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Gov. Ortom Reacts as Benue-born Russell Orhii Emerges World Powerlifting Champion

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Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, has congratulated Russell Tiza Orhii, for emerging World Champion at the 2019 World Powerlifting Championship in Sweden.

Ortom’s congratulatory message formed part of a brief statement made available to DAILY POST on Sunday by Terver Akase, his Chief Press Secretary.

Governor Ortom described the 25-year-old Powerlifting Champion as a pride of Benue State and the entire county.

He said Russell Orhii demonstrated the true strength of a champion by lifting an 83kg weight at the world powerlifting tournament.

The Governor stated that the feat attained by Orhii who was also a two-time American champion shows the determination and excellence for which Benue people are known.

Governor Ortom felicitated with Dr Paul Orhii’s family on the record setting achievement of their son in powerlifting, and wishes him greater success in the sport.

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Italian Newspaper Shockingly Dub Inter Milan Vs Roma As ‘Black Friday’ In Racism Storm

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An Italian newspaper have disgustingly dubbed Friday night’s Serie A clash between Inter Milan and Roma as ‘Black Friday’.

Corriere dello Sport ran a ‘Black Friday’ headline with photos of Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku and Roma’s Chris Smalling either side.

The duo used to play together at Manchester United so their images are likely attempting to play on that.

But the headline has outraged fans and officials online in another huge race storm in Italy.

The newspaper have yet to comment on the scandal.

Italian football has been blighted with racism scandals over the last year and this season has seen a number of high profile cases.

Lukaku himself was subjected to monkey chants among other slurs as he stepped up to take a penalty against Cagliari back in September.

Mario Balotelli has also found himself on the receiving end of horrific abuse.

The Italian forward kicked the ball into the Hellas Verona crowd after being abused and threatened to walk off the pitch.

The latest scandal is set to overshadow what could be one of Serie A’s games of the season.

Antonio Conte’s side are top of Serie A while Roma are outside the top four on goal difference.

Lukaku and Smalling have settled into their respective sides comfortably since leaving Old Trafford in the summer.

It’s a shame that horrible off-field antics are likely set to take away from the on-field action.

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Lionel Messi Reveals Why He Voted For Sadio Mané To Win Ballon d’Or

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Lionel Messi has revealed why he voted for Sadio Mane to win the Ballon d’Or at the FIFA Best Awards on Monday.

Messi won his sixth Ballon d’Or at the event but you aren’t allowed to vote for yourself at the prestigious event.

The Argentine has revealed that he voted for Liverpool’s Sadio Mane to win the illustrious award.

The 32-year-old explained to Canal Sport:

“There was a lot of great players this year, but I chose (Sadio) Mané because he is a player I really enjoy watching, he had a great year with Liverpool.”

He also said that it was ‘a shame’ to see the Senegalese forward finish in fourth place.

But the Barca captain said there have been lots of stand out players in 2019.

“I think there have been a lot of great players this year. That’s why it was difficult to choose a particular player.”

Mane came behind Virgil van Dijk and Cristiano Ronaldo who finished second and third respectively.

Many have argued that the 27-year-old could have come above Cristiano Ronaldo considering their club form this year.

Mane helped Liverpool win the Champions League and was joint top scorer in the Premier League last season.

Ronaldo on the other hand finished 5 goals behind last season’s Capocannoniere winner Fabio Quagliarella.

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‘I’m happy here in Leicester, My hardwork in training is paying off – Kelechi Iheanacho says

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Super Eagles of Nigeria and Leicester City FC of England striker Kelechi Iheanacho has come out to make a shocking admission that he isn’t perturbed about sitting on the bench for his club side while also crediting his recent marvels for his club side on his hard work during training.

Iheanacho, who over the weekend scored his first EPL goal in 15 months, after coming on as a substitute and scoring at the last minute during Leicester’s 2-1 win over Everton.

Ihenacho who has been dropped recently by Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr and last scored for the Foxes in their 2-1 win over Huddersfield Town on September 22, 2018, before scoring last weekend against Everton, has said his training regime is responsible for his newfound form.

Speaking to the club’s website, Iheanacho, 23, said, “It was a great moment, (it was) my first game of the season and first goal, so I’m really buzzing – I’m happy.

“It all came from the hard work in training, I’ve been working hard and keeping my head up and waiting for the opportunity to come. I’m happy it came, and I took it.

Iheanacho due to limited opportunities has been linked with moves to other clubs in January but the Owerri born player says he doesn’t mind sitting on the bench and being an understudy to Jamie Vardy as his time will come.

”’He (Vardy) is a top lad and a top striker in the world, everyone knows,’ Iheanacho said as monitored by Soccernet.ng.

‘I am playing with him in training and watching him which inspires me as well.

‘I will keep going. We can play as two strikers or we can play one striker as well.

‘It depends on how the manager wants to play and set up the squad and everyone is important. We need everyone.

‘Being, maybe you can call it, a back-up striker or support striker to them is something I am happy to be.

‘Of course, I could get my chance, it depends on what the manager wants to do.

‘I am happy here (at Leicester City), everyone is happy.

‘The manager is a top manager who is friendly to everyone.

‘I don’t see the reason why anyone could want to leave. I think he gives everyone chances, there are a lot of games coming up.

‘I believe in myself if I get the chance. It happens in football, sometimes you can face trying times or sometimes you can play.

‘It is a time I have to face in my life and just have to keep going. I just have to keep my confidence and be strong.’

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