Saturday, October 3, 2015
Theo Walcott says Mesut Ozil “makes football look easy” and is a threat to opponents wherever he is on the pitch.
Ozil has provided three assists and created more goalscoring chances than anyone else in the Premier League this term, and Walcott says it is a pleasure to play alongside him.
“The first thing he does when he has the ball, in fact when he hasn’t even got the ball, is that he looks,” the striker told Arsenal Player.
“He looks first before he gets the ball and he knows where he’s going to play it before he’s even got it. That just shows the sort of quality we have in this team.
“Mesut’s involvement in the Stoke goal sums it up and also shows what he can do for this team. He makes football look easy and he’s a special player who has so many assists in his game.
“He can do it anywhere on the pitch, he’s a threat from anywhere and when you’ve got that in your dressing room you can build on it.
“I know what he’s going to do now when he’s got the ball, I just need to keep making those runs and hopefully we can get that relationship going.
Thursday, October 1, 2015
A baby who has two tubes growing out of his face instead of nose has been born and given the name Baby Angelito (meaning little angel) by his parents.
Doctors say despite the deformed nose, the youngster is perfectly normal following his birth in the city of Chimbote, Peru.
Paediatrician Jose Castillo, who’s looked after him since his birth, explained to local media that the strange condition was the result of a very rare genetic deformity which happens once in every 10 million to 15 million births.
He said the child is stable and his heart and respiratory system are also working fine.
The baby was transferred from his home in Nuevo Chimbote to hospital, some 600k’s away, where he will undergo an operation on the double nose.
The hospital’s neonatal care boss Carlos Arrestegui Ramos said: “He doesn’t have difficulty breathing now, but he will need plastic surgery.”
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Monday, September 28, 2015
First year students at the University of Nairobi have been advised to use contraceptives whenever they engage in sex.
The campaign dubbed ‘No Glove, No Love’ advocates for the use of other contraceptives as well besides condoms.
Speaking to Campus Vibe, Women Students Welfare Association (Woswa) chair Hilda Uku added that the ‘Yes to The C Word’ campaign would be launched this week, just in time for the new freshmen
“Guys have completely stopped using condoms. Most use condoms maybe during the first few encounters until ‘trust’ grows, then suddenly you are pregnant and at an abortion clinic,” said Uku.
The campaign targets mostly female freshers.