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Leeds United sent transfer warning to Brennan Johnson by Wales boss Robert Page

Wales manager Robert Page says Leeds United target Brennan Johnson could now play for one of the Premier League’s top six teams and clubs who wanted him in January have missed out. Los Blancos have been linked with a move for the Nottingham Forest striker, who heads to Sunday’s Sky Bet Championship play-off final against Huddersfield following a breakthrough season for club and country.

Johnson has scored 19 goals this season and was named the Championship Young Player of the Season at the EFL awards last month. The 21-year-old was the subject of an £18million offer from Brentford in January but opted to stay at the hometown club for which his father David played between 2001 and 2006.

Page said: “Brennan is the future of Welsh football and I think he’s in the top six (Premier League) now. He’s shown he has that potential and that ability. I saw it in him. for a long time and it was great to watch his development. I think the teams that were interested in him in January have lost now.”

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Johnson has scored 14 of his 19 goals since the new year as Forest’s rise under Steve Cooper has accelerated. He was on target in both legs of the semi-final victory over Sheffield United, and Page reserved particular praise for his father-agent in his progress.

He said: “We all know his dad and his management has also been excellent. There was a lot of hype about him in January and it didn’t faze him at all. He didn’t crumble under that pressure. He’s appreciated and he’s taken it to another level again.

“He could have chased the money and quadrupled his salary, if not more. But it’s not about that for him, and it’s so refreshing to see young guys wanting to play and win trophies. Everything else is s will take care of itself, the money, nice houses and nice cars will come.

“He was confident in his abilities, wanted to stay at the club that showed him love and matched the way he played. His development took off and he will succeed – and we will benefit from that too.”

Wales begin their Nations League campaign against Poland in Wroclaw on June 1, four days before they face Scotland or Ukraine in Cardiff. Skipper Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey and Joe Allen are among those set to be dismissed for the Poland clash.

Page said: “I’m going to use these Nations League games as a tool to give the Brennan Johnsons of the world an opportunity, expose them to the best players and the best teams. The Nations League is not the alpha and the omega . It’s about exposing young players to such opposition. So in 12 months, or in two years, when we’re in an important game for the World Cup or the Euros, these players will have benefited from this experience and may be the one to score the winner to get us through.”

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Cheeky Man Utd fans edit Elland Road Wikipedia page in Leeds after dramatic win

Manchester United fans rubbed salt on Leeds United’s wounds after their dramatic 4-2 Premier League win on Sunday.

United led 2-0 in the first half thanks to goals from Harry Maguire and Bruno Fernandes, but left bitter rivals Leeds back in the game after Rodrigo and Raphinha’s two goals within two minutes shortly after half-time .

Despite the fear, the Red Devils retook the lead in the 70th minute through Fred’s strike before 19-year-old Anthony Elanga sealed victory with a fourth goal.

And United fans celebrated the win by taking to Wikipedia to poke fun at Leeds while simultaneously paying tribute to teenage sensation Elanga.



Substitute Fred scored the third as Man United beat rivals Leeds 4-2

A screenshot posted to Twitter by the United Journal account showed how Red Devils supporters changed the name of Elland Road – home of Leeds United – to Elanga Road on the site.

In a bit of trolling, they also changed the full name and description of the location in honor of their academy graduate.

Meanwhile, the ‘owner’ section has been amended to read: ‘Bruno Fernandes, who scored 6 goals against leeds united.’

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Red Devils fans changed Elland Road to read Elanga Road on Wikipedia
Red Devils fans changed Elland Road to read Elanga Road on Wikipedia


Their trolling also included a nod to Bruno Fernandes
Their trolling also included a nod to Bruno Fernandes


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The hard-earned victory and the celebrations that followed come after a difficult period for the Old Trafford side, who had won just one of their previous four matches.

Ralf Rangnick’s side are now firmly back in contention for a top-four finish and sit fourth in the table with 46 points.



Anthony Elanga has impressed the Man United faithful so far this season
Anthony Elanga has impressed the Man United faithful so far this season

This will be a huge boost despite Arsenal and Tottenham having three games in hand.

Meanwhile, Swedish winger Elanga managed to score his second goal of the season after coming on as a substitute.

The youngster is becoming a trusted member of Rangnick’s squad and has already made nine appearances under the German.

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Liverpool have linked the edited Luis Diaz Wikipedia page ahead of the £50m transfer

Liverpool are closing in on signing Porto striker Luis Diaz, with the Colombian’s move to Anfield set to be confirmed before Monday night’s deadline.

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January had promised to be another low-key window for the Reds, who also spent the summer watching their titles spend money with reckless abandon.

But with days to go before the deadline, it is understood Liverpool are set to welcome Diaz after putting a £37.5m offer on the table, with a further £12.5m in further incentive payments. performance.

Jurgen Klopp’s swoop for the talented Colombian came out of nowhere after months of speculation linking him with other Premier League clubs.

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Manchester United had reported interest, while Tottenham hoped to complete a move in the coming days, only to be eyed by title-chasing Liverpool.

The winger has become one of the hottest properties in world football after a stunning performance for his national side at the Copa America last summer.

Diaz finished top scorer with Lionel Messi, including a spectacular stoppage-time winner in the third-place play-off against Peru.

The 25-year-old is now set to compete with Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Diogo Jota for one of the three starting spots in Liverpool’s attack.

And with the contracts of Mane, Salah and Firmino expiring in 2023, it is expected that Liverpool’s front line could evolve in the coming months, having already seen Jota effectively replace Firmino in the central role.

