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    Elle Brooke gives fans more than they bargained for in tiny swimsuit while relaxing in pool

    ELLE BROOKE wowed fans by posing in a red swimsuit while relaxing in a swimming pool.The OnlyFans star turned Misfits boxer, 25, regularly teases her 847,000 followers on Instagram with photos and videos.
    Elle Brooked stunned in a red swimsuit in an outdoor pool
    She also mimed the lyrics to a song playing over the top of the clip
    She also has another account which focuses on short clips that she posts onto the platform.
    And while this account only has around 33,000 fans, she treated them to a revealing video on Tuesday.
    It saw her pose in an outdoor swimming pool in an eye-catching red swimsuit.
    And she mimed the words to a song playing over the top.
    Along with her photos and videos, Brooke often catches the attention of those online through provocative posts.
    The Manchester City supporter taunted Chelsea fans after a 4-4 draw with the Blues.
    Elle posed in her own, skimpier version of City’s kit as she reacted to the points being shared at Stamford Bridge.
    She is also keen on a boxing comeback.
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    Her latest ring target is American podcaster and former porn film actress Lana Rhoades.
    When discussing opponents, she said: “We’ll try and get Riley Reid [another porn star].
    “Lana Rhoades is a bit weird now so maybe we can rope her back to reality.”
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    Brooke is a Manchester City supporterCredit: Instagram
    She regularly stuns in bikini picturesCredit: Instagram
    Brooke leads an extravagant life as an OnlyFans starCredit: Instagram
    She often shares revealing snapsCredit: Instagram @thedumbledong
    Brooke has nearly 850,000 followers on InstagramCredit: Instagram / @thedumbledong
    She is not scared to wear daring outfits on social mediaCredit: Instagram / @thedumbledong
    She has become a very popular influencerCredit: Instagram / @thedumbledong
    Brooke has turned her hand to boxing in recent yearsCredit: Instagram / @thedumbledong More

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    Football world blasts ‘ROBBERY’ and Shearer slams ‘what a load of s***’ after PSG’s controversial penalty vs Newcastle

    NEWCASTLE were “robbed” of a win for the ages away to Paris Saint-Germain by a controversial penalty that legend Alan Shearer called “a load of s***”.Eddie Howe’s travelling side led for much of the game thanks to Alexander Isak’s 24th minute opener.
    PSG were awarded a penalty after this controversial handballCredit: Getty
    Ousmane Dembele’s flick bounced off Tino Livramento’s chest and onto his elbow
    The penalty was awarded after a VAR check
    They looked on course for a famous win in the French capital, which would have put them second in their Champions League group stage.
    But there was late drama in Paris when, deep into eight minutes of injury time, Ousmane Dembele’s flick bounced off Tino Livramento’s chest and onto his elbow.
    Polish referee Szymon Marciniak – who officiated the 2022 World Cup final between Argentina and France and last season’s Champions League final – was unmoved and immediately waived play-on.
    But play was halted by VAR and Marciniak was called over to his screen to watch slow-motion replays.
    The clips clearly showed the ball bounce first off of Livramento’s chest which, in the Premier League, would not be deemed a penalty.
    But Toon star and fans were soon left in agony as, astonishingly, the referee signalled he had changed his mind and awarded the spot-kick.
    Kylian Mbappe lashed past Nick Pope to level the score.
    It leaves Newcastle third in Group F and needing victory when AC Milan come to St James Park next month for any chance of progressing to the knockout stages.
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    A shocking decision from an elite referee, says HalseyBy Mark Halsey

    IT is a shocker that could cost Newcastle a place in the Champions League last 16.
    And it is so bad that Uefa’s refereeing chief Roberto Rosetti should come out and provide answers.
    Szymon Marciniak has taken charge of World Cup and Champions League finals and an official of that calibre has to have the confidence to stick with his original decision.
    Uefa’s own guidelines state “no handball offence should be called on a player if the ball has previously deflected from his own body and, in particular, when the ball does not go towards goal.”
    Did both the VAR and Marciniak, who checked his decision on a pitchside monitor, miss the deflection off Tino Livramento’s chest?
    It was similar to an earlier incident where the ball glanced off Lewis Miley’s leg onto his arm when no penalty was awarded.
    Also Livramento was in close proximity to Ousmane Dembele for the PSG forward’s original cross which came at pace, his arm was in a natural position and it was not a deliberate act.
    It is just a really poor intervention from VAR and a shocking decision from an elite referee. 
    Until that point, the Polish official was having a good game.

