Juventus ‘Irked’ By Maurizio Sarri’s Refusal To Quit Smoking Despite His Struggles With Pnuemonia
Sarri, a former banker, has developed a reputation for smoking during games. When he was at Napoli he was often seen lighting a cigarette during the game – a habit he had to give up during the sole season he spent in West London. While at Stamford Bridge, Sarri would chew cigarette filters to quench his appetite.
Juventus face Napoli at home on Saturday evening. Former Arsenal man Aaron Ramsay is an injury doubt after missing training with a slight back pain.
Sarkodie, Shatta Wale and Samini feature on Kuami Eugene’s Son Of Africa album
The track-list for Ghanaian ‘Rockstar’ Kuami Eugene’s highly anticipated sophomore album titled ‘Son Of Africa’ is finally out. Scheduled for…
Charterhouse Announces New Dates For The 21st Vodafone Ghana Music Awards
After the unusual break-in-calendar of the 21st Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Charterhouse is thrilled to announce a comeback. Organizers and…