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Celta Vigo vs Barcelona LIVE SCORE: Olaza OG puts ten-man Barca in control – stream FREE, TV, La Liga latest updates

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Barca are dominating possession, they’ve seen 65 per cent of the ball, however, they have only managed to register one shot on target.

Celta have been doing really well with what little possession they have had, they’re happy to let Barca play and hit them on the counter attack.

Massive second half for the home side as they look to get a goal back and possibly a winner against ten-men Barca.

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Paige VanZant looks sensational with ‘belfie’ in tiny red bikini after ex-UFC star has bare knuckle debut delayed

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FORMER UFC star Paige VanZant stunned fans by sharing a sensational ‘belfie’ showing off her bikini body in a tiny red number.

The 26-year-old is biding her time after her bare-knuckle boxing debut was pushed back to February 2021.

Paige VanZant posted a cheeky 'belfie' on Instagram

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Paige VanZant posted a cheeky ‘belfie’ on Instagram
The former UFC star regularly shares stunning snaps with her 2.7million Instagram followers

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The former UFC star regularly shares stunning snaps with her 2.7million Instagram followers
VanZant shows off her strength with a pool-side handstand

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VanZant shows off her strength with a pool-side handstandCredit: Instagram / @paigevanzant

And she sent her 2.7million Instagram followers wild with the revealing shot from behind which captured her physique as she posed by a swimming pool.

One commented: “What’s not to like about this picture?”

Another said: “No disrespect intended but WOW, your hubby is a lucky man. Thanks for sharing.”

VanZant had hoped to make her Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship debut in November.

She signed a multi-fight deal with BKFC after her UFC contract expired.

And has been training hard to get her ‘hands ready’ for her first fight.

She has been snapped working in the gym with American Top Team boxing coach Gabriel de Oliveira and Brazilian MMA fighter Janaisa Morandin.

VanZant finshed her MMA career with an 8-5 record.

VanZant is no stranger to a bikini selfie

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VanZant is no stranger to a bikini selfieCredit: Instagram
VanZant litters her Instagram feed with revealing pics

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VanZant litters her Instagram feed with revealing picsCredit: Instagram

The American married Bellator fighter Austin Vanderford in 2018 and often posts pictures of herself doing daily activities while naked with her husband.

VanZant is certainly not afraid to post X-rated snaps online.

And she previously flashed her bum while doing a handstand next to a pool.

Austin Vanderford and wife Paige VanZant are not afraid to get their kit off

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Austin Vanderford and wife Paige VanZant are not afraid to get their kit offCredit: Instagram
Paige VanZant shows off bum again in tiny pink bikini as ex-UFC star launches herself into pool while on holiday

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Ed Woodward slams the Government for their lack of ‘consistency’ over return of fans

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Manchester United chief Ed Woodward has implored the Government to follow the lead of other European countries and allow football fans back into stadiums now.

Supporters have not been allowed to watch professional football matches in the UK since the end of March due to the coronavirus pandemic, and while other countries have begun to loosen restrictions, the Government is yet to act on British shores.

Woodward has now added his voice to the debate, insisting that every Premier League clubs are confident they could accommodate the return of fans safely.

Ed Woodward has slammed the Government for their lack of 'consistency' regarding fans

Ed Woodward has slammed the Government for their lack of 'consistency' regarding fans

Ed Woodward has slammed the Government for their lack of ‘consistency’ regarding fans

Other European countries have begun to let their fans back in; pictured is Rennes on Tuesday

Other European countries have begun to let their fans back in; pictured is Rennes on Tuesday

Other European countries have begun to let their fans back in; pictured is Rennes on Tuesday

Speaking on Wednesday, the United supremo said: ‘Another crucial issue for the whole of football is the reopening of stadiums to spectators as soon as the Government allows. 

‘While the situation in Greater Manchester and the UK as a whole continues to evolve, our plans for this are well advanced and we are confident of ours and the whole league’s ability to welcome them back in a safe, bio-secure environment. 

