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Messi hasn't won everything that Ronaldo has won- Samuel Eto'o

Samuel Eto'o: "Ronaldo has marked the history of football more than my friend Messi. Everything that Messi has won, Ronaldo has won that too but Messi hasn't won everything that Ronaldo has won."
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Quote of the Day

Yes of a true the decision is always yours to make and theirs to proof. So you don't in any way or form kill yourself over their delays, if they choose not to proof you beyond doubt you move ahead and continue with your life, never bring your standards down.

Love In The Air

This photo of this two kids tends to explain a lot of things. What do you think.

Alex Iwobi Announce Stay At Arsenal

Pleased To Extend My Contract With Arsenal & Commit My Future To This Special Club. From Under 6 To BIG17 There Have Been So Many People At The Club That Have Supported, Coached & Guided Me...Thank You πŸ™πŸ½. To Our New Manager Thank You For The Faith You Have In Me & To Our Fans, Thank You For The Love, Support & Patience. Excited For 18/19 πŸ’ͺπŸ½πŸ™πŸ½❤️ #Gunners

Well endowed South African lady says a black girl without boobs or ass is incomplete

This is a strong one coming from this lady. Who has made a point acceptable to her, which states that ladies without boobs or ass are incomplete.

So do you in anyway agree with her, If you don't let have your say in the comment box below.



Linda Ikeji Arrives Atlanta for son’s birth (photo)

Famous Nigerian Blogger  Linda Ikeji has just touched in Atlanta for the preparation for her son birth.  
Linda Ikeji made an announcement on the web(social media);
"Dear Atlanta City, your girl is here!  First time in Atlanta.  I always only passed through. Who wants to show me around? "



And also with her is her very own mom accompanying her for mother duties. 

The Red Moon

Century's longest lunar eclipse dazzles star gazersA blood-red moon attracted the world’s star gazers on Friday night during the longest lunar eclipse in the 21st century.
The eclipse transformed the moon into a reddish orange color for more than 100 minutes, according to NASA.Noah Petro, a scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, said not every place on the globe was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the celestial event. North America and most of the Pacific region were unable to see it. Astronomy lovers used telescopes or went to nearby observatories to watch the eclipse. The next lunar eclipse of such length is due in 2123.Source: CGTN