Monday, 24 January 2022

Watch As Shina Peters Celebrates K1 Emmanuel Ropo

This woman na angel o! She has a powerful mien like the women in the Bible 


Arsenal in match fixing scandal

The Football Association is looking into a yellow card received by an Arsenal player in a Premier League fixture this season, amid concerns over suspicious betting patterns.

It is understood that bookmakers flagged to the FA an unusual amount of money placed on the Arsenal player being shown a yellow card during a Premier League game this season.

The FA told The Athletic: “The FA is aware of the matter in question and is looking into it.”

The Athletic knows the identity of the player in question but has agreed not to reveal it at this time due to legal reasons.

Multiple gambling industry insiders have told The Athletic that the pattern of betting surrounding the player being shown a yellow card during the match was highly unusual.

Betting on the minutiae of sporting events — such as bookings, corners or throw-ins — is a type of gambling known as “spot betting”.

Regular betting during football matches sees people wager on an overall outcome — i.e. the winner of a game.

Spot betting, however, involves individual outcomes and poses more of an issue to governing bodies, because a single individual can decide the outcome of a market by, for example, conceding a corner in a particular 10-minute interval.

This can turn a seemingly trivial incident into a moment worth tens of thousands of pounds.

Although spot fixing is considered a significant problem in football leagues around the world, in the Premier League it is thought to be very rare, because players are paid so much money.

Perhaps the most high-profile incident of attempted spot betting manipulation in English football involves the former Southampton and England player Matt Le Tissier, who said in his autobiography that he had tried to “make a few quid on the time of the first throw-in”.

Le Tissier tried to kick the ball out of play as he looked to profit on a prediction of the first throw in being after 70 seconds.

His team-mate stopped the ball going out of play, however.

The matter was referred to Hampshire police after the revelations were published although an investigation was not launched because the force decided it “would not be in the public interest and (did) not represent appropriate use of police resources”.

Defender Bradley Wood was meanwhile banned for six years in 2018 after intentionally picking up yellow cards in Lincoln City’s cup run.

Saturday, 22 January 2022

Tiwa Savage Sex Tape Saga Appears As Exam Q in Nigerian School

EXTRA: Tiwa Savage s3x tape saga appears as exam question in Nigerian school

The leaked tape saga of Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage has again become a social media conversation after a federal university had it featured in its examination.

The singer’s infamous moment was the number two question in a first-semester examination of the department of English and literary studies, Federal University of Lafia, Nasarawa.

Tiwa Savage was the central character in a recent literature question written by the students of the Department of English and Literary Studies.

In the question, the undergraduates were asked to explain the connection between musical lyrics and scenes in the trended video.

The said question involving the singer was allotted 20 marks by the examiner.

The examination question of the University of Lafia, Nasarawa has already gone viral across social media with many Nigerians questioning the relevance of the test.

Nigerians react @_ugez opined: “What typer rubbish question is this? The professor is mad. Like Nna eh! No sense in this question.”

@emodisino thought: “This country no dey forget things o, Na so person sex history dey for generations yet unborn to come discuss.”

@habbizzelle remarked: “The question doesn’t even correlate with the sentence. This lecturer just wants to trend. Arindin.”

@mrpresidennnt wrote: “The person that set the question and the company that printed it all of una dey ment.”

@david_don30 stated: “This is not good it will bring up what has happened before and she will start to feel bad again, some people will rewatch it again.”

Wednesday, 19 January 2022

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Saturday, 8 January 2022

Tips For Kenilworth Lomarins Queen Plate

Good luck! Play safe pls 

 1 Belle Rouge

3 Bon voyage 

5 Do it again 

6 Rain in new market

7 Line backer

8 Royal watch

9 Han Solo 

Friday, 7 January 2022

Kenilworth Tips

Good luck with caution 

1 Pacific 

2 Bluff 

3 Tamil

4 Mamalisa 

5 Waiting for summer 

6 Celtic 

7 Quinta 

Urgent Vacancy For A Solicitor

This is genuine! Just follow the instructions. Good luck 


Tuesday, 4 January 2022

Vaal Tuesday Tips

Good luck with caution

 1 Thunderstruck

2 River Querares

3 Tulestar

4 Bella Swain

5 Wisteria 

6 Captain 

7 Ableasure 

8 Midnight

Monday, 3 January 2022

Greyville Racing Tips

Good luck with caution 

1 Beyond 

2 Global 

3 Atlantic city 

4 Silver 

5 Tarantino

6 Miss Gibson

7 Captain

8 Princess Donnelly