The couple split in June 2019 when Anderson accused Rami of cheating on her in a huge rant on social media. “The last (more than) 2 years of my life have been a big lie. I was scammed, led to believe … we were in love,” the 52-year-old said. “I’m devastated to find out in the last few days. No dull moment for Adil Rami “I’m glad I spoke to his ex. My God. He lied to her about all too. She’s also in shock and is very sad. “He used to joke about other players who had girlfriends down the street in apartments close to their wives. He called those men monsters… He is the monster.” Rami reportedly went AWOL from Marseille training following the breakup and it reportedly ended his dream of finishing his career in Los Angeles. Read AlsoAntonio Cassano: Sex before match my biggest ginger! The bad news kept coming for Rami as he was sacked by the French outfit last August for ‘gross misconduct’. He is currently without a club after allegedly lying to Sochi about a serious knee injury upon joining earlier this year. Promoted Content7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A VeganBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better12 Movies That Almost Ended Their Stars’ CareersTop 10 Tiniest Phones Ever Made6 Of The Best 90s Shows That Need To Come Back ASAP8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Things That Actually Ruin Your Phone7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes French World Cup winner Adil Rami used to have sex with model actress Pamela Anderson up to twelve times per night a former teammate has revealed. Aleksandr Kokorin, a former teammate of Rami’s at Russian side Sochi, revealed the central defender would tell stories of the two-year relationship in training. “Rami told us a lot of interesting things about Pamela Anderson,” the 29-year-old told Alexander Aliyev per Marca. “Of course, everybody was interested in what their relationship was like in bed. “Rami said that Pamela was the best woman he’d had in his life. “He said that he and Pamela used to have sex 12 times a night.” Adil Rami winning matches indoors with 12 times per night sex with Pamela Anderson The 34-year-old didn’t play a single minute of France’s World Cup triumph two years ago but many remarked he was still ‘winning at life’ thanks to Anderson. However, a French source explained the romps: “Maybe explain his drop in form for Marseille at the time.” Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
“I’m sure all our bowlers will benefit from the experience that a two-time World Cup winner has accumulated, especially in the pressure situations of a global event. “It’s a fantastic opportunity for our bowlers to learn from a living legend and one I’m sure they’ll all benefit from.” Ireland play Randwick Petersham in a 50-over friendly on Friday before official warm-up games against Scotland next Tuesday and Bangladesh two days later. Ireland have been drawn in Pool B of the World Cup alongside India, Pakistan, South Africa, Zimbabwe, UAE and the West Indies, who they face in their opening game in Nelson on February 16. Former Australia paceman Brett Lee has agreed a short-term deal to act as Ireland’s bowling coach in the build-up to the World Cup. The 38-year-old, who retired from all forms of cricket last month after taking almost 700 wickets in Test and ODI cricket for Australia, will assist Ireland during their warm-up period in Sydney. Ireland head coach Phil Simmons said of the World Cup winner: “Brett Lee has a wonderful knowledge of fast bowling, and his special insight of Australian pitches will help give our bowlers further confidence ahead of their group matches. Press Association
Having played every game so far, Croatia will have to adjust to life without Vrsaljko and it could be a situation that Gareth Southgate and Steve Holland take advantage of in their preparations leading up to tonight’s game.The absence of Vrsaljko could now leave Croatia’s right-hand side vulnerable, with Ashley Young, Dele Alli and Jesse Lingard more than capable of exposing a weakened back line.It is expected that Croatia will shift centre-back Domagoj Vida into the right back slot, with former â€‹Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka slotting into the centre of defence alongside Dejan Lovren.Marca report that more information regarding the extent of Vrsaljko’s injury will become clear on Monday. If the injury were to be serious, he could well miss the start of the 2018-19 â€‹La Liga season for AtlÃ©tico Madrid.Meanwhile, England midfielder Jordan Henderson is facing a race to be fit after picking up a hamstring injury in the Three Lions’ â€‹quarter final victory against Sweden.Henderson was withdrawn after 85 minutes, replaced by like-minded midfielder Eric Dier as England saw out their victory to progress to the last four for the first time since 1990.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram England have been handed a boost following the news that Croatia defender Sime Vrsaljko will miss their â€‹World Cup semi final through injury.The â€‹AtlÃ©tico Madrid defender was withdrawn from â€‹Croatia’s quarter final tie against Russia after 97 minutes last Saturday, having picked up a serious injury to his left knee.Vrsaljko will now sit out of the semi final against England on Wednesday, according to â€‹Marca, which will be a huge blow for Croatia following his solid defensive displays in the right back slot over the course of the tournament.
