Hamrun Spartans FC in talks with Balotelli, Pato and Yaya Sanogo

 - Local - Jan 2 SHARE ON:

Yes, you read that right. In an exclusive piece reported by TVMSport, it appears that Hamrun Spartans FC may be in talks with three high-profile football stars.

After the go-ahead from new Hamrun boss Joseph Portelli, the club may be looking at signing one of three high-profile players being Mario Balotelli, Alexandre Pato and Yayo Sanogo, with a line of communication already being created with Balotelli’s agent Mino Raiola. Balotelli is currently under contract with Silvio Berlusconi’s AC Monza until June 2021 – Hamrun could be a possibility thereafter.

Alexandre Pato may be the most likely to join after he had reached an agreement to terminate his contract with Sao Paolo back in August 2020 but only time will tell what the future holds for the Spartans.



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Former Tottenham boss Pochettino becomes new PSG head coach

 - Sports - Jan 2 SHARE ON:

Mauricio Pochettino, former coach for Tottenham, Southampton and RCD Espanyol de Barcelona, has officially been announced as head coach for French side Paris Saint-Germain.

The legendary Argentine coach has signed a contract valid util June 2022 after being sacked by Tottenham back in November 2019.

Considered to be one of the greatest coaches in the world, Pochettino expressed his excitement in working with some of the world’s foremost talents and went on to say that he will do his best to take the team to a new level going forward.


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Bernard Grech visits Karin Grech’s grave in first post-quarantine duty

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Nationalist party leader Bernard Grech took to Facebook to announce his first post-quarantine duty as he visited the grave of his ate cousin, Karin Grech.

In a heartfelt Facebook post, Grech stated that this was the first thing he did after leaving quarantine to do something which he could not have done on the anniversary of her murder.

The PN leader also appealed for united country with a common vision and reiterated his sentiments on a country which does its utmost to solve such political crimes.


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Over 370,000 babies were born on New Year’s Day; eight of them in Malta

 - International - Jan 2 SHARE ON:

An estimated 371,504 babies were born on New Year’s Day around the world, as announced by the United Nation’s agency for children UNICEF.

Eight of them were born in Malta, as Mater Dei CEO Celia Falzon reports the birth of four girls and four boys.

Appealing for world citizens to sustain the Earth and build “a fairer, safer and healthier world for children”, UNICEF executive director Henrietta Fore stated that “Children born today will inherit the world we begin to build for them—today.”


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