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December 30, 2020

Instant Karma: The Heart and Soul of a Ski Bum

first_imgWhere have all the real ski bums gone? The old school spirit is revived by Wayne Sheldrake in this memoir of his time as a wide-eyed and occasionally reckless adventurer. He consistently throws himself into big storms and tackles the terrain most of us avoid. But this isn’t just about a guy with guts. It’s more about the epiphanies that come by taking chances and throwing yourself into the great unknown. Read it, and you’ll definitely feel like a jackass for sticking so close to your desk job. waynesheldrake.comlast_img

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September 26, 2020

Ronaldo reveals his next career after quitting active football

first_img Read Also: Ronaldo is king of Instalgram billion dollar earners for 2019 ‘Many years ago the ideal age to retire was 30 or 32, now you still see players aged 40.’ Ronaldo has been nominated for Best Men’s Player at the Dubai Globe Soccer Awards, which he won in January, and will go up against Lionel Messi and Liverpool duo Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah. Also at the event were former United forward Romelu Lukaku and Atletico Madrid starlet Joao Felix, who were commended for their involvement as guest speakers. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 ‘One thing that fascinates me is to want to try acting in a film.’ Loading… Cristiano Ronaldo is already one of the biggest stars in football, but has now set his sights on the film industry when he retires. The Portugal captain has admitted he would like to try his hand at acting when he eventually hangs up his boots, and the former Manchester United star could follow in the footsteps of ex-Red Devils player Eric Cantona, who went on to enjoy a film career after his retirement. Cristiano Ronaldo says he wants to give acting a try when he eventually retires from football The superstar is no stranger to the limelight and has balanced his football career alongside advertisements and commercial responsibilities, as well as featuring as a model in a number of photoshoots. And it appears the 34-year-old is not finished there and says he would be interested in a Hollywood turn when the time is right. Speaking at the Dubai Sports Conference, he said: ‘When I quit football I would like to resume my studies. I focus a lot on studying, on learning, because unfortunately the studies I have done can’t give answer all the questions I have in mind.center_img Ronaldo insisted he has no plans to retire just yet, and promised to listen to his body to decide when the right time is to call it a day. ‘I have never had a bad season in my life, since I am always ready to face challenges,’ he said in Dubai. ‘I always play with the intention of winning. The moment my body no longer responds in the right way on the pitch, then it will be time for me to stop. ‘One thing that fascinates me is to want to try acting in a film’: Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo reveals he would like to turn his hand to drama when he finally hangs up his boots #CristianoRonaldo #Juventus #SerieA #football pic.twitter.com/Yl17PZ1K6g— IPTV7K (@Iptv7K) December 28, 2019last_img read more

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September 21, 2020

Mikel backs Eto’o to find form

first_img The Cameroon international had a debut to forget in the 1-0 defeat at Everton – Jose Mourinho’s first loss in his second spell at the club – and looked a poor imitation of the player who had successful spells at Barcelona and Inter Milan. Two extortionately paid seasons with Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala may have dulled the senses of the 32-year-old but Mikel predicts it will not be long before Eto’o is striking fear into defences again. Chelsea midfielder Jon Obi Mikel has every confidence new striker Samuel Eto’o will find his shooting boots sooner rather than later. “Samuel is a great player, a fantastic player. You could see the way he played, he created some fantastic chances,” the Nigeria international told Press Association Sport. “That is why the manager brought him in. Obviously he has a lot of trust and belief in him. “Let’s wait and see, the English league is very difficult to adapt to and this was the first game for him and he has done pretty well. “Chelsea was my first real professional club and it took me six months to a year to adapt, but I think someone like Eto’o, who is well experienced and has played in so many leagues, won’t take very long. “I think he looked a bit sharp so it won’t take him long to get back into his fitness. “He is a world-class player, a fantastic guy. We just have to keep playing with him and helping him to adapt to the Premier League. “He tries to give his experience so we have to keep working with him, keep playing with him and trying to help him to fit in.” Eto’o’s debut could have got off to the perfect start after only five minutes, but he directed a close-range header from Ramires’ cross wastefully wide. More embarrassingly for the Cameroonian, and probably as a result of trying too hard, he ballooned one shot into the upper tier of the Gwladys Street end. He would have scored into an open net had Everton’s own debutant Gareth Barry not slid in to rescue goalkeeper Tim Howard’s blushes when, in trying to pass sideways out of his six-yard area, he picked out Andre Schurrle. But all-in-all it was not the debut people were expecting as Steven Naismith bundled home a header from close range on the stroke of half-time. The closest Everton came to scoring after that was when Leighton Baines rattled the angle of crossbar and post with a 90th-minute free-kick. Chelsea created plenty of chances and Mikel said that meant it was difficult to know what to fix. “It is about how we bounce back. Sometimes when you know what you’ve done wrong it is easy to bounce back,” he said. “We need to go back to training and try to find out what we didn’t do – although everyone knows what we didn’t do, we didn’t score goals.” Mourinho felt his side should have won but stressed he was confident the goals would start flowing once his side got up to speed with his methods. “We train movement, we train dynamics, we train attacking organisation, we train finishing situations related to the position of the players and the profile of situations,” said the Portuguese. “The players are good so sooner or later we will score goals. “If they don’t have the killer instinct they have to get it but I think they have it. “I think Samuel has had it all his career and the situations he had in the game made me very happy because it looked for me like he had a good understanding with the team. “I think (Eden) Hazard is playing very well. The kid is having a very good evolution and is showing maturity and ambition and I am very happy. So, no problem. “Normally the team has to be the face of their manager and it is easier to be that after four or five months than six weeks. “We have the profile of players we have and since the beginning I know that teams are incomparable (with his previous Chelsea era). “This is a different team of players and we have to play with our strength and that is exactly what we did in this game but we have to put the ball in the net. “I encourage them because we have an identity and we played to our identity. “We have to play to our qualities and we did but they have to be effective and score goals. “One day we won’t deserve to win and we will win, I am sure.” Press Associationlast_img read more

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