It’s a funny thing how national exposure works. Everyone who doesn’t have it wants it, and those who are in the spotlight are always wishing it were on someone else.At Wisconsin’s annual media day Oct. 20, senior Kammron Taylor was asked if it was a breath of fresh air to finally have his program get some national recognition.Taylor, who has openly campaigned for UW attention in the past, sat for a moment pondering the correct response before finally answering.”Man, we know you guys have a job to do,” Taylor said, eventually indicating that the media has never won any games for the Badgers and that he didn’t want to get caught up in what the media says.Whether they like it or not, the members of the 2006 Wisconsin men’s basketball team now find themselves in an unusual position: squarely in the preseason limelight. In the USA Today-ESPN Coaches Poll released last week, UW was ranked No. 9 nationally. In a Big Ten writers’ poll conducted by the Capital Times, Wisconsin was tabbed as the class of the conference, collecting 17 of 22 first-place votes.”With all the expectations and high rankings and stuff like that, it’s kind of hard to [embrace it] because with Bo Ryan, nothing changes,” sophomore forward Marcus Landry said. “His whole style isn’t going change, ever.”As UW opens its preseason this Friday, with an exhibition game against UW-Stout, the Badgers find themselves at the beginning of what could be a very special ride. Players and coaches, however, refuse to equate any more excitement to the beginning of this season as in comparison to seasons past.”Last year’s first day is the same as this year’s first day,” sophomore forward Joe Krabbenhoft said.It’s understandable why Wisconsin is being looked upon as such an NCAA power this year, as UW brings back 12 players from a year ago, losing only senior swingman Ray Nixon to graduation, which equates to the Badgers returning 90 percent of their scoring from a year ago. In contrast, the vaunted Buckeyes bring back only 35.5 percent of their points.Even on an individual level, Wisconsin is getting recognition with star forward Alando Tucker being picked as the preseason Big Ten Player of the Year and receiving serious talk about being a Wooden Award candidate.”It’s not just what he does on the floor, it’s what he does off the floor,” junior Brian Butch said. “He’s just such a great leader.””With all the players we have back this year, he’s going to be even [harder] to stop this year than he was last year,” Taylor said.The fifth-year senior, who is one of the most difficult matchups in the country, makes life easier for the Badgers by drawing significant attention from opposing defenses no matter where he is on the floor.”Whenever he has the ball, and sometimes even when he doesn’t, you can see defenses slumping off, trying to cheat towards him,” Krabbenhoft said.Tucker is just the centerpiece of a Badger offensive attack that has several scoring options. Taylor, an honorable mention all-conference performer from a year ago, returns as one of the top three-point shooters and clutch players in the Big Ten. Taylor averaged 14.2 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.35 assists last season.”I feel like I can help this team and that I can be better,” Taylor said. “We as a team can be one of the best.”With a challenging schedule that is sure to rank highly in the RPI, the Badgers are ready to get their season started and see where all their experience will take them.”We’re all ready to get going,” said senior forward Jason Chappell, who started all but one game a year ago. “Everyone is just thrilled to back on the court and start playing again.””It only matters where we are at the end of the season, not the beginning,” Tucker said. “That’s what we are shooting for, being ranked high at the end.”
