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AS Roma manager Jose Mourinho stars in rapper Stormzy’s latest music video ‘Mel Made Me Do It’.

Mourinho is seen with his arms crossed before raising his finger to his lips. “You love to talk about the old days, men are old like Annie, are you alright? I prefer not to speak like I’m Jose,” are Stormzy’s lyrics, before Mourinho’s iconic “I prefer not to speak” quote. If I speak, I will get into big trouble.

The 59-year-old posted about the video on his Instagram page, sharing a photo of himself next to Stormzy, captioned: “It was great fun doing this cameo for Stormzy’s new music video out today. I had a nice time.”

Among other surprise appearances in the video is Usain Bolt, current holder of the 100m and 200m world records.

Earlier this year Jose Mourinho made history after becoming the second manager after Giovanni Trapattoni to win five major European titles as his side AS Roma won the UEFA Europa Conference League.

Mourinho, who had previously won the Champions League, Europa League and UEFA Cup, completed a unique European trophy case when Roma defeated Feyenoord 1-0 in Tirana to ensure he could add the first conference league to his collection.

That’s five European finals in Porto, Internazionale, Manchester United and Roma since 2003 that Mourinho has coached and five times he’s taken home the trophy. The win also makes him the only manager in European history to have won the Champions League, Europa League, UEFA Super Cup and now the Conference League.

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Dejan Kulusevski in doubt for Tottenham’s North London derby after hamstring injury

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Athletic say Tottenham could be without Swedish star Dejan Kulusevski for the north London derby against Arsenal after the winger suffered a hamstring injury. The 22-year-old has been one of the club’s standout stars this season, contributing 4 goals in seven league games.

With Tottenham and arsenal The season started relatively well and fans were very excited to see both sides play each other in the north London derby. This is especially true as only one point separates the two teams, although Arsenal were beaten Manchester United. But while the Gunners are reportedly nearing a fully fit squad of players, reports had suggested Tottenham would be without Dejan Kulusevski.

But while there’s no confirmation, the Athletic have revealed the Sweden international is in doubt for the north London derby and could miss a few more games for Spurs. This came after Kulusevski reportedly injured his hamstring during the international match with Sweden, despite being present in the 4-1 defeat by Serbia and the 1-1 draw with Slovenia. The report has revealed that the club’s medical staff are keeping a close eye on the forward, although they don’t want to rush into anything.

The 22-year-old has been one of Tottenham’s brightest stars, as only this season Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son have scored more goals in the Premier League than Kulusevski’s four. With Son back on form from his hat-trick just before the international break, Spurs have finally found their groove, although the Athletic have gone on to report that Richarlison’s form for Brazil means the club have options should Kulusevski not get fit in time.

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Mikey Musumeci says he hasn’t taken a single day off ‘in three months’

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Mikey Musumeci is in Singapore and ready to do a very important task this weekend: eat pizza. But before he does that, the man named “Darth Rigatoni” has another very important task ahead of him.

At ONE on Prime Video 2, Musumeci will enter the circle for the second time in what will be the biggest match of his career to date.

Mikey Musumeci meets the Brazilian Grappler Clever Sousa in US primetime to crown the first-ever ONE Flyweight Submission Grappling World Champion. Ready to seize the moment, Mikey Musumeci revealed on the ONE on Prime Video 2 press conference that he had not taken a single day off in the last three months.

“I’m here in Singapore to do two things – do jiu-jitsu and eat pizza. And pizzerias only open after the game. So I’m here to do Jiu-Jitsu with Cleber, he’s amazing. I’ve worked so hard preparing for this match and I’m so ready. I haven’t taken a day off in about three months so I’m so ready for this match.”

In his first ONE Championship appearance, the New Jersey native earned an impressive submission from grappling icon Masakazu Imanari, scoring a submission in just over four minutes.

The five-time IBJJF World Champion has 58 career wins in the world of submission grappling. He will be looking for win number 59 on September 30th.


Mikey Musumeci believes the ONE Championship Submission Grappling rules bring out the best in competitors

Always innovating, ONE Championship reintroduced the world to submission grappling at the ONE X event celebrating the 10th anniversary of the promotion. Since then, the promotion has signed a slew of incredible submission grappling superstars and developed a ruleset that encourages submissions over survival.

Mikey Musumeci shared his thoughts on the ONE Championship ruleset, saying:

“It’s just a straight fight between two guys trying to kill each other with submissions. I have a feeling this format will bring out the best version of Cleber. And it should bring out the best version of me because it’s just an attack.”

The biggest difference between ONE Championship’s submission grappling and what you would see in a typical BJJ competition is the emphasis on submissions and submission attempts.

Within the circle, Submission Grappling matches have a single 12-minute round, with the only way to win being by tapping or napping. However, if no submission is made by the time limit, the contestant with the most submission attempts will be declared the winner.

No points. No decisions. The man who puts his opponent in the greatest danger emerges victorious.




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Roger Federer Retirement: Tennis legend Roger Federer recently ended his illustrious 24-year playing career by making an emotional bid…

Roger Federer’s resignation: Tennis legend Roger Federer recently ended his illustrious 24-year playing career with an emotional farewell at the Laver Cup. The 41-year-old, who is considered one of the greatest players to grace the game, shared a witty post on his Instagram account about how it wasn’t a fairytale ending, teaching a very valuable lesson. Follow tennis news and LIVE updates on InsideSport.IN

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Federer, who has been out of action for more than a year since Wimbledon 2021 while recovering from knee surgery, announced his decision to retire from tennis just days before the Laver Cup, saying the tournament would be his last event on the ATP Tour in his career.

He then decided to only play doubles on the first day of the tournament, teaming up with his longtime rival and friend Rafael Nadal. The dream couple played against Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe from Team World. It wasn’t a fairy tale ending for Federer as he and Nadal lost the match. In the days that followed, Federer sat on the bench with his Team Europe colleagues and gave valuable input. However, Team Europe lost the tournament for the first time as Team World won the title.

Federer shared his thoughts on the retirement and shared some of his memorable moments from this year’s Laver Cup on his Instagram account on Thursday, writing: “We all hope for a fairytale ending. Here’s how I felt: I lost my last singles, lost my last doubles, lost my last team event, lost my voice during the week, lost my job.

Roger Federer Retirement: LOST but WON, FedEx pleased with PERFECT goodbye despite illustrious career having no fairy tale ending, Check OUT
Roger Federer Retirement: LOST but WON, FedEx pleased with PERFECT goodbye despite illustrious career having no fairy tale ending, Check OUT

However, he was delighted with the perfect farewell, writing: “Even so, my retirement couldn’t have been more perfect and I’m so happy with how it all turned out. So don’t think too much about that perfect ending, yours will always be awesome in your own way.”

He played his last singles match in Wimbledon in 2021, where he lost to Hubert Hurkacz in the quarterfinals. Despite not having a perfect endgame, Federer was the first man on the planet to win 20 Grand Slam titles and created his own legacy in the Tennis’ Open era.

It was a farewell never seen before as Federer has had players like Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray with whom he has shared some major rivalries in his career. All four players were collectively referred to as the “Big Four” and all were with Federer in his last match and played on the same team. Despite being rivals on the pitch for a long time, Federer had a great relationship with each of them and each of them gave him an emotional and fitting farewell, celebrating the person he is and his career that the sporting world would never forget .

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