‘Crowds have been permitted to return to varying degrees in over 20 European countries, albeit with significant capacity restrictions to allow for social distancing, and we urge the UK government to follow these positive examples as soon as it is safe to do so.

‘While we recognise that public health must always be the priority, what is needed is consistency of approach. If people are allowed to sit in a plane for hours, or in the cinema, or even watch football in a cinema why not outside in a stadium environment which is professionally managed and controlled? 

Boris Johnson is still not allowing fans to return to stadiums in small numbers in the UK

Boris Johnson is still not allowing fans to return to stadiums in small numbers in the UK

Boris Johnson is still not allowing fans to return to stadiums in small numbers in the UK

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Old Trafford remains empty as United wait to get the green light to begin the return of fans

‘If indoor concerts are allowed, why should outdoor, socially-distanced football fans be treated differently? Fans are the bedrock of this game and some of the inconsistencies out there are frustrating for them and for the Clubs.’

Woodward’s words will be met with plenty of positivity from other English clubs, as they patiently wait to be given the green light from the Government.

Clubs are haemorrhaging cash with no gate money coming in, and they will be desperate to open their doors once more.

United in particular have accrued huge debts in 2020, announcing on Wednesday morning that their debts have soared 133 per cent to a huge £474.1million. 

This is partly due to the lack of fans, but also due to decreased TV deals and sponsorship, as well as their outlay on new players in the transfer window. 

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Ed Woodward insists Man Utd are doing English football a favour as he breaks cover over part in Project Big Picture

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MANCHESTER United chief Ed Woodward has finally broken cover over his part in the Project Big Picture plans – insisting they have done English football a favour.

United and Liverpool came under sustained fire from rivals when the proposals emerged for a slimmed-down top-flight which would concentrate power in the hands of the Big Six.

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Ed Woodward has opened up about his role in Project Big PictureCredit: AFP

Woodward and Liverpool were forced to agree to a ‘unanimous’ statement dismissing the concept.

But in a conference call to the club’s financial investors today, Woodward showed no signs of backing down.

He said: “You may have read about the discussions taking place within English football about plans to address the near-term financial predicament created by the pandemic for clubs in the lower leagues. 

“We have been playing an active role in those discussions because we strongly believe in supporting the English football pyramid…



“Both in the short term, to address the issues created by Covid-19, and in the long term to improve financial sustainability at all levels of the game.

“There will always be intense debate around any changes to the structure of football, just as there was before the formation of the Premier League 28 years ago. 

“Now, at this critical juncture for the game, we must ensure the huge success of the Premier League is reinforced while ensuring the wider football pyramid continues to thrive in a rapidly changing media environment. 

“Achieving this will require strategic vision and leadership. 

These were the chief proposals of Project Big Picture before it was aborted

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These were the chief proposals of Project Big Picture before it was aborted

“We are pleased that the Premier League has committed to work together on a plan for the future structures and financing of English football. 

“Now it must deliver on that promise, and we are committed to playing a leading role in pushing that process towards a successful outcome.”

Woodward’s uncompromising stance is likely to raise the hackles of other clubs even further, especially after it emerged United were also involved in draft plans for an 18-team breakaway European Super League

Those plans have also been condemned by Portuguese superstar Luis Figo.

The former Real Madrid and Barcelona ace said: “What I read about this Super League idea will destroy football as we know it. 

“It’s all about greed and keeping the game for a few elite clubs, while killing the other clubs and leagues that fans love. 

“Football should unite! Everyone should oppose it!”

In a subsequent question and answer session, Woodward tried to distance United from the European breakaway project, insisting the club was working WITH Uefa over plans for the future reform of club competition.

He added: “I don’t know where the European Premier League story came from so there is nothing for us to say.

“We’re engaged on a very regular basis, through my roles with the European Club Association and Uefa, talking about potential changes to the Champions League from 2024 onwards.

“One of those plans involves discussions about an extension to 36 teams in the Champions League.

“Those are the conversations we’re actively involved in.”

Man Utd debt soars by 133 per cent to £474m and club record £23m losses as 2019-20 financial results released

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