Aubameyang’s father becomes Gabon’s New Coach

Pierre Aubame, the father of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang,Gabonese and Arsenal star, has this Friday, September 21, been named one of the two national team coaches of Gabon in replacement to Jose Antonio Camacho, the dismissed Spaniard.

The Spaniard coach was sacked last week over poor results as Gabon won only two matches in their last 17.

The replacement, Aubameyang’s father, Aubame was a former captain of Gabon. He had 80 caps for the Gabon national team from 1985 to 1998. He spent most of his career at French team Stade Lavallois. He also worked as a scout for A.C. Milan.

He comes on the saddle with another former captain, Daniel Cousin in what the Gabonese FA described as “co-coaches.” Cousin was a forward at Rangers and Hull City, previously acted as team manager in charge of logistics. Francois Amegasse, another former national team skipper, takes over Cousin’s role. – Sport Village Square

 – Sept. 21, 2018 @ 16:47 GMT |

Lewis Hamilton wins in Singapore with Sebastian Vettel third

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton cruised to victory in the Singapore Grand Prix to strengthen his hold on this year’s World Championship.

Hamilton’s controlled drive from a pole position won brilliantly on Saturday, September 15, was helped by the latest in a series of questionable strategy calls from Ferrari.

It dropped Hamilton’s title rival Sebastian Vettel from second to third behind Max Verstappen, throwing away a position the German had earned by overtaking the Red Bull driver on the first lap.

While Vettel was left to question his team once again this season – and for the second time this weekend after a less-than-perfect qualifying session – Hamilton’s only worrying moment was caused by back markers at about two-thirds distance.

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Haas driver Romain Grosjean and Williams’ Sergey Sirotkin ignored the closing Hamilton in the heat of their battle for position and cost him his five-second advantage over Verstappen.

Hamilton had to fend off an attack from Verstappen into Turn Seven as a result, which he just managed to do, and Grosjean was later given a five-second penalty for his misdemeanour.

Hamilton’s victory, with Vettel third behind Verstappen, extended the Briton’s advantage over the German in the championship to 40 points with six races and a maximum of 150 points remaining.

Hamilton and Mercedes’ main concern in this race was to ensure they retained the lead at the first corner, with a feisty Verstappen with nothing to lose behind them, and then to avoid being passed by Verstappen or Vettel during the pit-stop period.

Vettel’s pass on Verstappen into Turn Seven on the first lap came just before a safety car was called after Force India’s Sergio Perez pushed his team-mate Esteban Ocon into the wall on the exit of the first chicane.

The move put Vettel in the position he wanted from which to attack Hamilton after a disappointing qualifying session for Ferrari, but the team blew it.

They brought Vettel in on lap 14 and switched him on to the ultra-soft tyres, hoping to benefit from the rubber’s extra pace on its initial laps.

But Hamilton followed him in next time around, fitting the more durable soft tyre, and rejoined ahead of Vettel, who had soon found himself held up behind Perez when he came out of the pits.

Vettel immediately questioned the decision, saying: “There is no chance. We are again too late. The tyres will not make it to the end.” – BBC

 – Sept. 21, 2018 @ 16:45 GMT |

Okowa to honour National Youth Games heroes October 1

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State, will on October 1, host and honour the state’s athletes and officials, who made history by winning the National Youth Games a record fourth time in Ilorin, Kwara State last weekend.

Team Delta made it four wins out of four competitions at the 2018 NYG, finishing with a total of 67 medals, made up of 27 gold, 24 silver and 16 bronze. The state had won the multi-sports youth development event for the third time in 2017 with 61 medals made up of 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze.

Tony Okowa, chairman, Delta Sports Commission, in an interview with journalists, said that the governor would host the athletes and their officials on October 1, a day set aside to mark Nigeria’s Independence.

“We are all looking forward to that day with great excitement. I am really happy for the victory in Ilorin because we promised the governor of retaining our title before we left Asaba for the championship. We also had the best of preparations for the Games following the completion of Stephen Keshi Stadium.”

The Delta Sports Commission chairman revealed that Team Delta would shift its focus to the National Sports Festival soon after the reception on October 1. “Delta had maintained its leading role at the National Sports Festival since the return to Democracy in 1999. We will do again in December when the National Sports Festival holds in Abuja. For now, we are still in celebration mood over our victory in Ilorin.”