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum gained the most delegates for the Republican presidential nomination on Tuesday, garnering 183 and 64 votes respectively.Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich also clinched his home state of Georgia, adding to a total of 52 delegates for the night, and Texas Rep. Ron Paul, who has the fewest total delegates of any contender for the nomination, won no delegates.All four candidates fall short of the 1,144 delegates needed to secure the nomination for president, while 1,700 delegates remain.As of 11 p.m. Tuesday, Romney lead the pack with 320, Santorum followed at 140, Gingrich earned 75 and Paul secured 35.Romney told a crowd in Boston that his campaign team took the night as a victory.“We’re counting up the delegates and we’re counting down the days until November,” Romney said. “We’re going to get a huge victory tonight in Massachusetts and take that victory all the way to the White House.”Romney touted his experience in business and criticized President Barack Obama’s handling of the economy, pledging to cut, cap and balance the national budget and create jobs.“The debts today are too high and the jobs are too few,” Romney said. “We’ve seen enough of the president over the last three years to know we don’t need another five. This president’s run out of ideas, he’s run out of excuses and, in 2012, we’re going to get him out of office.”Romney said he learned how government should work during his time as governor of Massachusetts.“I know how government kills jobs and I know how government can create jobs,” Romney said.Santorum also targeted Obama as he addressed supporters from a high school gymnasium in Steubenville, Ohio. He said he would come from behind to get the GOP nomination.“We’re going to win a few, we’re going to lose a few,” Santorum said. “We’re going to get at least a few gold medals and a whole bunch of silver medals.”Santorum stressed the geographic diversity of his majority wins in Iowa, Colorado, Minnesota and Tennessee.“We have won in the West, the Midwest and the South,” Santorum said. “We’re ready to win across this country.”He said “the straw that broke the camel’s back” that caused him to run was Obama’s health care legislation, which he said violates the Constitution.“This is an election about fundamental liberties and the signature piece of legislation, with economic rights created by the government to force you to buy insurance, to buy policies you don’t want and to pay for coverage that violates your faith convictions,” Santorum said.Gingrich attacked Romney in his stump speech, as he told supporters in the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel that his win of Georgia shows that he had defeated “the national elite, especially in the Republican party.” Though he’s about 150 delegates behind the frontrunner nominee, Gingrich said he should be the GOP nominee because Romney would not be able to out-fundraise Obama.“I am the one candidate who has the ability to debate Barack Obama decisively,” Gingrich said. “I don’t believe outspending your opponent five to one with negative ads is going to win the presidency.”Gingrich said Romney’s campaign, which has spent nearly $56 million, ran slanderous advertisements.“It’s one thing to have lots of money,” Gingrich said. “It’s another thing to lie with lots of money.”Meanwhile, politically active students on campus are beginning to gear up to work on the 2012 election. The members of USC College Republicans and USC College Democrats plan to help campaign for their respective party’s nominee in the coming months.College Republicans will begin actively campaigning once the GOP chooses a candidate, said Alex Kludjian, public relations director for College Republicans. The group is currently working to increase its membership.“The Republican club used to be one of the prominent clubs on campus and we want to re-establish that place [at] school,” Kludjian said. “We’re hoping to help properly inform people and advocate on campus.”College Democrats Political Director Kaya Masler founded Students for Barack Obama to help channel support for the incumbent president.“USC is considered the hub for Students for Barack Obama,” Masler said. “USC and UCSB are spearheading the project, making calls to the community and creating awareness on campus.” Jackie Mansky contributed to this report.
