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Ronaldo Gets Twins Via Surrogate Mother, Shares Xmas Family Snap

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Cristiano Ronaldo posted a Christmas message to his followers as he focuses on the festive season despite his Juventus side struggling in the league.

The Portuguese forward is taking time off during the Italian winter break, with Juventus not playing again until January 3.

And on Christmas Eve, Ronaldo posted a photograph of him and girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez along with the footballer’s four children in front of a festive tree.

Ronaldo captioned the photo on social media: ‘We wish you a Merry Christmas!! Full of love, health and happiness’

The 35-year-old is pictured with Rodriguez along with ten-year-old son Cristiano Junior, twins Eva and Mateo and daughter Alana, all three.

Cristiano Jr was born to an unknown mother in 2010 while Ronaldo’s twins were born via a surrogate mother in June 2017. Girlfriend Rodriguez gave birth to Alana six months later.

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Nigeria Not Yet Ripe For World Cup Triumph — Rohr

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Nigeria Not Yet Ripe For World Cup Triumph — Rohr

Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr
Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr

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Olusola Jide Jide
Wed Feb 24 2021

Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr has stated that Nigeria is not yet good enough to win the FIFA World Cup yet.

Rohr who stated this in a YouTube interview session with New Central TV also said Africa cannot challenge other continents for the coveted title.

“We are not ready to win the world cup, for some reason, First reason for me is the organisation, still a lots of problems in travelling arrangement, preparations and venue for games.

“France is the champions at the moment, where are they playing? They are playing in PSG, Bayern Munich. Four of them are world champions at their clubs also.

“When you have your players in the best clubs there is a probability that you are the best team in the world.

“So what we have in Nigeria for example, we have our players in Fulham, in West Bromwich. It’s not Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Manchester United or Barcelona. But the other ones have their players there.

“So it would be a miracle if we actually win the world cup, Rohr said.

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Ex-Italy Defender Dies After Legs Amputated Due To COVID-19

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Ex-Italy Defender Dies After Legs Amputated Due To COVID-19
Ex-Italy Defender Dies After Legs Amputated Due To COVID-19

Ex-Italy defender Mauro Bellugi had died after having both of his legs amputated following complications with Covid-19.

Bellugi was admitted to hospital in early November after being diagnosed with the virus.

He then underwent emergency surgery to amputate both of his legs after a pre-existing condition worsened.

The former Inter Milan player remained in a Milanese hospital and passed away on Saturday at the age of 71.

His loss has been felt across Italy where Serie A clubs all held a minute’s silence before kick-off at the weekend.

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CL: Liverpool / Leipzig Clash Doubtful Over New German Travel Rules

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Germany’s strict new travel restrictions have cast doubt over RB Leipzig’s Champions League last 16 meeting with Liverpool, after a government spokesperson told AFP on Monday that the rules do not exempt professional athletes.

 

The ban on travellers from countries hit by new, more contagious coronavirus variants such as Britain contains “no special provision for professional sportspeople”, an interior ministry spokesperson told AFP.

 

Introduced on Saturday and in place until February 17, the new rules could scupper Premier League champions Liverpool’s trip to Leipzig’s Red Bull Arena the day before.

 

Unless they are granted special exemption, Liverpool staff and players would be unable to enter Germany from Britain according to the rules.

 

While coach Jurgen Klopp would be allowed into the country as a German national, he would have to leave most of his team behind.

 

Germany introduced the tougher travel restrictions on certain countries in a bid to limit the spread of new coronavirus variants.

 

The countries affected by the ban are Britain, Ireland, Portugal, Brazil and South Africa, as well as the southern African kingdoms of Lesotho and Eswatini.

 

The entry restrictions cover arrivals by air, bus, rail and sea, and allow exceptions for medical workers and others in key jobs.

 

Yet the interior ministry spokesperson said Monday that there would only be “a few, narrow exemptions”.

 

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