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Pellegrini plays down Messi transfer.

Manuel Pellegrini says every manager in the world would love to have Lionel Messi in his team -but shrugged off reports that Barcelona’s record scorer is set to join Manchester City.

The 2014 Premier League champions have been linked with the Argentina regularly over the years and on Friday reports emerged that they are willing to pay the four-time World Player of the Year £800,000 a week.


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Chelsea to launch move for Harry Kane.

Chelsea are prepared to launch a full-scale attempt to land England hotshot Harry Kane next summer.

The Barclays Premier League champions have joined Manchester United in taking admiring glances at the Tottenham striker.

Stamford Bridge scouts will use Sunday’s clash against Spurs to add to their dossier of the striker.


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Bayern Munich run riot in opening 20 minutes.

Ten-man Bayern Munich eased into the Champions League knockout stages after demolishing Greece’s Olympiacos 4-0 on Tuesday to secure top spot in Group F with a game to spare.

The German champions, who had Holger Badstuber sent off early in the second half with a straight red card, were unstoppable in the opening 20 minutes, scoring three times to put the game to bed early.

Douglas Costa struck after eight minutes, Robert Lewandowski doubled the lead after 16 minutes with Thomas Muller adding another four minutes later as dazed Olympiacos found no answer to the continuous attacks.

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Carles Puyol set to become a players’ agent.

Former Barcelona captain Carles Puyol has launched a new career as a players’ agent and reportedly begun targeting promising La Liga-based defenders as his first clients.

Puyol, 37, retired at the end of the 2013-14 season, having won three Champions Leagues and six La Liga titles during 15 seasons as a Barca player, while also claiming the Euro 2008 and 2010 World Cup trophies with Spain.


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I was close to death says FIFA President.

Sepp Blatter said he was “between the angels who were singing and the devil who was lighting the fire” during his recent health scare, and backed suspended UEFA president Michel Platini to succeed him at FIFA.

Last week, FIFA president Blatter, 79, and Platini, 60, had their appeals against 90-days suspension rejected by the governing body’s appeal.

The Provisional bans had been handed down after it emerged that Swiss authorities were investigating a two million Swiss franc (£1.35m) payment made by FIFA to Platini for work that was carried out nine years previously.


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Barcelona crushes Real Madrid at El Clasico.

It brought back memories of Ronaldinho against Real Madrid back in 2005, when the Bernabeu stood up to applaud the Brazilian’s match-winning performance.

So when Andres Iniesta’s number came up, it was fitting that the entire stadium rose to their feet to salute the playmaker as he left the pitch.

The Spain international was nothing short of sensational as he helped Barcelona thrash rivals Real and the supporters inside the Bernabeu appreciated his performance.

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Gareth Bale ready for El Clasico Clash.

Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale is hoping to strike fear into the Barcelona defenders as he declares he is ‘ready for battle’ ahead of the first Clasico of the season.

Los Blancos welcome La Liga leaders Barca to the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday evening looking to knock Luis Enrique’s side off the top of the table.

Bale has only played twice for Real Madrid in the last six weeks after aggravating a calf injury shortly after playing for Wales against Andorra when Chris Coleman’s side had already sealed Euro 2016 qualification.

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I promise magic at Euro 2016 says Ibrahimovic.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has promised ‘magic’ after leading Sweden to Euro 2016 – but says the time has passed for him to deliver fireworks in the Premier League.

The 34-year-old PSG forward was in sensational form for Sweden on Tuesday night, scoring twice in a 2-2 draw with Denmark that gave his country a 4-3 aggregate win and prolonged his international career.

He famously said ‘a World Cup without me is nothing to watch’ after Sweden failed to qualify for the 2014 tournament in Brazil.

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England Outclassed in a 2-0 win by Spain.

What was it Pink Floyd sang? Hanging on in quiet desperation is the English way. This would appear to be the tactical gameplan for Euro 2016, too.

Limited in ambition, limited in execution, England lost in Alicante, but football won. Sorry, but there is more to the game than this. There is hope and beauty and technique, and Spain took all the plaudits that mattered at the Estadio Jose Rico Perez, including the one that matters most: the victory.

That the goal which as good as decided the game was one of the most exquisite of the season only underlined the difference in these teams. While England tried to smother the match, or steal it, Spain claimed the win with a move that reached for the stars.