    However, a win for PSG against Borussia Dortmund would knock Newcastle out whatever their own result.
    And legends of the game were left disgusted by the decision and none more so then Newcastle icon Shearer.
    He posted: “Do me a f*****g favour man. What a load of s***.
    “A superb battling away performance from every single player. Shouldn’t be spoilt by a disgusting decision. Well done.”
    Shearer’s former strike partner Michael Owen added: “Heartbreaking for @NUFC. Such a good performance.
    “Never in a million years is that a penalty. We are further away from applying consistency to the handball rule than we’ve ever been.”
    Somehow, Newcastle manager Howe remained level-headed when probed by TNT’s Laura Woods post match.

    What does the handball law say?Referees and officials have three key considerations when decision on a handball offence.

    Was it a “deliberate action” by the player – did they move their arm towards the ball?
    Is the hand or arm in an “unnatural position” – was it away from the body?
    How close was the player to the ball and was the speed of the ball too fast for them to avoid?

    He said: “I’m still coming to terms with it. I feel really flat but at the same time really pleased with what the players gave today.
    “Their commitment, execution. We rode our luck. We ran out of luck at the end. I didn’t think it was a penalty.
    “What you don’t take into account with those replays is how quick the ball goes. It hits his chest first.
    “If it hits his hands first, well it’s still not a penalty because he’s so close. But you can make more of a case.
    If we’re giving penalty kicks for that in the biggest club competition on the planet, it’s a disgrace.Ally McCoist
    “It’s not a penalty when it hits his chest first and then hits his hand which is low.
    “I’m not allowed to sum it up. I can’t say my inner thoughts obviously…
    “I thought the referee was having a good game up until this moment. He had been strong.”
    Pitch-side pundits Ally McCoist and Jermaine Jenas were far less diplomatic as they fumed over the decision.
    Commentator McCoist said: “That is absolutely never a penalty.
    “If we’re giving penalty kicks for that in the biggest club competition on the planet, it’s a disgrace.”
    Ex-Newcastle midfielder Jenas added: “What is Livramento meant to do with his arms? Wrap them round his back? I’m fuming.
    “The players threw everything at it and it should have been one of those historic wins. Newcastle have been robbed.”

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    Man Utd icon Rio Ferdinand forced to leave TNT Sports studio during PSG vs Newcastle as Laura Woods makes statement

    RIO FERDINAND was forced to leave TNT Sports’ studio during Newcastle’s Champions League draw against Paris Saint-Germain.TNT Sports host Laura Woods revealed Ferdinand was not present due to “unforeseen circumstances”.
    Ferdinand was present before the game
    But he was missing due to ‘unforeseen circumstances’ after the game
    Ferdinand had been present for the pre-game show and half-time coverage of PSG vs Newcastle.
    However, with the Manchester United icon missing from the post-match lineup of pundits, Laura issued a statement on his whereabouts.
    After speaking about TNT’s coverage of United vs Galatasaray on Wednesday, she said: “Rio would be here to chat about Manchester United now but we had to let him go [due to] unforeseen circumstances.
    “He is OK, don’t worry.”
    Ally McCoist and Jermaine Jenas were on hand to provide game analysis alongside Woods.
    Both were left in disbelief at a late penalty decision which was awarded to the Ligue 1 side against Tino Livramento for handball.
    McCoist told Newcastle boss Eddie Howe that he felt his team was “robbed” of a win.
    Alexander Isak had put the Magpies ahead in the opening stages by taking advantage of a poor save from Gianluigi Donnarumma.
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    However, Newcastle were soon penned back into their own half and defended resolutely before seeing their hard work undone by Kylian Mbappe’s 98th-minute spot kick.
    A 3-1 win for Borussia Dortmund at AC Milan means it is a one-game shootout for one of three teams to progress into the knockout stages of the Champions League.
    PSG sit on seven points, while Newcastle and Milan both sit on five.
    The Toon host Milan in their final group stage game, knowing they must win to stand a chance of progressing to the last 16.
    A defeat will see them knocked out of European football entirely. More

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    Fans say ‘I have NEVER seen anything like this’ as Barnsley score ‘wild’ injury-time winner against Wycombe

    A STUNNING twist of fate served up the most extraordinary end to a football game you are likely to see. Barnsley came by an injury-time winner in their League One match with Wycombe in circumstances one fan could only describe as “bizarre”.

