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Longtime MMA journalist Ariel Helwani announces ESPN departure: 'This was 100 percent my decision'
One of the most recognizable journalists in MMA is moving on from ESPN. Ariel Helwani, who has been a prominent face on the media side of the industry for more than decade, announced Sunday that after failing to reach terms on a new contract with the cable network, he will…Ariel Helwani, who has been a prominent face on the media side of the industry for more than decade, announced Sunday that after failing to reach terms on a new contract with the cable network, he will part ways with the company after his final day on June 15.
Gareth Bale should perform the season 2021/2022 under the Real Madrid jersey.We thought Gareth Bale on the point of retiring after having played a last tournament with his country, it is nothing. Following a loan in Tottenham, the Welsh is back in Madrid and it is expected that he arises the Tunic of the Merengue during this 2021/2022 campaign that is believed to believe what the Daily Mail reports. This campaign corresponds to the last year of bale contract with Real. Ancelotti Account on Bale The Bale Comeback is favored by the presence of Carlo Ancelotti on the bench. The Italian coach knows very well the frequenger. In 2014, they had conquered together the Champions League. From his enthronement, he Mister had expressed his intention to appeal to the old Spurs. In view, it would not be surprising to see the player again become a key player from Spanish vice-champions and find even thanks to the very demanding local supporters.
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Queen Elizabeth sends 'good wishes' to Gareth Southgate ahead of the Euro 2020 final .
Queen Elizabeth II sent a message of support to England national football team manager Gareth Southgate on Saturday, the evening before England's showdown with Italy at Wembley Stadium in London. © Getty Images "55 years ago I was fortunate to present the World Cup to Bobby Moore and saw what it meant to the players, management and support staff to reach and win the final of a major international football tournament," the Queen said, referencing England's 1966 World Cup win.