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Ronaldo picks Messi to win Ballon d’Or.

Cristiano Ronaldo says the 2014-15 campaign was “probably the best season of my career,” but he still predicted that Lionel Messi will win the Ballon d’Or for the fifth time in January

The Real Madrid star is a candidate to win his fourth at the ceremony in Zurich, but he admitted Messi has the advantage this year after the Argentine led Barcelona to the Treble last season.

“To be honest I think Messi is going to win this year because this kind of trophy, it depends on votes,” he said on The Jonathan Ross Show, set to air on Saturday night.


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Ibrahimovic wins his 10th Guldbollen.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic was named Swedish footballer of the year for the tenth time in his career – his ninth win in a row – and has called on his international team-mates to give their all in the upcoming Euro 2016 play-offs against Denmark.

The Paris St Germain striker has had a stellar year, winning last season’s Ligue 1 title – the 12th league crown of his career – and scoring 30 goals in 35 appearances.

The former Inter Milan and Barcelona forward is this week looking to spearhead Sweden’s charge to next summer’s European Championship in France and is viewing the two play-off encounters with Denmark as finals.

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Neymar nicknamed the new Ronaldinho.

One of Lionel Messi’s few regrets in football is that he never got to play for longer with Ronaldinho.

The image of him being carried on the Brazilian’s back as they celebrated Messi’s first goal for Barcelona aged 17 in 2005 illustrates just how much fun it was.

That goal came from a scooped Ronaldinho assist – how many more would there have been if he had still been at the club in the 2008-09 season when the Argentine really began to blossom? Their partnership, like Ronaldinho’s time at the top, ended too soon.



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Mourinho’s time almost up after Stoke defeat.

The wind whipped around the Britannia Stadium before the match on Saturday night. As a bugler played a haunting rendition of The Last Post to honour Remembrance Day in the silence of the packed stadium, a line of Stoke City mascots shivered in the cold, cowering against the breeze. Somewhere, in a warm place miles away, Jose Mourinho settled into a chair.

This was still about him, of course, even though he was the man who wasn’t there. It was about him precisely because he was the man who wasn’t there.

The Chelsea fans did their bit to join in the spirit of his stadium ban by wearing Mourinho masks to confuse things even further.

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Jesse Lingard scores first goal for the club.

Jesse Lingard scored his first goal for Manchester United to break West Brom’s strong resistance and spare the blushes of his manager, Louis van Gaal.

Frustrated United fans, who had seen their team fail to score in the Premier League for 260 minutes, were chanting ‘attack, attack’ when Lingard controlled Chris Brunt’s headed clearance early in the second half and drilled home from 18 yards with a curling finish.

Juan Mata added a late second from the penalty spot after Gareth McAuley had tripped Anthony Martial and been sent off as a result.


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it will feel odd without Mourinho says Matic.

Nemanja Matic admits he is unsure what to expect when Chelsea face Stoke City without manager Jose Mourinho.

The Portuguese boss will serve his one-match stadium ban this weekend as punishment for confronting referee Jon Moss at half-time during his side’s 2-1 defeat by West Ham last month.

He will likely watch Chelsea’s evening encounter at the Britannia from the team’ s nearby hotel, and Matic – whose first-half sending off at Upton Park was the catalyst for his manager’s fury and subsequent misconduct charge – concedes his absence will be ‘strange’.

I’ve been here (at Chelsea) almost two years and we have not played without a coach yet, so it is going to be strange,’ the Serbian midfielder said.

‘Of course it is easier when the coach is on the bench and especially at half-time when he can say something. But we also have other great coaches and they will be prepared for everything, and we have to be ready for that.’

As has become increasingly evident during Chelsea’s poor start to the season, which has seen them slip to 15th in the Barclays Premier League table, Mourinho is not afraid to make his presence felt on the touchline. But can the players actually hear him?

‘Not really,’ Matic said. ‘But sometimes when the game stops and there is a foul, he shows with his hands… and you know what you have to do.’

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Deadly duo Neymar and Suarez at it again.

Neymar and Luis Suarez were at it again at the Camp Nou on Wednesday night with the Brazilian scoring twice and the Uruguayan once in a comfortable win over BATE Borisov.

Lionel Messi is almost definitely out of the November 21 Clasico but with Suarez and Neymar in this sort of goalscoring form the team might just make it through until his return.