Lagos State, which came second in the games, had missed the second and third editions, but returned for the fourth edition. It won a total of 60 medals, made up of 23 gold, 15 silver and 22 bronze.

Bayelsa and Ogun were joint third with 34 medals each, made up of 11 gold, 7 silver and 16 bronze.

– Sept. 21, 2018 @ 16:42 GMT |

Man United to be without five players for Wolves match

Manchester United will be missing five players for Saturday’s Premier League home game against Wolverhampton Wanderers, with Diogo Dalot to be rested, Marcos Rojo and Ander Herrera not fully fit and Nemanja Matic and Marcus Rashford suspended.

Dalot, who was signed from Porto in the closed season, impressed on his United debut in their 3-0 Champions League win over Switzerland’s Young Boys on Wednesday, but manager Jose Mourinho intends to ease the fullback into the side.

The Portuguese youngster joined United while he was still recovering from a knee injury and Mourinho intends to give him his next run out in the League Cup against Derby County on Tuesday.

“I want him in this process of adaption to play totally fresh, so he’s not playing tomorrow, he plays on Tuesday again,” Mourinho told reporters on Friday.

“To play for Manchester United is difficult enough for a kid of 19 years old coming from another country and after an important injury and surgery… he doesn’t need to face more difficulties from the accumulation of matches.”

United came through their midweek European encounter on an artificial pitch relatively unscathed and Mourinho will be able to field a strong starting XI against Wolves, who are a place and a point below his team in the standings.

“No injuries from the match, small things but nothing important,” Mourinho added. “Marcos Rojo is the one that is still not training with the team and Ander Herrera is not ready to play but is in the final phase of his recovery process.

“(Phil) Jones is okay now, so it’s Rashford and Matic with suspension, the ones that are not available.”

United have recovered well after hitting a rough patch in August when they were beaten twice in succession in the league, and have won three matches in a row in all competitions this month.

Mourinho is particularly pleased by his team’s defensive improvement, which he attributes to a collective effort rather than any particular combination of players.

“I think the team as a team is resolving the defensive problems better than before,” he said. “I don’t want to say it was (Eric) Bailly or Jones and is now (Chris) Smalling or (Victor) Lindelof.

“I think the team is more compact, more solid. The spirit, the cooperation, the empathy, the communication, all of that has improved and good results bring confidence.

“I think we’re improving as a team. “I don’t want to say our improvement has the name of Chris or Victor, the team is playing better and they are part of the team that plays these matches.” (Reuters/NAN)

– Sept. 21, 2018 @ 14:36 GMT |

Joshua sees Povetkin as toughest fight since Klitschko’s bout

World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua expects his title defence against Russian Alexander Povetkin on Saturday to be his toughest fight since Wladimir Klitschko and to end with a similar outcome.

Joshua, 28, knocked out Ukrainian Klitschko at Wembley in April 2017 and the 2012 Olympic champion is returning to the national stadium for the first time for his 22nd professional fight.

Povetkin, the 2004 Olympic super-heavyweight champion and WBA’s mandatory challenger, lost to Klitschko in Moscow in 2013 — the only defeat in the 39-year-old’s professional career to date.

“We’ve been away for a while, we’re back now with Alexander Povetkin,” Joshua told a news conference on Thursday.

“And I’m expecting the same type of fight because… I think we’ve both got a big heart and can dig deep.

“We both showed that against Klitschko, dug deep and stayed in there. And we’re going to do the same again on Saturday night,” he added.

Joshua’s last two world title bouts were at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, where he beat Carlos Takam before adding the WBO belt in a points win over New Zealander Joseph Parker in March.

The champion is the clear favourite but he was taking nothing for granted and said he had trained for a tough fight.

“He’s a proper fighter, he knows what he’s doing,” said Joshua, who owns the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO belts.

American Deontay Wilder holds the WBC belt but the fans will have to wait for that long-desired match-up.

“There’s loads of pressure, tons of pressure, it’s the reality,” said Joshua, who will have a crowd of some 80,000 on his side.

