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Memphis Depay shows off silky skills against locals in Ghana on mud-covered pitch
Barcelona and Netherlands forward, who was eligible to play for Ghana through his father, is currently on holiday in the African nation ahead of his return to Spain for pre-season. Depay regularly visits the country during his time off and leads a number of community projects in Ghana.During his current trip, he has been filmed playing against a group of local youngsters on a grassless pitch at the Madina Astroturf park alongside fellow Dutch international footballer Quincy Promes.In a video uploaded to Twitter by Ghanaian journalist Owuraku Ampofo, Depay and Promes can be seen showing off their skills in front of a pitchside crowd.The pair, who have played together for the Netherlands at youth and senior level, both exhibit classy stepovers, flicks and turns as they keep the ball away from their opponents.Depay headed to Ghana after scoring three goals in three appearances for the Netherlands in the Nations League earlier this month.How far will Barcelona go in next season's Champions League? Let us know in the comments section below.The 28-year-old also provided an assist in his three appearances for Louis van Gaal's side, as well as wearing the captain's armband in the draw with Poland.Before his appearance at the Madina Astroturf park in Accra, Depay unveiled a newly-built bathroom and toilet for the Cape Coast school for the Deaf and Blind after arriving in Ghana.
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Listen to Polica’s emotive new single, ‘Violence’
Polica have shared a new single today (May 9) called ‘Violence’ – listen to it below.It’s taken from their new album, ‘Madness’, which arrives on June 2 via Memphis Industries. You can pre-order the album now.The latest single follows on from previously released tracks, ‘Rotting‘ and ‘Alive‘.Speaking about ‘Violence’, the band’s Channy Leaneagh said: “Along with the core members of the band, the new single ‘Violence’ brings on some of Poliça’s favourite collaborators like Velvet Negroni’s Jermey Nutzman, Boys Noize, Dustin Zahn, CJ Camererie and Aaron Baum to bring a slow-building dance-ish take on someone else’s problems.”Listen to the new track here:Madness tracklist:1. ‘Alive’ 2. ‘Violence’ 3. ‘Away’ 4. ‘Madness’ 5. ‘Blood’ 6. ‘Fountain’ 7. ‘Sweet Memz’The new album is described as “something of a companion piece” to 2020’s ‘When We Stay Alive’ after Channy “realised the power in restructuring her inner self” following a debilitating accident.A statement added that the songs on the new 7 track, 31-minute release also “represent a potential endpoint to the first phase of POLIÇA’s existence.”The album was mostly recorded between 2020 and 2021 in Ryan Olson’s Minneapolis studio and was partially created by anthropomorphic production tool “AllOvers(c)”, which was designed by Olson and fellow producer and sound-artist Seth Rosetter.According to vocalist Channy Leaneagh, the lyrics across ‘Madness’ represent the idea that “I am here for you all and I am never truly myself here.