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Chelsea Owner Roman Abramovich Attempted Six Times To Hire Pep Guardiola

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has attempted six times to hire Pep Guardiola.

Guardiola’s Manchester City meet Chelsea in the FA Cup semifinals tomorrow at Wembley.

The Athletic reports the Russian has followed Guardiola’s progress ever since he emerged as a world-class manager at Barcelona, where he won 14 trophies in a glittering four-year spell.

See Why U.S. Slams Visa Ban On Ugandan Officials

The United States says it would enforce visa restrictions on identified Ugandan officials believed to have been responsible for or complicit in undermining the country’s democratic process, especially during the run up to the January general elections and the aftermath.

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken in a statement issued on Friday said that the actions of the President Museveni led government during the recent presidential elections undermined democracy and respect for human rights in Uganda.

See Why Ahmed Musa Will Not Be Paid At Pillars

Ahmed Musa will not be paid in his short stint at Kano Pillars in the Nigeria Premier Football League, Saturday PUNCH reports.

Musa, 28, signed for the four-time Nigerian champions under the Elite Players Programme of the League Management Company, which encourages top Nigerian internationals to play for local clubs.

Pantami Gives Reasons Why He Is Not A Terrorist

Minister of communications and digital economy Isa Pantami, said he has never had issues with his Christian aides, friends and associates of many years, telling Peoples Gazette in an interview On Friday evening that the recent reports of his past controversial comments were misconstrued.

“My personal driver is Mai Keffi, a practising Christian,” Mr Pantami told The Gazette by telephone. “I also have a Christian, Ms Nwosu, as my secretary and Dr Femi, also a Christian, as my technical adviser.”

“If I did not like Christians or I did not see them as my brothers and sisters, I would not have been working with them for so long,” the minister said. “I employed more Christians than Muslims on my staff because I believe in merit and competence over ethnic or tribal sentiments.”

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