“Roll with the punches, what more can I do than give my best. I’ll go out there and find a way to win.”

Saturday is the first of a two-fight deal at Wembley and Joshua said he felt at ease.

“Coming back here is a blessing,” he declared. “It’s time to just put on a performance.

“It’s Chapter Two to a certain degree but I just feel relaxed and calm. It’s not new to me anymore. I feel like this is home.”

Speaking through a translator, Povetkin expected to be a match for the champion.

“When I fought Klitschko, I was much weaker and in worse shape than I am now,” he said.

“I never try to say anything ahead of time; you’ll see everything on fight night.” (Reuters/NAN)

– Sept. 21, 2018 @ 10:27 GMT |

Infantino congratulates Pinnick on re-election as NFF President

Gianni Infantino, President of World Football ruling body, FIFA has sent a congratulatory message to Amaju Pinnick on his re-election as the President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that in the polls conducted by the NFF Electoral Committee in Katsina, Pinnick swept aside three other contestants, polling 34 votes.

The second –placed Aminu Maigari’s get eight votes, with former international, Taiwo Ogunjobi getting only 2 votes, while there was none for club owner Chinedu Okoye.

In the letter addressed to the NFF and copied to the Confederation of African Football (CAF), Infantino congratulated Pinnick and the other executive members who were elected and wished them the best of luck for the challenges ahead.

“Dear Pinnick, allow me to extend to you my warmest congratulations on your re-election as President of the NFF for the 2018 – 2022 period, at today’s NFF Elective Congress in Katsina State.

“Also convey my congratulations to all your colleagues of the Executive Committee who were elected with you.

“I wish you and your team the best of luck, strength and every success for all the challenges that lie ahead.

“I look forward to continuing to work with you and seeing you soon to congratulate you in person,” Infantino said. (NAN)

– Sept. 21, 2018 @ 10:25 GMT |

Rafael Nadal out of China tournaments with knee injury

World number one Rafael Nadal has announced his withdrawal from upcoming tournaments in Beijing and Shanghai due to the right knee injury that forced him to retire from the US Open earlier this month.

Nadal had to pull out during his semi-final against Juan Martin del Potro in New York and also missed Spain’s Davis Cup defeat by France last weekend.

The 32-year-old said he visited doctors in Barcelona on Monday and has subsequently made the decision to play neither the ATP 500 event in Beijing nor the Masters 1000 in Shanghai. (AFP)

– Sept. 19, 2018 @ 14:05 GMT |

Champions League: Man City have best players to finally conquer – Arteta

Manchester City’s tag as favourites to win the Champions League is recognition for having the best players in the world to choose from, according to assistant manager Mikel Arteta.

The Spaniard will take charge of City’s European opener on Wednesday at home to Lyon as Pep Guardiola serves a ban for being sent to the stands during a quarter-final defeat to Liverpool last season.

Arteta admitted he is surprised that Real Madrid haven’t retained their status as favourites after winning three consecutive Champions League titles and with the final to be played in the Spanish capital this season.

However, the former Arsenal midfielder insists there is far more to what City are building in trying to win the European Cup for the first time than simply spending hundreds of millions in assembling one of the strongest squads in the competition.

“For me, we have the best players in the world,” Arteta said.

“They are fantastic, the mix we have between senior players and younger players, the hunger they still have in this group it is incredible.

“People talk about other things because of the money that has been spent, but people have to see what is inside this club and what has been created which is phenomenal.”

City recently celebrated a decade under the ownership of Emirati owner Sheikh Mansour, which has transformed the clubs fortunes thanks to huge investment on and off the field in facilities.

That has reaped rewards domestically with three Premier League wins, but City’s best run in Europe remains a semi-final appearance in 2015/16 before Guardiola took charge.

“That’s the aim (to win the Champions League),” added Arteta. “We have a young squad, they have gained experience and we feel better prepared than in the previous two years.

“We are preparing every single detail and learning from the past because we believe we can do better.”

Arteta was linked with a return to Arsenal as Arsene Wenger’s successor as manager earlier this year.

The 36-year-old didn’t hide his ambition to one day go out on his own, but believes he is “privileged” to be learning as a coach under Guardiola.