Diaz’s arrival is sure to give the Reds a huge boost as they chase an unprecedented four-fold, despite their chances of winning the Premier League title looking slim.

It will also galvanize a fan base, some of whom had grown frustrated with the lack of investment from Fenway Sports Group owners in recent windows.

That excitement was mirrored by a fan who quickly edited Diaz’s page to signal his impending arrival.






An enthusiastic Liverpool fan has already edited Diaz’s Wikipedia page for official confirmation

On the list of clubs he played for, one user has already predicted his next move, including ‘the Mighty Reds’ under Barranquilla, Junior and FC Porto.

The rogue fixture was quickly called off, but Reds fans probably won’t have to wait long for it to be officially confirmed, with hopes a deal could be done imminently.

Reports in Portugal had suggested Porto had received higher offers from other clubs, but Diaz’s insistence he would like to join Liverpool meant a deal could be done.

Porto are also set to waive the £67million release clause in the striker’s contract, after they were kicked out of the Champions League in the group stage with Liverpool beating them 5-1 and 2-0 to ensure they finish third.

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Liar.co.uk website redirects to Boris Johnson Wikipedia page

The Liar.co.uk site has been taken over and directs visitors to Boris Johnson’s Wikipedia page.

The site began linking to the prime minister’s page over the weekend after facing fresh allegations from partygate of breaching covid restrictions and mounting pressure to quit.

Mark Rofe, 32, from Surrey, responsible for website redirection, said: “I originally wanted to register Liar.co.uk and set up a website with all the lies our Prime Minister has told, but the domain was already taken.

“But I saw the domain was available to rent for £299 per month on the Dan.com domain platform, so I shared the idea on Twitter.

and got a few people together to split the cost and redirected him to his Wikipedia page.”

Mark, who is the founder of Christmastrees.co.uk, added: ‘I wanted to do something that makes a serious point, but in a humorous way, hopefully it gets there. I would like to lease the estate until he leaves office, which hopefully won’t be for very long now”

Angharad Planells, head of business development and culture at Radioactive, who helped finance the rental of the domain, said: “I got involved with liar.co.uk because lying to the public is one of the ‘ don’t do’ fundamentals of public relations and strategic communications.

“Transparency and openness are key to building trust with any audience, whether you are an individual entrepreneur or a FTSE100 company, and most certainly in our country’s highest civil service.

“Without trust you cannot hope to lead, and Boris Johnson has shown time and time again that he should not be trusted. When someone shows you who they are, believe them. People see you, Mr. Prime Minister.

This is not the first time a domain name has been used to mock a politician, in November 2020 the domain name Loser.com directed visitors to Donald Trump’s wikipedia page after he refused to concede defeat in the 2020 US election.

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Molly-Mae Hague Wiki Page Targeted After Being Called “Margaret Thatcher With A Fake Tan”

Molly-Mae Hague received a lot of feedback after saying that anyone can achieve anything if they just work hard enough for it

Molly-Mae Hague Wiki Page Targeted After Being Called “Margaret Thatcher With A Fake Tan”

Molly-Mae Hague’s Wikipedia page was edited by irritated people dubbing her “Margaret Thatcher with a fake tan.”

The Love Island star has been the subject of controversy after making “deaf” comments about wealth inequality and saying that anyone can achieve anything if they just work hard enough for it .

People were furious after she failed to recognize her privileged upbringing as well as the automatic boost her appearance on Love Island gave her.

Since then, PrettyLittleThing’s creative director has been dubbed “Margaret Thatcher with a fake tan” by angry fans on Twitter.

His Wikipedia was quickly edited by people to reflect Thatcher’s comments made online.

The page begins with: “Molly-Mae Thatcher (born May 26, 1999) is an English social media influencer. She is best known for having had Love Island’s fifth series ripped off and working harder than anyone else. succeeded it. “






Molly-Mae Hague’s Wikipedia page has been edited

The rest of the Wikipedia page called him “Thatcher”.

In the “controversy” section of her page, someone added of comments she made: “To many it showed a muffled insolence and a heinous sense of ignorance, especially in a time when there is. unprecedented use of food banks electricity / gas crisis, exacerbating the problem of around 1 in 5 people in the UK living in poverty. ”

The backlash on the star began when a clip of her conversation with Dragon’s Den businessman Steven Bartlett on his podcast A CEO’s Diary went viral.







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Molly-Mae said, “‘You are given a life and it’s up to you what you do with it. You can literally go in any direction.”

“When I talked about it in the past, I got a bit of a criticism, with people saying ‘it’s easy for you to say that because you didn’t grow up in poverty, so for you to to sit there and say we all have the same 24 hours in a day is not correct. ‘ But, technically, what I’m saying is correct. We are doing it, ”she also said.

The reality TV star added that she “understands” that everyone comes from “different backgrounds” and that everyone has “different financial situations”. However, she asserted that “if you want something that is enough, you can achieve it”.






Molly-Mae has had a lot of success thanks to Love Island

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Thatcher’s comments came from Twitter, with one user saying, “I should have put Molly-Mae as Margaret Thatcher with a fake tan on my 2022 bingo card.”

Despite the endless backlash she received, she was defended by several people on this matter.

“I think it’s out of context for miles. The message she portrays is correct. Anything is achievable if you’re willing to go as far as you want. That doesn’t mean she’s less right.” said a user with Molly-Mae.

Shaughna Phillips also said her comments could be due to the fact that she is “young” and has not lived “the life”.

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