According to the Telegraph, Pulis has been offered the role following his success as manager of Saint Louis FC in America’s second division. Before that he was coach of Orlando City B and has been building an impressive reputation in the States. As a player, the 35-year-old’s career never really took off having made just two appearances for Stoke in four years. He then spent time on loan at seven different clubs in the lower leagues before finding his feet at Orlando City. Pulis has watched his dad manage clubs in the Premier League such as Stoke, Crystal Palace and West Brom. Tony has his own reputation for guiding teams to safety although has been criticised for his style of play in the past. David Beckham will team up with the son of Tony Pulis ahead of Inter Miami’s first foray in the MLS, according to reports. Goldenballs’ franchise has headhunted Anthony to become the new assistant manager to boss Diego Alonso on a three-year deal. Read Also:Diego Alonso: Beckham’s Inter Miami MLS franchise name first manager “He has managed more than 1,000 games in English football. There are not many who have done that and I would be stupid not to tap into his knowledge. “Having said that, I am my own man. I have my own ideas on how things should be done and I am certainly not a clone of my dad. But I can pick the phone up whenever things come up because everything I go through, he has experienced.” Inter Miami’s season gets underway on March 1 against Los Angeles FC. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 But Anthony insists he is no carbon-copy of his old man and has his own ideas. In an interview with the BBC, he said: “I am very close to my dad – I speak to him nearly every day on the phone. Loading… Promoted Content10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without RechargingWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?10 TV Characters Who Were Destined To Become IconicWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The Network’s Greatest Shows On HBOWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?Bear Cubs ‘Dancing’ In Forest Delight The InternetEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid Armageddon7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone7 Theories About The Death Of Our UniverseBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them
Rome is expected to confirm it’s pulling out of the bidding to host the 2024 Olympics today.The Italian capital’s new mayor, Virginia Raggi, has spoken before of her concerns about the rising cost of putting on the Games.Los Angeles, Paris and Budapest would be left in the running. The International Olympic Committee will decide on the 2024 host around this time next year.
Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has suffered another injury after pulling up during Shanghai SIPG’s league game.The Ghana captain was substituted after 10 minutes in his side’s 2-1 defeat against Beijing Guoan.Gyan is expected to undergo further test to check the extent of injury.This fresh injury could rule Gyan out of Ghana’s AFCON qualifier against Mauritius on June 6.The captain last played for Ghana in their 2-0 World Cup qualifying victory over Comoros in November 2015. – Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySports
Movie star/director/producer Joseph C. Weah Jr., commonly known as ‘Joe Baby’, feels this whole deadly Ebola outbreak is as bad as it seems.”This whole thing on Ebola is actually confusing. Ebola is real and you can’t doubt the fact. What I think is happening in our society is the goverment is trying to play some game here too,” he stated.Joe Baby is known for roles in hit motion pictures including “A man’s heart”, “Cimplications”, “Prejudice”, “Desperate hours”, “Lines of Deception” and a recent movie called “Justice Denied”. He has also been utterly silent about his take on Ebola and how it has affected entertainment as a whole.“Its bad for us the entertainers because this Ebola outbreak has taken us back almost five to 10 years. Everything we’ve built up in the industry has gone back five years because now if any investor comes, they have to sit and observe the country to make sure it is totally eradicated. Ebola will send our job, country and whole economy backwards,” he says.LIB Life caught up with Joe Baby during a recent visit to 146 Block, a popular hangout spot for entertainers, a place where you can catch up and see all of your favorite stars. The Liberian movie heartthrob gave us his two cents about this whole Ebola outbreak.LIB LIFE: Joe Baby, Ebola is real. What have you been doing to keep safe?JOE BABY: Just taking precautions like how we have been. We the actors have paused every production, and we’re observing this whole Ebola stuff until we can get assurance that Ebola has left Liberia.LIB LIFE: You seem very unhappy, which is okay, because we all are.JOE BABY: To be honest, Ebola is a big kill to our industry; it has done a lot of damage. We tried to work a lot of deals with investors to come over, and because of Ebola being in the country, they say they can’t come. It’s too frustrating.LIB LIFE: Do you think there’s anything else we can make do other than keeping clean and away from people who have it?JOE BABY: We don’t have any power; we’re not the government and can’t make the last decision or the first. All you need to do is take the necessary measures in keeping it out.What we the entertainers are doing to affect the community positively is what we’ve been doing through entertainment all along. We’re trying to give people a future to become whatever they want to be in this industry, despite the Ebola outbreak. We did an all-star Ebola song involving almost all artists, producers and engineers to send our own message in our own way.LIB LIFE: Before I let you go, can you tell me your personal take on this deadly Ebola virus that has forced its way into our lives?JOE BABY: I personally observed that there’s some trick going on. I think this thing is far beyond Ebola.LIB LIFE: Does it have anything to do with the shooting death of the late Shaki Kamara?JOE BABY: I’m terribly hurt deeply by the killing of Shaki Kamara! I listen to disturbing the Peace on Hott FM and was deeply hurt when I heard a minister trying to defend his death. I can say that the whole world saw what happened and because of it, everyone’s eyes are now open at what happened. It’s a sensitive thing.LIB LIFE: You’re right. Why do you think this whole thing runs further then Ebola?JOE BABY: Ebola shouldn’t have anything to do with gun business, or security being on the Atlantic Ocean with arms. I mean, people being shot and the killing of a child was totally wrong. We all know what Ebola is about, we’ve all been aware. But I think this thing is far beyond Ebola.Ebola is Ebola, what we need to do is get the rightful people who are going to get the rightful stuff that will stop Ebola. Not to have gunmen depriving people of not coming this far and so on. You can quarantine a polluted area where the virus is, there’s a way to do it, but not the way people here with arms are going about it.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)