West Midlands office needs set to grow

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Roman Reigns hits back at detractors who doubted his illness

first_img 11 months ago Brock Lesnar: UFC records of the MMA Star, Upcoming Fights and more Karthik Nair WE RECOMMEND 11 months ago Undertaker chokeslams Sami Zayn in middle of ring as he returns to MSG First Published: 12th September, 2019 13:02 IST 11 months ago WWE Raw 2019: Braun Strowman v Seth Rollins; Sasha Banks v Becky Lynch Roman Reigns has been one of the top megastars of the WWE since the past few years. Roman Reigns cultivated a huge fan base amongst WWE fans across age groups. He made sure that he did justice to WWE after they decided to make him the face of their company which is a position given to the likes of Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin, John Cena, and Randy Orton to name a few. Roman Reigns is a four-time world champion, his accomplishments include three WWE Championships and one WWE Universal Championship title reign. At Wrestlemania 33 (2017), Roman Reigns had handed the Undertaker his second defeat of his career at the mega event. Roman Reigns seemed to be unstoppable before he was diagnosed with leukaemia.READ: Undertaker chokeslams Sami Zayn in middle of ring as he returns to MSGRoman Reigns and his battle with leukaemiaOn October 22, 2018 edition of Monday Night Raw, Roman Reigns shocked one and all when he had relinquished the WWE Universal Championship after it was revealed that he had been diagnosed with leukaemia. In fact, Reigns was battling with this disease since the last 11 years. He was first diagnosed with leukaemia back in 2007 when he was signed to the Minnesota Vikings. Later, on February 25, 2019 edition of Raw, Roman Reigns returned and announced that his leukaemia is once again in remission.READ: John Cena spills the beans on his famous ‘You Can’t See Me’ TauntSome fans wonder whether Reigns indeed had leukaemiaWhen a fit-again Roman Reigns made his successful comeback earlier this year, some wrestling fans wondered whether the Big Dog indeed sick or was the WWE star bluffing. However, the former Universal Champion made everything clear while speaking to a UK-based magazine. In the interview, Roman Reigns made a huge statement to those fans who were doubting his life-threatening illness. The ex-WWE Champion said that there is ignorance of leukaemia and that the word alone is intimidating. Reigns then went on to explain that leukaemia sounds like a cancer word which could take your whole life but what people haven’t realized is the different phases. The leader of the ‘Shield’ also wanted people to understand that it is not what they see in movies and that we are making advancements in the treatment of the disease. Roman Reigns concluded by saying there are things which are done to help people and save lives but one does not always concentrate on those things. READ: Stone Cold Steve Austin returns to MSG, delivers stunner to AJ StylesREAD: Randy Orton: Rumours about WWE’s Apex Predator that came true FOLLOW US Written Bycenter_img SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 12th September, 2019 14:30 IST Roman Reigns Hits Back At Detractors Who Doubted His Illness Roman Reigns has made a big statement to those who had doubted whether he was indeed suffering from leukaemi or was the WWE bluffing to write him off television COMMENT 11 months ago WWE RAW: Rey Mysterio vs Gran Metalik Match Overview LIVE TV 11 months ago Randy Orton: Rumours about WWE’s Apex Predator that came true WATCH US LIVElast_img read more

Ghana Premier League ranked sixth in Africa

first_imgThe Ghana Premier League has been ranked sixth strongest league in Africa for 2012 by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS).The 16-team league is also rated the 65th strongest league in the world.Last year, Berekum Chelsea’s exploits in the CAF Champions League-where they made it to the Group stage-propelled him on the ranking.The world ranking for the strongest national leagues is determined annually by the IFFHS on the basis of all national (championship, FA Cup) and (inter)continental (confederations & FIFA club competitions) results of the clubs.The Sudanese Premier League emerged the strongest league in Africa after three clubs made it to the Group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup.El Merreikh topped Group A and was followed by El Hilal in second place but El Ahly Shandy finished at the foot of the table in the same pool. The Tunisian Ligue 1 is second strongest and 42nd in the annual world ranking followed by Mali, Morocco and Nigeria.With no competition taking place in Egypt since January 2012, the country’s Premier League is ranked 91st in the world.Top ten African Leagues:35. (1) Sudan42. (2) Tunisia 45. (3) Mali56.(4) Morocco60. (5) Nigeria65. (6) Ghana66. (7) Angola 67. (8) Zimbabwe72. (9) Algeria73. (10) Ivory Coast* Africa ranking in bracketslast_img read more

Augustine Okrah overwhelmed by response after stunning rabona in Sudan

first_imgAugustine Okrah has been overwhelmed by the response he has received after the spectacular goal he scored last night.Okrah’s rabona came in his Sudanese club Al Merreikh’s 2-0 triumph over Merreikh Kosti.Shortly after the goal, social media was awash with videos and praises for the prolific striker.In an exclusive interview with Joy Sports, Okrah says his phone has not stopped buzzing.“They have been telling me this goal is crazy. I can’t even turn my phone off, people have been calling me non-stop asking me how I did it.”“Even my mother says she has not seen anything like that before. And I told her she should keep praying for me. This goal is not from me, it’s from God.”The former Bechem United forward has attributed his hard work over the past few weeks to constant practice and watching his football idols. “I have been watching Messi and Ronaldo and I have been learning a lot from them.”A rabona can be described as a method of kicking the ball whereby the kicking leg is wrapped around the back of the standing leg—effectively with one’s legs crossed.Okrah was adjudged the Most Valuable Player of 2013/2014 Ghana league season.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoyFMSports. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more