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This summer’s transfer window was shut on 31st August. It has arguably been termed as the most dramatic and unpredictable transfer window in football history, with shock moves that included two of the most influential football stars.

Drama ensued as former Barcelona ace, Lionel Messi’s contract came to an end. Renewal plans had already been made including him taking a 50% pay cut but in the end, it was decided that Messi could not play for Barcelona again. Rumors began on where he would play next, with him being linked to clubs like Man City and Paris Saint Germain (PSG). Eventually, the Argentine moved to Paris on a 2-year contract.

PSG went on to make other signings, in a bid to build a winning team that would also boost their Champions League ambitions. Their highlight signings included Georginio Wijnaldum from Liverpool, Sergio Ramos from Real Madrid, Achraf Hakimi from Inter Milan, and Gianluigi Donnarumma from AC Milan; plus other deadline day deals.

Then came an announcement from Cristiano Ronaldo, that he wanted to leave Juventus. He was linked to a move back to England, but this time, to Man City. Speculations played out until it was finally announced that Ronaldo had agreed terms with his former club Manchester United.



Other notable transfer deals across Europe are as follows:

Saul Niguez – Atletico Madrid to Chelsea on loan

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Antoine Griezzeman – Barcelona to Atletico Madrid on loan

COURTESY: Fabrizio Romano, Twitter

Moise Keane – Everton to Juventus on loan

Hector Bellerin – Arsenal to Real Betis on loan

Nuno Mendes – Sporting CP to Paris Saint-Germain on loan

Daniel James – Manchester United to Leeds for £25m

Nikola Vlasic – CSKA Moscow to West Ham for £33.5m

Patrick Roberts – Manchester City to Troyes on loan

Marcel Sabitzer – RB Leipzig to Bayern

Kurt Zouma – Chelsea to West Ham for £29.8m

Moussa Sissoko – Tottenham to Watford for £3m

Xherdan Shaqiri – Liverpool to Lyon

Martin Odegaard – Real Madrid to Arsenal

Aaron Ramsdale – Bournemouth to Arsenal

Tammy Abraham – Chelsea to Roma for £34m

Some deals go through while others do not. Such deals include:

Kylian Mbappe’s move to Real Madrid. His current club is said to have snubbed Real Madrid’s offers that stretched to as far as £220 million.

Harry Kane’s move to Man City. This eventually ended up with Harry Kane’s announcement that he would not be leaving the club.

How did your team do during this transfer window…?


Akothee speaks on her struggles of being a public figure

According to the mother of five, not every stranger who approaches you has good intentions and went on to say that she has been forced to run away from her fans on several occasions



Being a public figure comes with its own share of challenges that come as a result of high expectations from people who at time forget you are human being too.

Now, singer Esther Akoth, popularly known as Akothee, in a post on her Instagram account has opened up on the struggles she goes through in her life as a public figure. The hit maker revealed that she is always uneasy when she discovers that she has been noticed when in a public area.

“You all might not understand but allow me to express myself today. I may appear strong but deep down I have been broken so many times. I am a moving damaged goods,” She wrote.


Akothee said that being on the limelight might not be as glamorous as majority of the people at times believe and events from her past still give her chills when it comes to meeting her fans.

“I have realized that I have become very sensitive that I don’t even want to leave my house. I don’t like people recognizing me in public and at times I just wished I was just a normal person passing the streets in peace,” she added.

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According to the mother of five, not every stranger who approaches you has good intentions. She went on to say that she has been forced to run away from her fans on several occasions. Akothee admitted that she is always scared to meet her fans to the extent that she gets traumatized before leaving her house or jumping out of her car.


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“I am Samuel” film banned

The film was produced in 2020 by Toni Kamau which highlights the experiences of Samuel Asilikwa after coming out as a gay man in the streets of Nairobi



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The Kenya Film classification board(KFCB) has announced the ban of a “gay” themed documentary on Samuel Asilikwa, a Kenyan. The film was called “I am Samuel” and was directed by Peter Murimi.

In a statement on Thursday, acting KFCB Chief Executive Officer Chris Wambua said that the ban will be in effect because the film is promoting a “gay theme”

“In the course of examining a film titled: I am Samuel, which was submitted to the Board for classification, the Board noted a clear and deliberate attempt by the producer, to promote same-sex marriages as an acceptable way of life,” Wambua said.

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He went on to say that the same-sex relationship is evident in the film through repeated confessions by the gay couple(in the film) that what they feel for each other is normal and should be embraced as a way of life.

Mr. Wambua also announced that any attempts to air the film with the Kenyan territory in now deemed illegal and any to distribute it within the country shall be met with the full force of the law.

“While the Board welcomes local and foreign support to our budding local film industry, such funding should focus on production of content that is aligned with the laws of our country. Films that advocate for same-sex marriages, homosexuality or any outlawed practices shall not be allowed for exhibition, or distribution within the country,” KFCB said.

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The film was produced in 2020 by Toni Kamau which highlights the experiences of Samuel Asilikwa after coming out as a gay man in the streets of Nairobi. It also shows his experience of rejection from from friends and some family members.


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Red Devils cast out of Carabao, Arsenal and Chelsea go through



Manchester United hosted West Ham United at Old Trafford yesterday, for the third round of the Carabao Cup, just few days after they played against each other in the Premier League at the London Stadium.

Both teams produced a thrilling match that was evident from the start, when Manuel Lanzini scored his first goal against the red devils just under 10 minutes of the game.

Manuel Lanzini celebrates his goal against Man United

The match went on with both teams missing to hit the target, though West Ham were the closest to scoring. Man United sought to strengthen their squad by sending in Bruno Fernandes and Mason Greenwood, but West Ham held on to claim their revenge and knock-out Man United off the competition.

Elsewhere in London, Chelsea welcomed Aston Villa to the Stamford Bridge hoping to continue win their winning record so far. Both teams had their chances as Aston Villa had their shot cleared from the line by Reece James.

In the second half, Reece James then turned provider as his neat cross was guided into the back of the net by Timo Werner, to put Chelsea on the front foot.

Timo Werner’s header that put Chelsea in front

Ten Minutes later, Cameron Archer’s header was on point from a Matty Cash cross into the box, to put Aston Villa level with Chelsea.

Cash and Archer after their leveler-goal against Chelsea

None of the teams was able to break the deadlock, sending the game to a penalty kick-off. Misses from Ashley Young and Marvelous Nakamba disadvantaged Aston Villa, as Reece James scored the winning penalty, covering for Ben Chilwell’s earlier off target shot. Chelsea went on to win 4-3, qualifying for the 4th round of the cup tie.

Reece James and Kepa celebrate after the penalty shoot-out

In North London, Arsenal proved too strong for AFC Wimbledon as they scored 3 goals to book themselves into the 4th round of the Carabao Cup. Alexandre Lacazette opened the scoring through a penalty kick in the 11th minute of the game.

Lacazette celebrates scoring his penalty

He then turned provider as Smith Rowe scored the second goal, in the 77th minute. Edward Nketiah then rounded off the goals moments later, with a wonderful back-heel from a Cedric Soares pass.

Nketiah and Soares celebrate the 3rd goal against Wimbledon


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