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Ozil ‘most intelligent player’ says Philipp Lahm

Philipp Lahm has called his Germany teammate Mesut Ozil the “most intelligent” footballer he’s played with and credits the Arsenal midfielder’s quality as the main reason for his team’s success this season.

Ozil, 27, and Lahm, 32, will be adversaries on Wednesday when Arsenal travel to Bayern Munich for the second of two Champions League group stage matches between the clubs. Arsenal beat bayern 2-0 two weeks ago, with Ozil providing a late goal to clinch the win.

Ahead of the return match in Bavaria, Lahm has said Ozil, who is Europe’s top-rated attacking mildfielder, is largely responsible for turning Arsenal into challengers.


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Lampard backs Chelsea’s Eden Hazard.

Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has asked critics to back off of Blues star Eden Hazard as the Belgium international struggles to produce his best this season.

Hazard was named the Premier League Player of the Season last campaign as Chelsea rolled to a wire-to-wire league title. Jose Mourinho’s men have disappointed throughout the start of 2015-16, with the 24-year-old coming in for much criticism for his failure to provide match-winning performances.

“I love Eden Hazard as a player, I was fortunate enough to play with him, his ability is frightening,” Lampard said on Monday.

“I think we forget he’s a young boy, he’s come onto the scene these last couple of years, he’s never had a moment like this in his career.


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Jose Mourinho’s crisis deepens at Chelsea.

Jose Mourinho crisis continues as Eden Hazard fancies Real Madrid move

Jose Mourinho has been stunned by allegations that morale is so low in the Chelsea dressing room that one of his players would ‘rather lose than win’.

The incredible claim was made by respected BBC 5 Live presenter Garry Richardson during his long-established Sportsweek programme on Sunday morning.

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Yaya Toure unhappy with Manuel Pellegrini.

Manchester City match-winner Yaya Toure ended up walking down the tunnel before the final whistle after appearing upset at being taken off in injury-time by manager Manuel Pellegrini.

Toure had converted City’s 89th minute winner against Norwich from the spot but was withdrawn for Martin Demichelis in the fourth minute of added time as Pellegrini sought to preserve their 2-1 advantage.

The Ivory Coast midfielder looked animated as he spoke to his manager and pointed his finger as if to make a tactical point.

Pellegrini tried to pat him on the arm as a gesture of conciliation but the 32-year-old headed for the dressing-room.

There is no suggestion a bust-up occurred in the changing room, following Toure’s decision to head down the tunnel.

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Arsenal humbles Swansea after a 3 -1 win.

While Jose Mourinho turns over the coals, the manager he mocks more than any other is rolling around in laughter at the other end of the Barclays Premier League.

There were times here when Arsene Wenger simply could not help but smile. This was not his team at their best because, quite simply, they still looked vulnerable to silly lapses of thought.

But this is also a side that has developed that beautiful knack of burying their shortcomings underneath piles of wins. They did it in winning 3-0 at Watford a fortnight ago and they did again in south Wales on Saturday, riding the difficulties of a close first half before pounding Swansea into the dirt.

That makes five Premier League wins in a row and they are scoring bucket loads. Olivier Giroud’s opener was the 2,000th goal Arsenal have scored under Wenger’s management in all competitions and was quickly followed by a questionable strike for Laurent Koscielny – Garry Monk felt Lukasz Fabianski was fouled in the build up – and a 73rd-minute goal for Joel Campbell.


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Names won’t hurt me says Louis Van Gaal.

Louis van Gaal has hit back at criticism from Paul Scholes that Manchester United are dull, saying: ‘Sticks and stones will hurt my bones but names will never hurt me!’

Old Trafford legend Scholes has complained about a ‘lack of risk and creativity’, claiming that he would not like to play in the current United side whose last two games have ended in goalless draws.

Van Gaal insisted that his team do take risks and entertain, and accused Scholes of making the comments because he was being paid by the media

The Dutchman said: ‘He (Scholes) doesn’t have the responsibility, so he can say everything. Why is he saying something? For the benefit of the club or the benefit of himself?

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Diego Costa to have fitness assessed.

Jose Mourinho will speak with Chelsea medical staff on Thursday before deciding whether Diego Costa is fit enough to face Liverpool after damaging his ribs against Stoke City.

