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Haley Bugeja recieves warm welcome in Orlando ahead of summer move

 - News - Jul 26 SHARE ON:

American women’s football team Orlando Pride has announced the signing of Maltese star Haley Bugeja. The young attacker will join on a one and a half year deal and will wear the iconic no.7 shirt, the dream shirt number for most aspiring young wingers.

She spent the last two years dazzling football fans around Europe with her amazing performances for Italian Serie A side Sassuolo. In 30 appearances for Neroverdi she managed to score an impressive 15 goals and was also subject to a rumours around  a possible move to Italian super team Juventus.

 

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She will be able to make her debut this month as unlike in Europe, football leagues in the USA continue on in the summer and take a break in the months off November and December. Orlando Pride currently find themselves in 8th place out of 12 teams. They currently only have 3 wins in the 12 games that they have played.

Haley will hope to turn the Pride’s season around with the help of Brazilian football legend Marta, who is often regarded as the greatest female footballer of all time.

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WATCH: Risky business as man sips drink from roof of car while driver navigates Coast Road

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WATCH: Risky business as man sips drink from roof of car while driver navigates Coast Road

In a dangerously risky attempt to get a better view of the Coast Road, footage sent to Malta Daily shows a passenger casually drinking some form of beverage whilst sitting atop the roof of a car.

 

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With his drink in one hand and the phone in another while the driver navigates the lengths of Malta’s Coast Road, the potential hazards and threats resulting from such a decision are endless.

The video, sent in by @fixmalta, is a prime example of what one should not do in Malta’s roads as it can result in putting multiple lives in danger in the already jam-packed streets of Malta.

What do you make of this?

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Fans calling for Ryan Gosling to be next James Bond

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Several fans of Ryan Gosling and the new Netflix action film The Gray Man, have been calling for the film’s protagonist to be the next James Bond. For the first time in years, the role of James Bond is currently vacant after Daniel Craig’s contract expired after the 2021 film No Time to Die.

As of right now British actors Tom Hardy, Idris Elba, Henry Cavill and even Harry Styles have all been rumoured to play the iconic secret agent. However after watching what Ryan Gosling can do in the new action film, many fans are asking for this casting to happen and usher in a new era of James Bond.

One fan on Twitter wrote “I’m all for Tom Hardy being the new James Bond. But after watching The Gray Man on Netflix. Ryan Gosling would be perfect for the role.”

In an interview with Sky News, Gosling admitted that he was aware of the comparisons saying “I think you can’t kind of step into it without those comparisons and we even acknowledge it in the movie.”

“I mean there’s one point where he says [the alias] 007 was taken – I like the idea that this movie existed in a world that was aware that there were Bond movies and this was a different take on it, a less glamorized version of it.”

He however denied the notion that there has been contact for him to play Bond, even joking around with the speculation saying “I’m not sure that they want a Canadian in that role,”

Do you think Ryan Gosling would make a good James Bond?

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PN MP calls for end of stigma against Hamrun & Marsa following series of recent crimes

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PN MP calls for end of stigma against Hamrun & Marsa following series of recent crimes

Nationalist Party MP Darren Carabott has delivered a passionate public statement in light of recent comments surrounding the central villages of Hamrun and Marsa.

In a Facebook post published on Monday, Carabott stated that he is fed up of reading and hearing such comments against Hamrun and Marsa. Whilst referencing the series of crimes occurring in the two villages in the past few weeks, Carabott stated that the villages themselves are also victims and suffer from a stigma, with public comments shunning the locations contributing to such stigma.

The MP said that they bear the responsibility of multiple societal problems and cannot begin to understand the feelings of individuals living in such locations. He went on to praise all disciplinary forces and health officials for their tireless work whilst everyone watches.

What do you make of this mentality?

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