“I am privileged to be here and I am very fulfilled to be doing the job I am at the moment.

“If you ask me one day will I be a head coach, the answer is probably yes. But I’m really happy where I am and enjoying the moment I am living with the club.

“I think we have fantastic momentum now and there is lots of room for this club to grow.” (AFP)

– Sept. 18, 2018 @ 15:45 GMT |

World Taekwondo sanctions Nigeria Taekwondo International Open

The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has sanctioned the 2nd Nigeria Taekwondo International (NTF) Open Championships by awarding it a G-1 International ranking.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the NTF-organised event planned for Abuja is the first competition in Nigeria to have an international ranking.

NTF said on Tuesday in Lagos that the competition would hold in Abuja from Nov. 16 to Nov. 18, and termed it a priority programme of the current board.

Chika Chukwumerije, NTF Technical Director said that the federation worked very hard to get the approval from World Taekwondo through the African body, after being satisfied that the event fulfilled all conditions.

“In spite of some top competitors on the continent, our athletes have literally no world ranking because they cannot afford to travel to compete, but the upcoming event is still sanctioned.

“We will provide hundreds of our elite and upcoming athletes the opportunity to gain vital world ranking points, and competitive experience with some of the best athletes in the world,” the three-time Olympian said in a statement.

Meanwhile, Chairman of the NTF’s Technical and Development Committee, Sani Lawal, has blamed the lack of G events for the rise of other African countries over Nigeria at international events.

“Countries like Cote d’Ivoire have more than seven competitors in the high ranked Grand Slams series because their athletes have a lot of ranking from organising G-ranked tournaments in Cote D’Ivoire since 2012.

“We can see the impact of these tournaments in the fact that they won Olympic gold and bronze medals in Rio Olympics in Brazil and World titles in 2017.

“So, getting the Nigeria Open to be sanctioned by the World Taekwondo body is the way forward if Nigeria Taekwondo is to have players on the world stage,” Lawal said. (NAN)

– Sept. 18, 2018 @ 11:45 GMT |

Grindel, Infantino exchange heated letters over bid for Euro 2024

Reinhard Grindel, the head of the German Football Association , and Gianni Infantino, the president of FIFA, have exchanged heated letters over bids for Euro 2024, German media reported on Friday.

Germany is one of the two candidates to host the tournament. The other is Turkey. UEFA, the governing body of European football, will decide between them on September 27.

Grindel, Der Spiegel reported, was unhappy that Infantino had met Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and praised the Turkish bid. The magazine said Grindel wrote to the FIFA president to say he was worried about interference in the process.

Spiegel said Infantino had replied, also in a letter. “First, I must express my surprise and disappointment over the tone and content of your letter,” Spiegel reported Infantino as writing.

“Before sending such a letter, I would have personally found it more appropriate to have a direct discussion, to know exactly what happened and to avoid relying solely on accusations made in the media.”

FIFA have no role in deciding who hosts the Euros, but as head of the governing body of world football and as a former secretary general of UEFA, Infantino’s influence is not negligible, the German media noted.

Moreover, Der Spiegel said, a preliminary expert report commissioned by the DFB has pointed out the “weaknesses” of the German bid, including the ongoing investigation into whether German officials, including Franz Beckenbauer, bought votes to win the right to host the 2006 World Cup.

It is not the first time this year that Erdogan’s meetings have upset Grindel, himself a former politician.

In May, the Turkish president posed for a photograph with two German internationals with Turkish roots, Mesut Ozil and Ilkay Gundogan, sparking a political storm that rumbled on through Germany’s disastrous World Cup campaign.

After the World Cup, Ozil announced his retirement from international football, saying that “in the eyes of Grindel and his supporters, I am German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose”. (AFP)

– Sept. 14, 2018 @ 17:35 GMT |

Sarri wants Terry to return to Chelsea as coach

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has opened the door for former captain John Terry to return to Stamford Bridge as part of his coaching staff.

Terry left Stamford Bridge after 22 years’ service in June 2017 for a season-long stint with Aston Villa and rejected a move to Spartak Moscow this week.

Sarri believes Terry, 37, still wants to play for another season, but insists he will always be welcome at his “home” back at Chelsea.

