Connect with us


Patrice Evra Confesses, I Was Sexually Abused By My School Teacher



The formal Manchester United and Juventus F.C’s Defender Tells How He Was Sexually Assaulted By A School Teacher As Teenager

The football superstar spoke with The Times Newspaper a British daily national newspaper based in London prior to the release of his book. The autobiography contains a detailed information about the alleged sexual abuse.But during his interview with The Times Newspaper, Evra explained why he never spoke about it until now.

“When I first did the book, I didn’t tell the whole story because I was still ashamed and scared about what people will think,” Evra said.”

Now I want to say it because I don’t want kids to be in my situation and then be ashamed of themselves, thinking they are not brave because it’s not about being brave, it’s about being mentally ready to talk about it.

“So I just want to make sure kids out there have the courage and do not blame themselves, because I always blamed myself.

“I’m not shy to say I felt like a coward for many years because I never spoke up. It was something heavy in my chest. But I don’t do it for me, I do it for other children.”

Evra, who grew up in Les Ulis near Paris, says the abuse took place in the teacher’s house, where he stayed in order to shorting the time spent commuting from his home and school.

According Evra he only told his mother two weeks ago, and says he defied her pleas not to discuss what happened in his book.

Only now when I am 40 years old do I tell her,” he said. “It was a big shock for her. A lot of anger. She said she was sorry. She said, ‘You must not put it in your book, it’s private Patrice’.
“But that’s when I say, ‘Mum, it’s not about me, it’s about other kids’, then she says OK, she understands.”

The five times premiere league winner further added that, he received a call from the police about it while playing for Monaco at aged 24.But he denied that any abuse had taken place.

“Living with that was one of my biggest regrets because I could have helped so many people,” he added.


Ronaldo Breaks Rooney’s Manchester United Record




Rooney and Ronaldo

The Red Devils forward has won the Premier League Player of the Month prize for the second time this season.

Cristiano Ronaldo has surpassed Wayne Rooney as the Manchester United player with the most Premier League Player of the Month awards.

The Portuguese ace won the Player of the Month for a sixth time on Thursday after topping the polls for April 2022. It moves him one clear of former teammate Rooney in the Manchester United record books.

It’s also the second time Ronaldo has won the Player of the Month since his return to Old Trafford last summer, having topped the polls in September as well.

Only Tottenham striker Harry Kane and Manchester City Sergio Aguero have claimed the award more times than Ronaldo. The pair have won it a record seven times in their respective careers.

2vntt00q9d1u9waeqoob.pngRonaldo scored five goals in four appearances for Manchester United in April, including a match-winning treble against Norwichwhich was also his 50th club hat-trick.

Continue Reading


Asamoah Gyan Is One Of The Greatest Goal Scorers – Lionel Messi




Lionel Messi and Asamoah Gyan

Argentine professional footballer, Lionel Messi has showered praises on former Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan.

According to Messi, Gyan is the one of the greatest goal scorers he has seen.

The Argentina and PSG star in an interview with 90minutesExtra said,

“I like his hard work and dedication to his National team and clubs.

“I watched him play several times and I really like his goal against Germany at the World Cup 2014.

“I might say he is one of the greatest goal scorers I have seen.

Asamoah Gyan is Ghana’s all time goal scorer with  51 goals and African’s top soccer at the FIFA World Cup with six goals in three World Cup appearances.

Continue Reading


Tyson Fury Knocks Out Dillion Whyte In The 6th Round To Retain WBC World Title




Tyson Fury Beats Dillian Whyte To Retain WBC World Title

Dillian Whyte waited years as the “next man up” for the WBC heavyweight championship. Whyte’s opportunity finally came on Saturday night in London and the dream opportunity turned into a nightmare as he was badly outboxed by Tyson Fury before being knocked out with a heavy uppercut in the final seconds of the sixth round.

Whyte tried to mix up his game from the jump, coming out in a southpaw stance. The tactics didn’t seem to much bother Fury, as the champion fought his ideal gameplan, sticking to the outside and mixing jabs and lead left hooks with solid work to the body.

As the dominance mounted for Fury, Whyte seemed to get frustrated, leading to several clinches where heads clashed and elbows and rabbit punches were thrown. The referee lost control of the action in Round 4 as the two heavyweights refused to listen to his instructions to break.

Once the action settled back into something resembling a boxing match, Fury went right back to exercising control with his reach advantage, forcing Whyte to take more chances to close distance.

Photo: Highlights Of The Action

The Fury jab would eventually set up the finishing moment in Round 6 as he followed up a jab with a right uppercut that stunned Whyte and sent him crashing to the canvas.

Whyte beat the count but as he attempted to walk to the referee, his balance was still not there and he stumbled into the ropes, leaving the referee no choice but to waive off the fight at the 2:59 mark of Round 6.

Did you know? A Technician Of lyrics Standpoint: Maapee Could Become The Greatest Ghanaian Rapper Of All Time

“Listen, Dillian Whyte is a warrior,” Fury said after the fight. “I believe he’ll be a world champion. But I’m one of the greatest heavyweights of all time and unfortunately for Dillian, he had to face me here tonight.”  

“You know, I promised my lovely wife that after the Wilder 3 fight, that fight would be it and I meant it,” Fury said. “But I got offered to fight at Wembley at home and I believed I deserved and owed it [to the fans]. Now it’s all done. I have to be a man of my word and I think this is it. This might be the final curtain of the Gypsy King.”

Continue Reading