While Liverpool’s mere thought of winning a Premier League title was enough to send chills down the backs of most Manchester United fans, at least one Red Devils fan had reason to celebrate.
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United fan Tony Ward, 55, had been groping since March after betting his entire £ 55,000 ($ 69,400) legacy on his club’s bitter rivals, ending their thirty-year wait for a championship.
Ward placed the bet in October after deciding to bet all the money he received after his mother’s death in Liverpool to win the title, with a 4/6 chance.
While the Premier League season has been postponed for several months due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, the United fan has been forced to wait even longer before finally getting his £ 91,000 ($ 115,000) winnings.
The Man United fan was raised after betting his entire £ 55k legacy on Liverpool by winning the Premier League https://t.co/rciwq5q7XO
– The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) 11 July 2020
“Liverpool always seemed to be able to win the title,” he told The Sun. “I chose them after a long, long debate.
Ward plans to spend part of his trip on a great family vacation when it is safe to do it again, putting the rest on the bank for a rainy day. Very shrewd
The bale “takes a siesta” during the Real Madrid game
Real Madrid striker Gareth Bale has gotten used to life on the bench and looks happy to enjoy some attention while his teammates are busy playing.
Madrid preceded Barcelona’s main rivals at the top of the Liga since football in Spain started again, but they did so with Bale who played a peripheral role.
Bale seems to have shed some light on his situation during Friday’s 2-0 victory over Alaves, at some point, pulling his mask up in his eyes and acting as if he was capturing Z’s in the Bernabeu seats.
Bale made only two appearances for Madrid in his eight games since the restart, both as a substitute, and was again handed over to sit and watch as coach Zinedine Zidane used all five of his assigned changes without the Welshman being one. of them.
Beckham calls the hero Captain Sir Tom Moore into the special English team
Former England captain David Beckham had the honor of meeting Captain Sir Tom Moore recently when the British fundraising hero became the first member of the new FA Lionhearts team.
In an effort to help fight the coronavirus, Moore gained worldwide fame after pledging to raise money by walking 100 laps in his home garden in Bedfordshire before his 100th birthday on April 30th. He did just that and raised over £ 32 million for the NHS, meanwhile capturing the hearts of a nation and a knight from Queen Elizabeth II.
Moore was also honored with becoming the first member of The FA Lionhearts, with Beckham able to complete face-to-face induction.
The Lionhearts initiative will pay tribute to 23 inspirational people who have gone far beyond this difficult time for the UK.
“It was such an honor to meet Captain Sir Tom and thank him on behalf of the FA for his incredible fundraising success in support of our NHS,” said Beckham.
“He is truly a national hero and I can’t think of anyone who deserves to be the captain of the Lionhearts team.”