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MO SALAH

The Egyptian genius is a Liverpool hero.

The Kop faithful love singing about him running down the wing, and his distinctive looks and thick beard certainly make him standout on the pitch.

But, something funny happens when you put him through FaceApp as a woman.

He loses his beard and the curly mane gets longer!
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HARRY KANE

The England and Tottenham star is the model professional.

He scores when he wants, is a hero for club and country, and standing at 6ft 2in would certainly make a striking lady.

And as you can see, the hairstyle hasn't changed much through FaceApp.

But look at those pouty lips!
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LIONEL MESSI

Ronaldo's Ballon d'Or rival is equally as glam.
Put Messi's face through FaceApp and he too looks like he's been given the Hollywood treatment with big, bouffant hair.

His lips are fuller, cheekbones higher but you can still see it's him.

And how about that jaw-line?
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BRACE yourself.

Have you ever wondered what Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Harry Kane or even Franck Ribery would look like if they were women?

No? Well we have. So we decided to put their famous faces through FaceApp and got some hilarious results back.

So, let us know who you think is the prettiest or otherwise.

CRISTIANO RONALDO

There's no doubt that the Juventus star is one of the pin-ups of the game, attracting scores of female fans to his social media.

His clean-cut looks work well as a man, but how do they translate put through FaceApp?

Rather bizarrely, Ronaldo can pull if off. He looks like a glamorous movie star, and not too dissimilar to partner Georgina Rodriguez or even Cindy Crawford.

Is there anything this man can't do?





Source: TheSun
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Arsenal Fans / Wilshere reveals difference between Ozil, Fabregas
« Last post by Yomi on April 30, 2020, 10:10:18 AM »
West Ham midfielder, Jack Wilshere, has identified the one difference between former team-mates Mesut Ozil and Cesc Fabregas.

Wilshere played with both midfielders at Arsenal before he left the club in 2018.

Although both players excelled in attacking midfield roles, Wilshere feels Fabregas had a greater ability to control a game.

“They can change a game and they can control a game – more so Fabregas could control a game. That’s the difference.

“Ozil wouldn’t really get involved in the build-up but Cesc would drop.

“I’ve seen games where he must have created 10 to 12 goalscoring opportunities just by dropping off.

“I’ve had this conversation with him recently where that player is sort of going out the game a little bit.

“Not that quick, not really strong but just playing with your brain.

“I played in a few games where he (Cesc) was man marked which says it all really.

“Someone who is not going to really run away from you with the ball or beat and push you off the ball. To literally be man marked, I remember we played Bolton once and Fabrice Muamba followed him for the whole game,” Wilshere said according to the UK Metro.

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Manchester United Fans / Luke Shaw names Victor Moses as toughest player he has faced
« Last post by Yomi on April 30, 2020, 10:09:16 AM »
Manchester United’s Luke Shaw has named Victor Moses as the toughest player he has faced in his career.

Shaw and Moses faced each other twice during the 2012-2013 season, in the Premier League and FA Cup, with Chelsea winning both games.

“People always think I’m joking, but one of my hardest games ever was against Victor Moses when I was coming in as a 17-year-old at Southampton.

“Maybe because I was so young. He was really quick, direct, strong and that was a challenge for me.

“I’ve played against the likes of Gareth Bale, Messi and Hazard, and they were all so good, but I always remember Victor Moses as a really tough opponent as well,” Shaw told United’s official website.

Moses also came up against Shaw during the 2013-2014 season, during his loan spell with Liverpool.
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Juventus Fans / Coronavirus: Dybala tests positive for fourth time in six weeks
« Last post by Yomi on April 30, 2020, 10:08:06 AM »
Juventus forward, Paulo Dybala, has tested positive for Coronavirus for the fourth time in six weeks, according to Spanish programme El Chiringuito.

Dybala confirmed on March 21, that he and his girlfriend Oriana Sabatini, has contracted the virus.

It is believed the Argentine has had a total of four tests in six weeks as a result of his initial diagnosis, with his most recent coming back positive.

Dybala recently spoke out about his fight with the disease, explaining how he had been struggling to breathe.

He also claimed he and his girlfriend were feeling much better, but it seems the forward is struggling to shake off the illness.

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Real Madrid Fans / Real Madrid reportedly moves to get rid of four players this summer
« Last post by Yomi on April 30, 2020, 10:07:26 AM »
Spanish football expert, Guillem Balague, has claimed that Real Madrid wants to ‘offload’ four of their players, Luka Modric, James Rodriguez, Gareth Bale, and Lucas Vazquez, this summer transfer window.

Balague also said that Zinedine Zidane’s side is not planning to sign any player this summer.

Real Madrid has been linked with a summer move for Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba, Liverpool’s Sadio Mane, and Paris Saint-Germain stars, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.

But Balague believes the Los Blancos have no specific targets heading into the next window but wants to sell Modric, Rodriguez, Bale and Vazquez first.

“I know that Neymar has been related to Real Madrid by his former agent, Wagner Ribeiro, who has said Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez still dreams of taking him to Real Madrid,” Balague said on his YouTube channel.

“But Real Madrid are not planning to sign any player at this stage.

“Real Madrid wants to think about the loan deals that they have got out there, like Achraf Hakimi, Martin Odegaard, and see if they bring the players back to Santiago Bernabeu.

“But first, Real Madrid want to see if they can get rid of the likes of Modric, Lucas Vazquez, James, Bale.”
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Ajax Fans / Good news for Chelsea as Andre Onana confirms intention to leave Ajax
« Last post by Yomi on April 30, 2020, 10:06:59 AM »
Ajax goalkeeper, Andre Onana, has confirmed his intention to leave Erik ten Hag’s side this summer transfer window.

The Cameroon international said that he is ready to “take a step” amid interest from Chelsea.

DAILY POST recalls that Onana, who had chosen to play for Chelsea, had also drawn the interest of Barcelona, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur in the past.

The 24-year-old has established himself as among the best goalkeepers in Europe during his time in Holland, winning the Dutch Eredivisie title and reaching the semi-final of the UEFA Champions League last season.

But that Ajax team has been pulled apart, with Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt leaving last summer and Hakim Ziyech agreeing on a move to Chelsea this summer.

And Onana has now made it clear that he intends to be the next big player to secure a move away from Ajax.

“Do not get me wrong, I am very happy with Ajax, and I am very grateful to the club,” Onana told Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad.

“It was five great years here, but now my time has come to take a step.

“I do not yet know what will happen, but my ambitions and agreements are clear.”

Onana joined Ajax from Barcelona in 2016.

He has made over 150 appearances for the Eredivisie champions.

His current contract at Ajax will expire in 2022.
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Other Teams / Coronavirus: EPL resumption suffers major blow as players refuse to play
« Last post by Yomi on April 30, 2020, 10:05:57 AM »
The Premier League’s hope to restart the 2019/2020 season has suffered a big blow, as a growing number of players do not want to play football during the coronavirus crisis, ESPN reports.

The English top-flight has been suspended since March 13 because of the pandemic.

However, there have been discussions among stakeholders, to ensure the campaign is completed and not called off.

But the players have reservations about playing through the Coronavirus outbreak.

“A lot of players are very uncomfortable with coming back.

“The only way the league takes this seriously is when someone at a club dies. We will look back on this time with sadness in the future,” a source said.

Top-flight clubs will again meet on Friday, to discuss options available for resumption amid growing opposition to playing, even behind closed doors by players.

The UK’s Culture Secretary, Oliver Dowden, has said he has been in contact with clubs about restarting the Premier League “as soon as possible,” and UEFA has told leagues to outline their plans for resuming by May 25.
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