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Could this be the end Lewis Hamilton’s career as he tells fans he feels like ‘giving up on everything’ and wants to ‘shut down completely’.

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Lewis Hamilton sparks concern as he tells fans he feels like ‘giving up on everything’ and wants to ‘shut down completely’

Lewis Hamilton has sparked concern after sharing a worrying message to his fans on Instagram.

On Tuesday, October 15, the Formula One driver, 34, shared a post about giving up on everything’ and wants to ‘shut down completely’ via his Instagram stories.

Lewis wrote: ‘Honestly, I feel like giving up on everything. Shut down completely. Why bother when the world is such a mess and people don’t seem to care. ‘I’m going to take a moment away to gather my thoughts. Thank you to those of you who do give a d**n about the world.’

Lewis Hamilton sparks concern as he tells fans he feels like

The post has left many of his fans worried with some asking questions about Hamilton’s current state.

One wrote: ‘Please don’t give up on the world. There are people that care, whilst the world may seem c**p at times you have to look for the positives. I promise you there are some.’

Another fan typed: ‘I am so concerned about Lewis. Hope he is ok.’

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Super Eagles star forward, Moses Simon winsplayer of the month for October in his team Nantes’

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  • Moses Simon has been named Nantes’ best player for the month of October .The Nigeria international was impressive last month scoring four goals for Nantes . He is expected to be in Super Eagles’ squad against Benin Republic in Uyo French Ligue 1 side Nantes have named Super Eagles winger Moses Simon as their best player for the month of October after impressive performances.
  • In the month of October, Moses Simon was superb for Nantes scoring fours goals including a hat-trick against FC Paris. The 24-year-old Moses Simon beat Pallois Nicolas, Mehdi Abeid, and Andrei Girotto to the award of player of the month. Nantes took to their social media official page to post the video of Moses Simon showing the award to the fans inside the stadium.
  • Disappointing Golden Eaglets lose first match to tough opponents in final group game at FIFA U17 World Cup Meanwhile, Nantes are currently occupying 8th position on the French Ligue 1 standings with 19 points after 13 games played this season. Moses Simon is expected to be available for Super Eagles’ 2021 AFCON qualifiers against Benin and Lesotho on November 13 and 17.
  • Gernot Rohr’s men will first face Benin at the Godswill Akpabio stadium in which striker Ahmed Musa is expected to be the captain. Although the former Leicester City star missed the friendly against Brazil, he has been the captain of the Super Eagles since John Obi Mikel retired. Mikel retired from the national team after winning a bronze medal with Nigeria at the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.
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Yakubu Hassan a Nigerian footballer handed, suspension indefinitely for slapping a referee.

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The Nasarawa Football Association has announced the indefinite suspension of one footballer for assaulting a centre referee,

Yakubu Hassan, who plays for ”Dubagari Football Club”, Lafia, a local team in Nasarawa state slapped a centre referee Kasimu Ahmadu during a football match with another local team, Winda Force Football Club after he was cautioned for an infringement. The incident occurred on Oct. 29.

The fixture was part of the state’s FA 2019/2020 ‘Premier League Competition’.

Confirming the disciplinary action, Halidu Akwashiki, the Vice Chairman of the Nasarawa Football Association said: “The actions we took will serve as lessons to other players and clubs never to intimidate or instigate violence on match officials and to adhere strictly to the rules of the game.”

“It was embarrassing for everyone, and I mean everyone including the fans because we all assumed this action is unheard of in this generation but to our surprise, we have been reminded on the dangers match officials face just for doing their jobs; it is sad,” he said.

He also added that aside from the suspension, the player was ordered to write an apology letter to the match officials and his club to pay a fine to the FA.

Also speaking on the situation, Mohammed Isa, Secretary-General, Nasarawa state Referees Council, expressed his disappointment over the incident and also suggested that a stiffer punishment should be handed to any player who violently attacks referees on the field of play.

“We feel bad on the issue and reported to the FA who have now taken action against the player and his team but despite that, we have called on the state FA to ensure that what happened does not repeat itself again,” he said.

Isa further revealed that the referee council will boycott any fixture if the player who assaulted the referee is selected in any upcoming games.

“I want to assure you that the player will never participate in any competition within this state again and if he is participating, the referees in the state shall not participate; that is our stand,” he said.

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Son Heung-min dedicates goal to André Gomes against Red Star.

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Son Heung-min, Tottenham star, may still be overtly devastated by guilt but by virtual of his highly remorseful gesture during Spurs’ victory over Red Stars, the South Korean star has accrued more love to his side. Son put behind the most spine-chilling moment of his career that saw him accidentally dislocate André Gomes’s leg in a Premier League tie against Everton as he hit brace in Spurs’ Champions League win over Serbian side Red Star Belgrade.

But the top highlight of the encounter was when the 27-year-old refused to celebrate his second goal and opted to use the moment apologise to the Everton star in a touching moment caught on camera. Son would later disclose that he staged the on-pitch gesture out of respect for Gomes because he understood “his situation.” “I didn’t want to celebrate because I wanted to respect his situation. Of course, I still feel really, really sorry about the situation,” the 27-year-old said Young girl selling groundnut gets enrolled in better school after signing graduate’s shirt “Of course, I still wish Andre Gomes gets well soon and best wishes,” Son submitted according to Balls report.

The emotional action has set social media agog with football fans across the world praising the South Korean star for his humility and his enviable sense of remorse. “Son didn’t even celebrate scoring a Champions League goal because he is more saint than human being and still feels bad about Gomes’ injury. I love him,” Samuel Army posted.

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