after the late Diego Maradona.

The Argentina football legend, who was the manager of Argentinian club side Gimnasia passed away aged 60 on Wednesday, November 25th, after suffering a cardiac arrest in his home country.

During his time with the Italian side, Napoli, he won the Serie A title in 1987 and 1990, along with an Italian Cup in 1987 and a Uefa Cup in 1991 during a six-year stint in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Maradona, regarded as one of the greatest footballers of all time, was the inspiration for Argentina’s World Cup success in Mexico in 1986, winning the Golden Ball as the tournament’s best player.

Napoli to rename the San Paolo stadium after late Diego Maradona

He also led the country to the final of the 1990 tournament in Italy although his international playing career ended in shame when he failed a drug test at the 1994 World Cup in the United States.

Speaking with French sports channel RMC Sport on Thursday, November 26, Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis said: “We can consider the idea of calling our stadium San Paolo-Diego Armando Maradona’ after the Argentine legend, who scored 115 times in 259 appearances for the club.

“We can consider the idea of calling our stadium San Paolo-Diego Armando Maradona,” De Laurentiis told French sports channel RMC Sport.

“We are already putting it together this morning, taking the first steps to dedicate Naples stadium to Maradona,” De Magistris said.

“Its a process but it will be a quick process, because when there is such a strong desire there’s nothing that will hold us up.”

The Mayor added: “We’re hoping to make it coincide with the resumption of games with fans.”

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