Costa was substituted after 33 minutes of the Capital One Cup tie at the Britannia Stadium on Tuesday after a collision with Stoke keeper Jack Butland.

The Chelsea forward was sent for scans in hospital on Tuesday evening and there are fears that he will be forced to miss the critical clash with Liverpool.

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Wenger blasts Arsenal’s youngsters.

Arsene Wenger defended his decision to rest so many experienced players but admitted his starlets had not been up to a raucous night at Sheffield Wednesday.

Wenger accused his young players of being weak and ‘naive’ as they were beaten 3-0 at Hillsborough and claimed he should have rested more first-team regulars after Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain were hit by injuries.

Glen Kamara, Alex Iwobi and Ismael Bennacer were among those making their debuts and Wenger said: ‘The occasion was too much for the young players. They were not ready to play at this level, none of them. Two of the goals were from set-pieces. We were very naive. We had a lot of the ball but we didn’t make a lot. We were too short in midfield.

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Lampard backs Chelsea revival.

Former Chelsea star Frank Lampard has said his old team could turn their dismal start to the season as he was awarded an OBE for his services to sport.

Lampard was recognised for a career in British football that spanned 20 years and saw him win a clutch of medals with Chelsea and play for England more than 100 times.

He was joined at Buckingham Palace by his partner Christine Bleakley who could not resist taking pictures of her fiance as he posed for the waiting media.


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FA Sanctions Arsenal over regulation breach.

Arsenal have been found guilty of breaching football agent regulations over the transfer of Calum Chambers from Southampton.

The Football Association has fined Arsenal £60,000 and warned the club over their future conduct as a result of the transfer, which took place in July 2014.

Agent Alan Middleton, who was charged along with the club in june, has been fined £30,000 and suspended from all agency/intermediary activity for a period of three months for the same offence.


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Otamendi keeps Anthony Martial quiet.

Manchester City moved back to the top of the Premier League table with a draw against Manchester United on Sunday – but it was far from entertaining at Old Trafford..

True, it was a derby game and local rivalries often produce wars of attrition. Both defences played extremely well and the match therefore became mired in midfield, where frantic play and mistakes resigned supreme.


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Arsenal become new Premier league leaders.

At times this Arsenal team can be such a tease, convincing their supporters that they are on a run of results that will finally lead to them winning Barclays Premier League.

Are they for real? Do they really mean it? The title is on now, it has to be the target after they went top of the Premier League table for the first time since February 2014. Arsenal are contenders.

It has been a long while coming, but what a week to be an Arsenal supporter after that monstrous result against Bayern Munich and a victory that has put them top of the pile.

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Diego Costa to maintain style of play.

Diego Costa says he will not change his style of play despite criticism and hit out at the Premier League’s cry babies.

Costa was handed a retrospective three game ban for violent conduct by The FA after clashing with Arsenal’s Laurent Koscielny in September.

And the Spain international says that he has the full backing of manager Jose Mourinho and will not change his style of play.


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We mean business says Theo Walcott.

Forward Theo Walcott claims Arsenal’s Champions League victory over Bayern Munich will have sent a clear message to their rivals that the Gunners mean business this season.

The runaway Bundesliga league leaders were defeated 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night to give Arsene Wenger’s men their first European win and keep alive hopes of qualification for the knockout stages.

It was a third straight victory for Arsenal, who impressed in beating both Manchester United and Watford, with the north London club now second in the Barclays Premier League table, just two points behind Manchester City.

The confidence is just flowing through the team at the moment, you can see that. Results show that and if we continue this you never now where it is going to take us, but we are looking really strong.

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Petr Cech the new hero of Arsenal.

Cech has been there. Cech has seen things. Cech knows that when you’re playing a team that will dominate possession statistics, there is very little to be gained in rushing to give them back the ball. This is the benefit of having an experienced and proven goalkeeper, a man with a Champions League medal among the many others in his collection. This is the sort of goalkeeper that Arsenal have lacked since the days of Jens Lehmann.

Analytics will tell you much about footballers’ strengths and their weaknesses, but there is still a lot to be said for the intangible, psychological effect on a defender who can look behind him and think, “He’s got this.” It’s one less problem to occupy the mind.


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Bale the only Britain on Ballon d’Or shortlist.

Wales winger Gareth Bale is the only British player included in FIFA’s 23-man Ballon d’Or shortlist for the third successive year.

