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Asprilla puts spice and humour into COVID-19: selling condoms 2 for 1

first_imgEx-Colombian and Newcastle forward, Faustino Asprilla, owner of a condom brand, encouraged his followers to buy them on Twitter and joked with a 2 for 1 discount so that there are no more children during the confinement. Asprilla has always been characterised because of his way of being. Although he left a mark because of his great quality as a footballer, It has been everything that has surrounded his sporting life that has made him a sporting legend. Now, in the midst of a health emergency because of the coronavirus, he has opted to encourage his compatriots to buy condoms from his brand ‘Tino’. Read Also: Mata mocks Matic over training regime during lockdown “I have a lot of condoms left at home and I want you to help me use them, because it’s very difficult for me to use them all”, he started by saying in a video on Twitter. “Because suddenly having children with this virus does not work, so I will give you a link to get these condoms more than half price,” he continued, while asking for caution during the confinement in a peculiar marketing campaign. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe 10 Most Irresistible Asian Actresses7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeWhat Women Find The Most Attractive In Men From The 60-s11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV Shows8 Shows That Overstayed Their Welcome8 Amazing Movies You Need To Watch On Amazon PrimeThe Best Cars Of All Time Loading… last_img read more

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Alan Pardew expects Stoke to be affected by League Cup exploits

first_img Pardew has also made little secret of his desire to prioritise the competition this season, believing it represents a fine chance for his team to win a trophy, and when asked about playing opposite Hughes in the 1990 final when the then-Manchester United striker’s equalising goal denied Pardew and Palace success, he said: “He was a fantastic player. “And it doesn’t always translate (to management), he’s one of the few great players that has turned into a great manager, and there’s not many who’ve done that, so hats off to him. “Stoke’s result (at Liverpool), which was tough on them, because I thought they probably deserved to go through, will make it a game that’s important for both clubs. “We both sense it’s a competition we can win. We feel we can win it. Over 90 minutes of football it’s a more even playing field, and therefore we’re going to attack it. “I’d be foolish to say we haven’t got an advantage, we have. A tough game they had this week, and probably Mark is toying over what’s his best team, who’s got the energy to go and play a tough cup game. “It is a little bit easier for us in terms of decision making, and going to the game. Those factors might play a part. (But) they might not, sometimes the mid-week game gets you in the zone, so you can never really tell.” Saturday’s fixture represents Palace’s first since the arrival of Emmanuel Adebayor on a free transfer until the end of the season, but despite his team’s recent impotence in front of goal Pardew will resist starting him in the belief he remains short of match fitness. “Ade won’t start on Saturday, this guy has not been around the action enough,” he said. “Whether he’ll be involved or not I’ll have to see, that’s a decision I’ll make with Ade. He doesn’t look too far away, that’s the good news.” Hughes has impressively rebuilt the reputation that was damaged by his sacking at QPR in 2012 by transforming Stoke from a one-dimensional, direct team into one that is both fluid and attractive. His recruitment of talents like Bojan and Xherdan Shaqiri gives them a reasonable chance of success in the cup, but after their Capital One Cup semi-final penalty shootout defeat at Liverpool on Tuesday there is a risk they will be under-prepared for Saturday’s fixture. Alan Pardew has praised Mark Hughes as a “great manager”, but believes he faces a simpler task than his rival when Crystal Palace host Stoke in the FA Cup’s fourth round on Saturday.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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