“The last time I spoke with him he told me that he wants to play for another season,” said Sarri on Friday.

“For sure he will be a point of reference for me, for everybody here.

“It’s up to him. If he wants to play for another season I think it’s right he tries to play. If he wants to help us, I’m very, very happy.”

Ahead of Saturday’s visit of Cardiff to Stamford Bridge, Sarri’s side sits joint top of the Premier League with four wins from the Italian’s first four games in charge.

However, he insists the Blues cannot yet be considered a serious threat to champions Manchester City or current leaders Liverpool after finishing 30 points off the pace in fifth last season.

“I can answer City or Liverpool, at the moment,” added Sarri on which sides are title contenders.

“We need another step, I think, to be at the same level.

“I think so. I hope not. It’s very difficult. The gap was 30 points at the beginning of the season.” (AFP)

– Sept. 14, 2018 @ 16:09 GMT |

Freestyle Football: Obanor promises to reclaim national title in 2019

McCharthy Obanor, the second runner-up at the National Freestyle Football Championships held in Lagos on Friday, has promised to reclaim his title in the 2019 edition of the event.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Obanor, the winner of the 2017 edition, finished third in the men’s category of the event.

NAN reports that Chinedu Ezeakabudu won the 2018 edition, while Austin Abariode finished second at the event held to herald the maiden Africa Championships which holds later today (Friday).

Obanor told NAN that he was unable to retain his title due to the injury he suffered when preparing for the championships.

“I would have loved to retain my title but circumstance beyond my control prevented me from doing so.

“I got injured while I was preparing for both the national and maiden Africa Championships.

“By God’s grace, I will be back and better in 2019 to reclaim my title ,” he said.

He, however, commended Ezeakabudu for winning the championships organised by Feet ‘N’ Tricks.

NAN reports that over 50,000 dollars prize money and a brand new car are to be won in the Africa Championships.

The freestyle football is the art and sport of juggling football using all parts of the body to entertain audiences and out-perform opponents.

It is also known as Freestyle Soccer in North America and it is a fusion of tricks with a ball, dance and music. (NAN)

– Sept. 14, 2018 @ 15:07 GMT |

Powerlifting body to inject new athletes into team

The Nigeria Para Powerlifting Federation (NPPF) on Friday said that the body would continue to inject new athletes into its team to maintain the country’s prowess in the sport.

Are Feyisetan, Coach of the national team, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that the aim was to find replacement for aging athletes that had done the country proud globally.

NAN reports that Nigeria is ranked number on in para power lifting.

“When you talk about powerlifting in the world, Nigeria is a force to reckon with and for us to maintain and sustain our lead on the world stage, we need to inject new athletes into the team.

“Nobody is a champion for life, in the next three to four years, some of our athletes who are world champions will phase out.

“For us to remain relevant in the global scene, we will have to plan ahead to achieve this,” he said.

The coach added that Paulina Okpala, a debutant, who won gold medal for the country at the African Para Powerlifting Championships in Algiers, Algeria, was among the new athletes.

“At a time, the likes of Bose Omolayo and Alice Oluwafemiayo were injected into the team but presently, we have four new athletes and one of them won gold for the country in Algiers,” he said.

NAN reports that Nigeria won 11 gold and two silver medals at the Africa Championships which also served as qualification for the 2020 Paralympics Games. (NAN)

– Sept. 14, 2018 @ 13:25 GMT |

Mourinho deserves respect for being ‘real’ – Lukaku

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku defended Jose Mourinho’s confrontational style of management, saying that the Portuguese deserves respect for not hiding his true feelings like several Premier League bosses.

Mourinho has had strained relationships with some of his players at the club since taking charge in 2016.

Most notably with record signing Paul Pogba, but Belgian Lukaku said he preferred the manager to be honest.

“People need to appreciate that at least there are people who are real in this world like him.

“Because most managers in the league, when they are not happy they try to find a way to seem happy,” Lukaku told the BBC.

“You should respect that he wants to keep his personality and not shy away from confrontation. He wants us to improve. He’s a normal guy… he’s cool with everybody.”

Lukaku suggested that players had to toughen up in the face of criticism and respond with better performances.