    Cosgrove netted the ‘bizarre’ winnerCredit: Rex
    Cosgrove went over to Max Stryjek near the end of the gameCredit: Sky Sports
    Stryjek then spilled the ballCredit: Sky Sports
    Allowing Cosgrove to poke the ball free and pass the ball into an empty netCredit: Sky Sports
    The protests of Wycombe’s Stryjek fell on deaf earsCredit: Rex
    In the 91st minute of the game, Wycombe goalkeeper Max Stryjek had the ball at his feet following a drop ball.
    He was then closed down by substitute Sam Cosgrove to make him pick up the ball.
    Cosgrove gave Stryjek a little nudge in the process with the goalkeeper dropping to the floor.
    However, the ball then squirmed away from his grasp.
    And Cosgrove did not need a second opportunity to get the ball and round the fumbling shot-stopper before passing the ball into an empty net.
    The match winner had fans online in disbelief.
    A second said: “Barnsley’s 91st minute winner against Wycombe tonight was wild. Just when you think you’ve seen it all on a football pitch.”
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    A third said: “What is the keeper thinking??”
    A fourth said: “What am I seeing?”
    Another said: “Bizarre.”
    While a sixth added: “Serves the keeper right tbh. What was he doing.”
    Wycombe midfielder Harry Boyes was sent off for protesting the decision to allow the goal.
    It was Barnsley’s first win in League One since October and put them up to seventh in the league.
    Meanwhile, Wycombe’s third league defeat on the spin left them down in 15th in the table. More

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    Micah Richards shocks in very bold outfit live on CBS Sports and is cheekily teased by Kate Abdo

    MICAH RICHARDS wore a daring outfit for CBS Sports’ Champions League coverage on Tuesday evening.The American broadcaster jetted to Miami for a special edition of their European football programme.
    Kate Abdo, left, roasted Micah Richards, right, at the start of CBS Sports’ coverage
    Richards went for an interesting outfit choice for the Miami show
    Presenter Kate Abdo politely introduced pundits Thierry Henry and Clint Dempsey, before she turned her attention to Richards.
    And as is the custom, the host proceeded to roast the ex-Manchester City man.
    She said: “The bosses at CBS thought ‘This is Miami, we need more star power’. However it turns out that Lionel Messi is out of the country.
    “But then they thought ‘Well, why not a handsome, dashing Brit?’ But sadly David Beckham was also not available…
    “So here he is, Mr Micah Richards.”
    Richards, who took the jibe in good faith as he laughed off the mockery, responded by getting the live crowd going.
    He shouted: “Big Meeks is here. Make some noise, baby.”
    Richards then received a huge cheer from those watching the CBS Sports coverage from just a few yards away.
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    But it was the former England defender’s outfit that drew a lot of attention on social media.
    Richards went for a white shirt, cream blazer, brown fedora hat and sunglasses.
    And it’s safe to say the fashion choice divided opinion.
    One Twitter user said: “Did Micah Richards convince Rick Ross to send him his stylist on loan for the week?”
    But another replied: “Micah Richards looking fly af on set today. Colours, sunglasses and the hat.”
    While a third added: “Micah Richards, I would rate your drip 100/10!!” More

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    Football rule change set to stop time-wasting goalkeepers for good with new punishment proposed