Bale is one of 11 players from Spain’s Primera Division to make the list, with the Premier League and Bundesliga each contributing five.

Manchester City trio Sergio Aguero, Kevin De Bruyne and Yaya Toure have been shortlisted alongside Chelsea winger Eden Hazard and Alexis Sanchez, who backed up his Arsenal form by helping his country Chile to Copa America success in 2015.



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Herrera names Rooney best English player.

Ander Herrera believes there has never been a better English footballer than Wayne Rooney.

The Manchester United midfielder was on the scoresheet along with his captain in an emphatic 3-0 win at Everton.

And he believes Rooney, England’s leading goalscorer, is the greatest talent the nation has produced.

Rooney’s second-half strike was his first away from home in the Premier League for 11 months and saw him became the joint second leading scorer in the competition’s history with ex-United forward Andy Cole.

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Sterling hit a hat-trick for Manchester City.

Raheem Sterling is looking onwards and upwards after igniting his Manchester City career with a hat-trick in Saturday’s 5-1 demolition of Bournemouth.

Wilfried Bony also struck twice as the Barclays Premier League leaders made light of the absences of key attacking duo Sergio Aguero and David Silva at the Etihad Stadium.

But with star striker Aguero likely to be out for at least a month and playmaker Silva for a fortnight, Sterling is aware there are tougher challenges ahead.

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Neymar scores four against Rayo Vallecano.

Run-ups are over-rated, just ask Neymar who scored four goals at the Camp Nou on Saturday night – two of which were penalties scored from a standing start.

The Brazilian became La Liga’s top scorer with eight goals this season, scoring twice in each half as Barcelona beat Rayo Vallecano 5-2.

Luis Suarez made the third and fourth Neymar goals and then scored the fifth from a Neymar pass. Barca fans are counting the days until Lionel Messi returns. They sang his name in the second half as he watched from the stands alongside Andres Iniesta, who is also injured.

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Neymar insists he will stay at Barcelona.

Barcelona forward Neymar has said there is no question he wants to agree a new contract with the Liga champions.

The club’s technical secretary Robert Fernandez told Catalunya Radio last week that talks over a new deal were progressing well, adding his confidence that Neymar would stay at Camp Nou “for life”.


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It was amazing working with Genevieve – Oris

British actor and model, Oris Erheuro, will, for a long time, relish his experience playing the led role in Genevieve Nnaji’s first film, Road to Yesterday. For him, the movie has provided an opportunity to ‘return’ home, and to a yesterday he grew to know about Nigerian art and entertainment industry before he travelled out decades ago.

According to him, while his family abroad love watching Nigerian films, and he too had hoped that one day he would have the opportunity to contribute to the growth of Nollywood, he never imagined that Nnaji would be the person that would make the dream to materialise. He said he was touched when he got the call to be part of Road to Yesterday…

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Buhari pledges $1m for Africa’s water infrastructure

Buhari, who made the pledge in Abuja at the AWF’s 10 anniversary celebration, said the financing requirement for water infrastructure in Africa was estimated at $20bn annually from year 2000 to 2025.

The President, represented by the Minister of Water Resources, Mr. Suleiman Adamu, stated that the AWF’s mandate was to mobilise water investments for Africa, but stressed that the greatest challenge confronting that body was the need to secure adequate funds.

He said, “In fact, the funding gap is almost at a critical point. The AWF urgently needs to receive indication of pledges at this meeting today. I also use this opportunity to note that most of the pledges made by African countries in 2012 have not been paid up, with the sole exception of Burkina Faso. May I remind all of you of the importance of making good on these pledges…

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9 professors shortlisted for LASU VC contest

Nine out of 14 professors have been shortlisted to contest for the post ‎of the Vice-Chancellor at the Lagos State University (LASU).

A competent source, who pleaded anonymity at the University’s Registrars office, made the disclosure to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Lagos.

The source said that 14 professors had applied for the position within the six weeks of the advertisement.

“Nine were shortlisted after several considerations of their qualifications and pre-requisites for absorption,’’ the source said.

The source noted that among the five candidates who were not shortlisted was the immediate former Vice-Chancellor, Prof. John Obafunwa, whose tenure ended on Oct. 31.

