Real Madrid legend Cristiano Ronaldo has received a piece of BAD NEWS after the latest report from manager Maximiliano Allegri, who brought the Portuguese captain to Italy.
Reports from Italian newspaper CalcioMercato.com says that manager Maximiliano Allegri has agreed to leave Juventus at the end of the season, ending his five-year relationship with the Turin giants in which he won the league all through.
Juventus signed Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid for a club record fee in the summer of 2018 under Allegri, in a bid to win the UEFA Champions League, but a home loss to giant-killers Ajax Amsterdam ended the dream of lifting the prestigious European trophy.
Maximiliano Allegri has consented to leave Juventus this summer following five years with the Italian champions. Both Allegri and Juve president Andrea Agnelli has reliably denied that there will be any change in charge come the finish of this season.
However, as indicated by different reports in Italy, incorporating into La Stampa, an understanding was come to between the pair on Wednesday night to go separate ways. That could prepare for Allegri to join Paris Saint-Germain, who are thinking about sacking Thomas Tuchel.
Tuchel just joined the Ligue 1 champions the previous summer, yet there are clear partitions between the German supervisor and the forces that be in the French capital, with connections among him and both president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and brandishing executive Antero Henrique stressed.
Maximiliano Allegri was appointed as the new head coach of Juventus, replacing Antonio Conte who had resigned the day before to join Chelsea, and the Italian had a host of local trophies to his name as the manager of the Turin giants.
The 51-year-old manager won five consecutive Serie A title from his first season in 2014–15, to his last in 2018–19. He also won the Coppa Italia for four consecutive seasons, failing to win only this campaign. Allegri won the Supercoppa Italiana twice in 2015 and in 2018.
He also guided Juventus to the UEFA Champions League on two occasions in 2014–15 and 2016–17, losing both finals to Spanish giants. The first a 3-1 loss to Barcelona and the second was against defending Champions Real Madrid who defeated them 4-1.
What does “dilemma” mean? Since you have asked this question, it is certain that you had not looked up in the dictionary for the meaning. Let me do that for you. It is: a situation in which a difficult choice has to be made between two or more alternatives, especially ones that are equally undesirable. Equally undesirable. Sounds hard. Doesn’t it? This is a classic case of a mother finding herself stuck between a rock and a hard place after she discovered that she and her daughter were pregnant at the same time, but that’s not all. It turns out that they are both pregnant for the same man. Weird and shocking, right? I know she must be freaking out as she decided to share her story on the internet to ask people their opinion on what to do about the crazy situation she found her entwined in.
Here is her sad tale: “I am in my early 50s. I am divorced; have been for more than a decade. I live on my own with my three children. About a year ago, I went into a relationship with a man four years younger than I am. Being married, we meet in my place. As a matter of fact he has the key to my flat. It was better than going to hotels. Besides, my daughters were grown up to appreciate that I need a man in my life. Well, I thought I could trust him so I gave him permission to come to my house whenever he likes I am in or not. I also assumed my daughters were responsible enough to see him as their father. Unfortunately, I miscalculated.
“Unknown to me while he was having affairs with me, he was also sleeping with my two older daughters. I didn’t know what was happening until I took my elders daughter to the hospital following her persistent complains of malaria. I also haven’t been feeling well; so decided to visit the hospital with my daughter. When the result came out, we were both pronounced pregnant. I was shocked because I didn’t expect to be at y age since I have been having irregular period in the last two years.
“At 28, my daughter has never been pregnant. I was happy for her thinking it was the man I knew her with was responsible. Then, it didn’t even occur to me that he [my daughter’s fiancé] has been out of Lagos for three months. It wasn’t until we got home that the real problem started. We met my boyfriend at home. While I was still thinking of how to break my news to him, a text message came to his phone. After reading the text, he became very agitated so much so he lost concentration.
“I was so concerned. I forget what I was about to say and snatched the phone from him to know what got him me very suspicious; I quickly transferred the message to my phone before handing it over to him. I did the transfer while he was struggling to take the phone away from me so, he wasn’t aware of what I did. I almost fainted when I read the text and discovered it was my daughter telling him that we were both pregnant for him and he should tell me to abort the baby since she was going to keep hers. She told him if he tried to play smart with her, the whole world would know that he has been sleeping with her mother, sister and herself.
“The worst thing now is that he is nowhere to be found. I have tried getting him on his phone numbers but none is going through. The friend I know him with says he doesn’t know his whereabout and has bluntly refused to take me to his house. My second daughter has left home for an unknown destination following the revelation by her sister that she too has been sleeping with him. I am very confused as my daughter and I are stuck without situation. How do I explain to the world that my daughter and I are pregnant for this same man and that he is nowhere to be seen? What should I do please?”