    TIME-WASTING goalkeepers are set to be punished with a CORNER being awarded against them in a major new proposed Law change.And English professional football could trial sin-bins for dissent and cynical game-stopping fouls as soon as next season.
    The new rule will come in to prevent time wasting from goalkeepersCredit: Getty
    The Law-making International FA Board has agreed that keepers are routinely abusing the “six second” rule and that action is required.
    While a formal proposal is unlikely to be brought in for next term, the belief is that making sure there is a suitable punishment for time-wasting will ensure keepers speed up play when they have the ball in their hands.
    Fifa refs’ chief Pierluigi Collina explained: “I have seen keepers with the ball in their hand for 10, 15, 20, 25 seconds. That’s not acceptable.
    “The issue was that giving an indirect free-kick inside the box might be considered too harsh a punishment.
    “But we think we have found a solution.
    “We may consider increasing the time given to the goalkeeper – sometimes six seconds is too little.
    “But then they have to expect this alternative punishment would be given.”
    It is thought likely that an extension to 10 seconds for a keeper to keep the ball in their hands will be written into the Laws.
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    And FA chief executive Mark Bullingham added: “We talked about whether there was a way where you concede possession but without it being a huge punishment.
    “People feel an indirect free-kick so close to the goal is too much but if you had a corner given, you’d be conceding possession, but not giving such a clear goalscoring opportunity.”
    The potential change is more likely to be introduced for the 2024-25 season although it could come earlier.
    But the Ifab did agree to global trials of sin-bins and new Laws allowing only the team captain to approach the referee in a bid to clamp down on misbehaviour.
    Protocols will be drafted over the next few months with a view to confirming trials from next season.
    That could even see sin-bins introduced in the Women’s Super League or FA Cup next term – although that has yet to be decided.
    Ifab says the plan is to root out “anti-football behaviour”, with deliberate game-stopping fouls and mouthing off at officials top of the hit-list.
    Bullingham explained: “The areas we were looking at were dissent and tactical fouls.
    “There’s a real frustration for fans when they’re watching games when they see a promising counter-attack that’s ruined by that sort of foul.
    “We asked if a yellow card is sufficient punishment for that and don’t believe it is.”
    Players judged guilty of the offences will get 10 minutes on the sidelines in addition to the yellow card – with a second offence caution still bringing dismissal.
    The Wembley boss added: “You can call it a tactical foul, cynical foul or professional foul.
    “But it’s a foul that prevents a promising attack and they do it consciously knowing they’re going to only get a yellow card.
    “We don’t think they would do it if they felkt there would be a sin-bin for that and 10 minutes out of the game.”
    Ifab also agreed new Laws to come into effect from next term which will see all deliberate defensive hand-ball offences in the penalty box bringing red cards and that will mean the ball must overhang or touch the centre of the spot at penalties.
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    Fans troll Mbappe for ‘thinking he’s Garnacho’ as PSG star’s overhead kick goes horribly wrong against Newcastle

    FANS have trolled Kylian Mbappe after his overhead kick went horribly wrong against Newcastle.The Parisians were trailing Newcastle 1-0 at the time when Ousmane Dembele went through on goal.
    Mbappe lined up for the spectacularCredit: Twitter
    And took a Garnacho-esque shotCredit: Twitter
    But it didn’t even get close to the goalCredit: Twitter

    His shot was saved by Nick Pope, which left Mbappe with the option to attempt the spectacular.
    But it backfired, and the ball fell at the feet of team-mate Fabian Ruiz instead out to left of the penalty area instead.
    Fans were ruthless in drawing comparisons with Alejandro Garnacho’s wondergoal at the weekend.
    Many felt that Garnacho’s acrobatic strike was the finest ever in the Premier League.
    One fan said: “Mbappe thought he was Ronaldo.”
    Another wrote: “That was so bad” alongside a laughing emoji.
    A third wrote: “There is only one Alejandro Garnacho, Mbappe had to find that out the hard way.”
    A fourth said: “Mbappe really thought he was Garnacho”
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    While a fifth said: “He’s trying to copy Garnacho…”
    TNT Sports commentator Darren Fletcher also drew comparisons with the Manchester United teen sensation,
    He cheekily quipped during TNT’s commentary to say :”I think he needs half an hour with Garnacho!”
    Mbappe ultimately had the last laugh as he scored a hugely contentious injury-time penalty to seal a 1-1 draw. More

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    Chelsea transfer target Victor Osimhen’s agent fly out to Madrid while Napoli star takes in Bernabeu on his own

    VICTOR OSIMHEN was joined by his agent in Madrid for Napoli’s Champions League clash. The striker’s future in Italy remains in doubt amid a row with the club but he travelled to Spain for tomorrow’s group stage match.
    Victor Osimhen at Real Madrid’s Bernabeu
    He wondered the pitch on his own
    Osimhen, 24, was captured taking in the Bernabeu stadium all on his own, joined by none of his team-mates.
    And Spanish reports suggest the Nigerian’s agent, Roberto Calenda, has jetted in too for transfer talks with Los Blancos after the game.
    And that would come a huge blow to suitors Chelsea.
    Osimhen scored 26 goals in 32 matches last season to help Napoli to the Serie A title.
    But his relationship with the Italian champion has soured in the last few months – including with manager Rudi Garcia.
    Then the club mocking him on social media just added to the uncertainty over his future.
    Still Osimhen has six goals in 11 matches this season but he nine games with a hamstring injury.
    He returned in Napoli’s 2-1 win over Atalanta but did so strongly linked with a move to Chelsea in the winter window.
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    Osimhen is believed to be the Blues’ top target as they struggle for goals.
    Liverpool and Arsenal are also among those linked but Chelsea could be preparing for a bid when the market opens in January.
    But Osimhen could demand as much as £120m for the attacker, which would be a Premier League record fee.
    Chelsea have already spent £1billion since Boehly took over in May 2022.
    Osimhen is linked with a transfer to ChelseaCredit: Alamy More