A survey conducted by the Council for Aid to Education’s Voluntary Support of Education reported that USC ranked third in highest financial contributions from donors last year.In 2013, USC received a total of $674.5 million in donations, behind Stanford University and Harvard University, who were ranked first and second, respectively. The survey also found that overall university philanthropy is increasing slowly since a dip after the 2008 recession.According to the Council for Aid to Education’s website, the Voluntary Support of Education survey “is the authoritative national source of data on charitable giving to higher education and private K-12 institutions.”USC Senior Vice President of Finance Robert Abeles commented on the prestige of being ranked among schools with long histories of receiving large financial gifts.“To be ranked in fundraising alongside universities such as Stanford and Harvard is a wonderful tribute to the generosity of our alumni, parents, grandparents and others who support our commitment to becoming one of the world’s great institutions of higher learning,” Abeles said.USC Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Elizabeth Garrett commented on the successful fundraising efforts of USC President C. L. Max Nikias.“Traditionally, people thought the Ivy League is the giant donors,” Garrett said. “We’ve seen USC rising in the ranks, though. In this respect, the president’s audacious fundraiser campaign has been more successful than any of us have expected. It’s a very credible kind of success,” Garrett said.Garrett also commented on how the generosity of donors will greatly benefit student scholarship funds.“What makes me particularly excited is that the fundraising efforts are for academics,” Garrett said. “We will be increasing student scholarships, and much of the money has been allocated for academic priority.”The provost said the fundraising efforts have culminated in a variety of donations.“We’ve had, in this campaign, more than 200,000 individual donations. Quite a bit of fundraising comes from parents of students, and happy parents means happy students,” Garrett said.Many USC students had similarly positive responses regarding the generosity of alumni and other donors, though they had differing views on how the contributions should be allocated throughout the university.Sarkis Ekmekian, a junior majoring in communication, commented on the Trojan Family’s generous contribution to the upcoming Wallis Annenberg Hall building.“I think it’s amazing and it shows how dedicated the Trojan Family is and how much people appreciate what USC has done for them,” Ekmekian said. “I’m positive the school will utilize all these funds to provide more amazing resources for us, such as the new Annenberg building, which I am extremely excited about.”Shayna Lurey, a sophomore majoring in business administration, hopes to see more funds distributed to student scholarship funds.“I think it’s great that USC has the ability to improve our campus and provide scholarships to so many Trojans,” Lurey said. “Hopefully, the generosity of our alumni will contribute to even more scholarship opportunities for students in need.”Adam Syed, a junior majoring in psychology, similarly wants to see the contributions go toward academic scholarships for students.“I think that’s good; I just hope a portion of the money goes toward financial aid and scholarship funds because a lot of students need financial help,” Syed said.
After working as an architect for several years, he was encouraged by his ‘ex’ to try his “cooking thing.” He applied to the only then accredited culinary school in Miami, Johnson and Whales, and got accepted. He later graduated with an associate degree in the Culinary Arts. This was the second of its kind; the first took place at the home of Michele Henney, his partner. Exotic menu The evening’s menu consisted of:Course 1: Charred Octopus Salad, with Chilled Mango Soup.Course 2: Salad with Pickled June Plum, corn, tomato and Pepper Relish, Arugula Leaves, Jackfruit Dressing, Scotch Bonnet Oil Drizzle.Course 3: Sauted Snapper Bass w/DjonDjon Butter Bean Ragu, Hibiscus Chutney.Course 4: Indian-spiced Roasted Goat, Pumpkin Polenta, Papaya Slaw, Cilantro Sauce.Course 5: Dukunoo Bites w/ Naseberry Sauce, Smoked Whipped Cream. Dr. Patricia Elliott said, “I usually don’t’ try new things. Usually I don’t eat stuff I don’t know, stuff I can’t identify. This his has been a surprise to myself; an amazing dining experience introducing me to a whole range of foods.” Popular photographer David Muir documented the evening. He hinted that Chef Irie will be coming out with a book soon. Can’t beat that! Growing up, cooking wasn’t seen as a “real” career. So, he chose to go into something “career-worthy” and studied architecture at University of Florida from 1990-95. Valentina said, “I really enjoyed the food, the setting. I’m not used to it, but it was really pleasing.” He has no regrets about turning his back on architecture for life in the kitchen. “You don’t get tired of cooking: I don’t cook as much for myself. The motivation to cook for others is greater than myself,” he said. Why the name Chef Irie? Chef Irie was born in Kingston, Jamaica, but raised in St. Catherine. He discovered cooking as an eight-year-old watching his mother cook. The popular Jamaican maestro offered a scrumptious dinner on July 30 at the North Miami home of Sonya, his long-time friend. Encouraged to try cooking Top class entertainment According to Chef Irie, intimate settings are “a chance for me to really explore food in ways I don’t often get the opportunity to do. This dinner was great. It was different too because of the entertainment component. The food was even better because I felt I was ‘ramping’ it up, the ideas, the component structure. I was truly happy with the host.” Guests Impressed Sonya’s home has a huge yard, pool, two gazebos and a children’s play area. It was the perfect setting for an enchanting dinner. Guests were impressed by food and performers. “I was trying to have a link to my country. I felt strongly about what I was doing. I wanted a name mentioned in the household not only nationally but globally,” he said. Entertainment was led by Dita, an Indian poet and painter who performed spoken word pieces about people of color and the current political climate in America. Sharon said, “Awesome was the experience for me, different really good. It was a good experience.” Favor intimate settings Talented singer La Vavie, along with her pianist, performed a mixture of elevator music and sounds from the Caribbean. Have you ever wished a “real live” chef could cook for you? Ever thought about having a five-course dinner professionally done in your own kitchen? Well, now you can, with the innovative and down-to-earth Chef Irie.