What advice do you have for this helpless woman who has found herself in this mess? Please feel free to share in your thoughts and comments on the matter
Over the years, Nigerian women have proven that they are capable of achieving incredible feats across all industries and this is the case of Adeola Ogunmola Sowemimo, who becomes the First Nigerian Female Pilot at Qatar Airways likewise the First Nigerian Female Pilot on the Gigantic Boeing 787 Dreamliner Aircraft.
The news of Adeola’s amazing feat was shared via Facebook and it didn’t take long . the Qatar Airways is the state-owned national carrier of Qatar and this feat by Ms. Sowemimo is indeed paving the way for Nigerian women in the aviation industry.
Qatar Airways Company Q.C.S.C.operating as Qatar Airways, is the state-owned flag carrier of Qatar. Headquartered in the Qatar Airways Tower in Doha, the airline operates a hub-and-spoke network, linking over 150 international destinations across Africa, Central Asia, Europe, Far East, South Asia, Middle East, North America, South America and Oceania from its base at Hamad International Airport, using a fleet of more than 200 aircraft. Qatar Airways Group employs more than 43,000 people. The carrier has been a member of the Oneworld alliance since October 2013, the first Gulf carrier to sign with one of the three airline alliances.
The Toraja people of Indonesia often don’t bury their deceased loved ones for years – or even decades
CUDDLING up to Arel, her six year-old sister, Clara stares directly at the camera for a picture.
It has the makings of a sweet family mantelpiece portrait – however, one of the girls is dead.
In a mountainous area of Indonesia, the Toraja people mummify the bodies of the deceased and care for their preserved bodies as though they are still living.
There are around one million Torajan people, most of whom live in the South Sulawesi region, who believe that after death the soul remains in the house so the dead are treated to food, clothing, water, cigarettes.
Their skin and flesh are preserved from decaying and rotting – which begins within days of death – by a coating of a chemical solution called formalin, which is a mixture of formaldehyde and water.
The stench is strong, so the family will store lots of dried plants beside the body to mask the odour.
Drone footage captures an unknown Indian tribe living in a dense Amazon rainforest in the far west of Northern Brazil
For the community, a well-preserved body brings good fortune so family go to great lengths to ensure those who have died remain in the best possible shape.
They are then kept wrapped up in blankets in a bed in a room of the house or in in wealthier homes, they’ll rest in a tongkonan – a traditional Torajan ‘ancestral’ house with a distinctive boat-shaped roof so the rain water runs off.
They’ll stay here until the funeral takes place, which in some instances can be years or even decades.
“My mother died suddenly, so we aren’t ready yet to let her go,” a Torajan woman, Yohana Palangda, told National Geographic of how this helps the grieving process.
“I can’t accept burying her too quickly.”
Often families will need to spend time saving in order to be able to afford a proper funeral, which staggeringly can cost anywhere between 700million Indonesian rupiah (£38,000) for lower castes and more than 3 trillion rupiah (£200,000) for upper castes.
With many low-income rural Torajans struggling to earn more than around 1 million rupiah each month (£54), bank loans are often a necessity and in recent years, younger people have been moving to the cities, unable to afford such high amounts.
Much of the money goes towards buying dozens of water buffalo – which can cost between £7,000 and £30,000, based on length of horns and colour of the eyes – to sacrifice, known as Rambu Solo.
This marks the official death of the person and help raise them to heaven, a place they call Puya.
These funerals tend to be more of a celebration than a sombre event.
Even after the dead have been buried in a mausoleum or stone grave, it won’t be the last time their relatives will come face-to-face with their body.
In a ritual known as Ma’nene – which means “care for ancestors” and traditionally takes place in August – the dead are brought out from their graves, taken out of their coffins, washed of insects and dirt, given new clothes and brought down to the village to enjoy a cigarette in their favourite spot or visit their old home.
Friends and family will travel miles to be reunited with their deceased loved ones and enjoy a feast to mark the occasion.
It is also a time when younger generations can meet their ancestors for the first time.
They will often pose for photographs with the bodies, or take a selfie.
Eventually, the dead will be returned to their coffin and relatives will leave them with new gifts – such as watches, glasses or jewellery.
It is thought that these Torajan death rites first began in 9 AD.
These days, the practices are accompanied by Christian elements – including recitations of the Lord’s prayer and biblical readings – stemming from when Dutch missionaries discovered Indonesia in the 16th century, in search of nutmeg and cloves, they introduced the religion to the local Torajan people.
These days, European and Australian tourists now mingle with locals as afterlife processions continue to be embraced through the generations.
Shocking moment Indonesian man is crushed to death by his own mother’s coffin during her funeral while carrying it up a bamboo ladder
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