According to the source, the candidates who were not shortlisted do not possess a PhD certificate, while others had not spent up to 10 years as professors…

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5Steps to help fix your Mistakes at work

t’s face it — we are all human and we’re all going to make mistakes at work. The best way to apologize is in person. But we can’t always do that.

Email is tricky: the reader can’t see your face and know that you are sincere. So when you are forced to apologize via email, how can you show you are sincere and not look like a crybaby or, even worse, an arrogant jerk who won’t admit their error?

Never underestimate the power of a simple apology. Apologizing can immediately diffuse tension and disarm hostile situations. An apology can also be a great opportunity to show that you fully understand the situation. When you apologize the right way, you can re-establish yourself as a go-to person and expert.

I realize that some people hold to a “never apologize at work” philosophy thinking that an apology is a sign of weakness. But this type of thinking is absurd and could potentially endanger your long-term relationships with others who can influence the future of your career…

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Beauty Benefits of Egg Whites

Hello ladies, we all know I love to give a long preamble about what prompted each post, but I’m going to just jump into this one. We all know what egg whites are yes? Great! So some of us might think “yuck! I can’t deal”… Trust me, you’re not alone on that. I’ve got issues with raw eggs too but the benefits to derive in the end outweighs the inconvenience to endure. So here’s 10 fab tips that’ll have you grabbing the next raw egg you see. 1. Removes facial hair I used the egg white tissue paper face mask some weeks ago, and when peeling it off, it came along with tiny facial hairs that are normally found on the face. In the end, my skin felt smoother and clearer! Egg white and tissue paper really does help get rid of facial hair no matter where it is – on your forehead, cheeks or upper lip! To make an egg white tissue paper face mask, you simply need to apply a little egg white to your face using a brush. Cut out holes for your eyes and mouth and place the tissue on your face. Coat a thin layer of more egg white on top of the tissue to make it stick. When it has completely dried up, quickly pull off the tissue, which will come along with the hairs. Admire the results! The satisfaction you will get after seeing the tiny facial hairs is unforgettable!

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Friends not to make at the workplace

Twenty-seven percent of us have had a friend who blabbed our secrets, and at work one slip can be the difference between respect and embarrassment—especially when it comes to the goings-on after the latest company happy hour. A too-talkative cubicle mate can be worse than a public Facebook wall. Keep your personal details and at-work secrets close when you work with an overly social butterfly…

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I’m a clown not a bully –Eniola Badmus

Hate or love her, you cannot deny how talented she is. Ever since bursting on the scene through Funke Akindele’s movie, Omo Ghetto, Eniola Badmus, has made a name for herself, becoming one of the industry’s biggest stars in the process.

Known for playing the bully in movies, the plus sized actress told Saturday Beats that contrary to widely held perception portrayed by her character on set, she is a very playful person…

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Hiding dark circles

You probably battling hiding dark circles or patches under your eyes. It could be as a result of  stress or lack of sleep. Whichever one it is, dark circles never looks good on anyone. Kamdora  rustled up a few tips on covering up dark circles the proper way…. I hope you find them helpful.

STEP 1:  CONCEAL To counteract the blue/gray colour under the eyes, you need to use a colour opposite on the colour wheel which would be orange.  If you’re  skinned, you’ll want a light to medium peach color. For medium to dark skin, a dark peach or orange color. You need the color of the concealer to be 1-2 shades darker than your skin so it actually hides the dark circles. Apply the concealer low enough under the eyes to completely cover the dark circles STEP 2: BLEND

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Our roads are dead, Buhari admits

President Muhammadu Buhari has admitted that the nation’s roads are in precarious state and are in dire need of attention by the Federal Government.

He also made case for the immediate development of infrastructure such as rail and power.

Buhari spoke during a presidential dinner he hosted in honour of senators at the new Banquet Hall of the Presidential Villa, Abuja on Wednesday.

“The roads are dead. Those who drive between Lagos and Ibadan will have a lot of stories to tell you. Those who drive from Kaduna to Jebba may have more stories to tell. The same thing is applicable to the East West Road,” the President said.

He urged the Senate to assist his government in concentrating on the problem of infrastructure such as rail, road and power.

He asked the Senate committees to look at the various agreements the nation had entered into in the last six years and see where Nigeria had been defaulting in terms of payment of counterpart fundings.

He observed that if the nation could get the railway working, lives and fuel would be saved…

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