Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Photo: PixabayJAMESTOWN – There’s a new way to be in touch with friends while still social distancing.Facebook is introducing messenger rooms. This feature allows users to build a virtual room where free video calls can be made for up to 50-people.The calls are joinable and have no time limit. Invitations can be sent to people even if they don’t have a Facebook account.
Promoter Eddie Hearn says Joshua vs. Pulev could take place in a “quirky” location with Croatia offering a coliseum to stage the world title clash.“Other ideas we have are 1,000 people somewhere strange and quirky. I’ve got a few things up my sleeve. We’re talking about castles, plush hotels, maybe even on a boat,” he revealed.“Croatia have offered a coliseum – and that’s beautiful – and we’re still open to options and flexible.“These are all things thinking outside of the box – it just depends what’s allowed.” Loading… Read Also: La Liga: Spanish capital prepares for Real Madrid title paradeHowever, Hearn is looking at London’s O2 Arena which depends on whether the Government ease restrictions.“By November, can we go to 16,000 people at the O2? Right now, we’re handcuffed by the regulations,” he added.If victorious against Pulev, Joshua is slated to fight WBC title holder Tyson Fury in a monstrous two-fight ‘Battle of Britain’ deal in 2021. Promoted ContentSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That ExistTop 10 Must-Know Facts About Ivanka TrumpThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Origin Story Of The Best Chocolate Thing Ever Created20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?This Is Hachi, And He’s The Happiest Dog On InstagramCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now And ‘AJ’ looks in fine form as he wowed the online boxing community with his scary power while sitting down.The British star shared a clip of himself smashing a punching bag with powerful left-hooks from a seated position.Needless to say, Joshua’s training video sent social media wild.“This guy is sitting and still landing bombs,” one Twitter user wrote.A second tweeted: “Left hooks from HELL.”A third added: “Hardest hitter on the planet.” Anthony Joshua has left boxing fans stunned after showing off his punching power while sitting down in a recent training clip ahead of his Kubrat Pulev fight.Joshua, 30, is set to defend his world heavyweight titles against Pulev later this year after the original date was postponed due to COVID-19. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
He played in a UEFA Champions League final, earned millions in a seven-year English Premier League career, slept in a palatial home and drove expensive cars.But in a shock revelation former Arsenal cult figure Emmanuel Eboue admitted to UKâ€™s MirrorÂ he’s penniless and has been close to suicide.The 34-year-old from CÃ´te d Ivoire who appeared forÂ Arsene Wenger‘s sideÂ between 2004 and 2011 has admitted heâ€™s seriously considered taking his own life after financial mismanagement has left him skint and a bitter divorce that has meant he is estranged from his three children.At the height of his career at the Emirates he took home a seven-digit sum every year during his time in North London, earning a further Â£1.5 million annually playing for Turkish giants Galatasaray.However, with his former wife Aurelie being awarded of all the couple’s assets, he has been forced to dodge police and bailiffs following a court order – insisting he hand over his home in Enfield to her.Heartbreakingly, the former Gunner – whose infectious smile and unorthodox defending helped build a cult following among football fans across the globe – has been unable to visit his kids since the estrangement from Aurelie in June.Eboue is inconsolable at not being able to see his nine-year-old son Mathis and two daughters Clara, 14, and Maeva, 12, this Christmas.To add to that he has been grieving since his late grandfather Amadou Bertin, who brought him up, sadly died after a brave battle against cancer. To top it all he lost his brother Nâ€™Dri Serge, who died in a motorbike crash.Eboue, who won the free-kick that led to Sol Campbell’s goal for Arsenal against Barcelona in the 2006 Champions League final, has been hit hard with misfortune which has brought him to the brink of suicide.Speaking to TheÂ SundayÂ MirrorÂ he said: ‘I want God to help me. Only he can help take these (suicidal) thoughts from my mind. It hurts me a lot (not to see his children). They used to call me. But now, no contact. It pains me to be alone without them.’A deadline for troubled Eboue to surrender ownership of the mansion he once shared with Aurelie passed earlier this month, meaning a judge will sign the transfer if Eboue doesn’t.The MirrorÂ also reported his former wife will rent out the Enfield property but he says he lacks the funds for a barrister or lawyer to help fight his cause.So now he waits with his bags packed in the hallway for the dreaded knock on the door which will see the law force him to vacate the property he bought in happier times.He added: ‘I am in the house but I am scared. Because I donâ€™t know what time the police will come. Sometimes I shut off the lights because I donâ€™t want people to know that I am inside. I put everything behind the door.‘My own house. I suffered to buy my house but I am now scared. I am not going to sell my clothes or sell what I have. I will fight until the end because it is not fair.’His plans to return to the Premier League for one final payday with Sunderland last season faded after FIFA slapped him with a year’s ban following a dispute with a former advisor.The former Ivory Coast international who gained 79 caps for his country is remarkably free of bitterness at his former partner Aurelie – but blames previous advisors for FIFA imposing their damaging 12-month playing ban on him.Eboue, who admits he had a limited education growing up in his country’s capital Abidjan, as he focused on trying to become a professional footballer, also concedes he was ‘naive’ with his fortune.He accepts he allowed his former wife to take control of their financial affairs, but claims hangers-on bled him dry as they saw him as an easy target because he was never given good advice on how to manage his fortune.Staggeringly Eboue even recalls having to sign financial paperwork while he was supposed to be training when he was visited by bank staff at London Colney, Arsenalâ€™s training ground.The Arsenal cult hero now sleeps on a friend’s floor, washes his clothes by hand because he can’t afford a washing machine and can just about find the money for an Oyster card – despite once having a bank-busting balance in the black.But he thanks the PFA for their help and is sharing his story as a cautionary tale to help young African footballers learn from his errors.He needs a job and would love a role at his former club Arsenal to help tide him over – but says he would be ’embarrassed’ if he saw some of his former team-mates, including Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp, because of the current plight he finds himself in.Eboue’s is a tragic situation which, despite the glamour and undreamed riches available at the top tier of English football, is a heart-breaking and salutatory tale for those in charge of the Premier League.Yet despite his troubles he is still fighting hard, as he thanks God, adding: â€˜I didnâ€™t want what has happened. I donâ€™t wish it on anybody.â€™Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram