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Nigerian Wonder kid Freestyler, Chinonso Eche, Wins Guinness World Record

Nigerian kid sensation and freestyler, Chinonso Eche has been adjudged the youngest with a record for most consecutive football (soccer) touches in one minute while balancing a football on the head 111 by the Guinness World Record.

The Warri born freestyler is Nigeria’s youngest-ever to be awarded and hopes to be a Super Eagle player one day.

Chinonso started developing his skills at age 8 after watching videos of Lionel Messi and Jay-Jay Okocha.

The wonder kid came into limelight when the BBC showcased him while he delight his friends in school in September 2019.

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French Doctor Commits Suicide After Contracting COVID-19

French Doctor, Bernard Gonzalez has committed suicide after contracting the deadly virus COVID-19.

Gonzalez was appointed on April 5, 2020 as the club doctor of Stade de Reims.

The club in a statement stated:

It is with immense sadness that we report the death of Stade de Reims doctor Bernard Gonzalez at the age of 60, who committed suicide after contracting COVID-19, according to Le Parisien.

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Player Wakes from Coma After 2 Years

After 2 years, 8 months and 19 days, Abdelhak Nouri has woken from a coma.

The confirmed that the former-Ajax midfielder has regained consciousness as he can now eat and sit in a wheelchair.

His brother told the Dutch press: “He is no longer in a coma. He’s awake. He sneezes, he eats and gives us signals with his eyebrows. But he doesn’t get out of bed. He is very dependent on us.”

The 22 year old midfielder collapsed in a match vs Werder Bremen on July 8th 2017.

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