“Sometimes footballers, we get soft. If I listen to players from back in the day and now, a manager cannot say what he wants to a player because you feel attacked,” he added.

“But I don’t feel attacked, because that’s who I am – I am a tough man, but that doesn’t come from football that comes from my background.

“My relationship with him (Mourinho) is cool. He makes me laugh, he makes the players laugh, he’s a real family guy. He fights for his players, but he’s real.”

United, who are 10th with six points from four matches, will look to end Watford’s perfect start to the campaign when they travel to Vicarage Road on Saturday. (Reuters/NAN)

– Sept. 14, 2018 @ 12:19 GMT |

Ronaldo chases first Juve goal before Champions League return to Spain

Cristiano Ronaldo faces Sassuolo on Sunday still chasing his maiden competitive goal for Italian champions Juventus before he returns to Spain for the first time in the Champions League.

Bolstered by five-time winner Ronaldo, Juventus begin their quest for the Champions League title which has eluded them since 1996 in Valencia next Wednesday.

Despite a seventh straight Serie A title last season the Turin giants plunged into the red with a 19.2-million-euro ($22.4m) loss as a result of their European quarter-final exit.

Serie A returns after a two-week international break with former Real Madrid player Ronaldo having skipped Portugal duty to focus on his new club, just as his teammate, Croatia’s World Cup runner-up Mario Mandzukic, did.

During the break the 33-year-old was pictured relaxing on board his yacht off St Tropez on the French Riveria.

“Vitamin D,” wrote the five-time Ballon d’Or winner under a photo of him lounging on the deck of his yacht.

“As my teammates say, back to reality, work done,” he later posted. “Feeling good!! Let’s go.”

Coach Massimiliano Allegri says he is not concerned that Ronaldo has failed to find the net despite 23 shots at goal in three games.

“It takes time. We’ll all be fresher after the break and that’s when the real season starts,” said Allegri.

Ronaldo had to wait until his fourth game for Real Madrid last season to get his first league goal.

Germany midfielder Sami Khedira pointed out in an interview after his contract at Juventus was extended this week that the Portuguese star was brought in not to rack up goals but to make the difference in the Champions League and turn “dreams into reality”.

Juventus beat Sassuolo 7-0 in their final match last season, but the club from Modena have made a strong start this campaign and are just behind the champions in the table after two wins and a draw.

Allegri will be keen to rotate his side with a crowded schedule of seven games in 21 days, and defender Andrea Barzagli sidelined with a calf problem.

Argentine Paolo Dybala — Juventus’s top Serie A scorer last season — and Brazilian Douglas Costa look set to start on the bench.

Despite being overshadowed by the arrival of Ronaldo, Dybala insists he feels fortunate to play in the same team as the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.

“I told myself after I was lucky to play with Lionel Messi in the national team, I have now had the opportunity to play alongside Ronaldo,” said Dybala.

Napoli, Roma and Inter Milan also have Champions League games on their minds.

Roma host Chievo on Sunday after their loss to AC Milan before the break, and ahead of a trip to Spain to take on holders Real Madrid.

Inter Milan play at home against Parma on Saturday before playing Tottenham Hotspur in the San Siro in their first European game since the 2011-2012 season.

Luciano Spalletti’s Inter — with last year’s star forward Mauro Icardi fighting to shake off a muscular injury — are coming off a 3-0 win over Bologna after taking just a point from their first two games.

Carlo Ancelotti will look to put his first defeat as Napoli coach behind him when last season’s runners-up host Fiorentina before playing Red Star in Belgrade on Tuesday.

Fiorentina have won two games with their first match against Sampdoria postponed because of the Genoa bridge disaster.

AC Milan head to Cagliari in Sardinia with former Juventus forward Gonzalo Higuain also waiting to score his first goal for his new club.

Fixtures (all time GMT)


Inter Milan v Parma (1300), Napoli v Fiorentina (1600), Frosione v Sampdoria (1830)


Roma v Chievo (1030),  Genoa v Bologna, Juventus v Sassuolo, Udinese v Torino, Empoliv Lazio (1600), Cagliari v AC Milan (1830)


SPAL v Atalanta (1830) (AFP)

– Sept. 14, 2018 @ 12:09 GMT |