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Southampton manager Ronald Koeman says he has been surprised by his side’s impressive start to the season.Despite losing several key players in the summer, Saints have made their greatest Premier League start and best in the top flight for 31 years.They earned a fourth successive league win by beating Queens Park Rangers 2-1 at St Mary’s on Saturday to remain second in the table.When asked if he had been surprised by the start, Koeman replied: “A little.”The Dutchman, who took over at Southampton in the summer, told BBC Sport: “You always have to wait after a lot of changes in the team. “But we had a good pre-season, we had some difficult moments in the club, a lot of people, even the press was a little bit afraid, with questions about relegation.”But we know what our qualities are, and little by little we have shown them. I’m satisfied with how we’re playing. Now we can watch the table tonight and take a picture.”Southampton lost manager Mauricio Pochettino to Tottenham in May – with Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana, Dejan Lovren, Luke Shaw and Calum Chambers all leaving on the playing side.But since losing their opening Premier League fixture 2-1 at Liverpool on 17 August, Koeman’s side have gone seven games unbeaten – and Saturday’s win was their sixth successive victory in all competitions.Graziano Pelle’s acrobatic volley sealed victory for Saints in what has been a fine week, following Tuesday’s League Cup victory at Arsenal. Koeman paid tribute to the Italian striker, who has scored four goals in as many Premier League games.”It was a great finish, it will be one of the best goals of the season,” he added.”It was more important as it made it 2-1. I’m happy about his performance from the start of the season, because he has shown his quality and personality. He will always keep the ball for the team.”Saints statsSince August 2012, Graziano Pelle has scored 54 goals in 63 league appearances for Feyenoord and SouthamptonSouthampton’s total of 13 points from six games is their best in the top-flight since claiming 14 in 1983-84 Koeman has challenged his players to maintain the standard they have set this season.”Football is about enjoyment and the way I believe in playing will bring points,” he said.”The way we played against Liverpool was important as it showed we can play at a high level,” he said. “Now we have to work hard every day to stay at that.”
The board unanimously agreed on all three finalists, who will be invited for daylong district visits on March 20-22. The visits will include a tour of the school district and meetings with students, employees, union leaders, community members and the school board.“I want to say how pleased we are with the outstanding pool of applicants for this top leadership post,” said Board President Eileen Thomson. “We are proud that so many talented individuals are interested in joining the district team and furthering our efforts to provide the best education possible for our nearly 10,000 students.”The community is invited to meet with the finalists between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 20; Tuesday, March 21; and Wednesday, March 22. The meetings will be held at the Olympia Regional Learning Academy (ORLA), 2400 15th Ave. S.E. in Olympia. Finalists are scheduled as follows:Monday, March 20: Chris WoodsTuesday, March 21: Trevor GreeneWednesday, March 22: Patrick MurphyThe individual selected as Olympia’s next superintendent will replace Dick Cvitanich, who is retiring effective June 30, 2017. Facebook5Tweet0Pin0Submitted by The Olympia School DistrictThe Olympia School Board has selected three finalists to be considered to serve as the district’s superintendent.Directors voted during a special board meeting on March 14 to select the following finalists for the position of superintendent:Trevor Greene, Executive Director of Human Resources, Highline School DistrictPatrick Murphy, Assistant Superintendent, Edmonds School DistrictChris Woods, Executive Director of Student Learning, Tumwater School DistrictTrevor Greene. Photo courtesy: Olympia School DistrictPatrick Murphy. Photo courtesy: Olympia School DistrictChris Woods. Photo courtesy: Olympia School District