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Aston Villa brand Steven Gerrard and Ollie Watkins bust-up rumours as 'nonsense'
Aston Villa have branded rumours of a bust-up between Steven Gerrard and Ollie Watkins as "nonsense".It had been reported on Wednesday that the pair had fallen out after Watkins was left out of the starting line-up for Villa's Premier League season opener at Bournemouth on Saturday. Watkins did feature for the final 24 minutes in the 2-0 defeat after replacing Danny Ings in the second half at the Vitality Stadium.However, the club's communications director has rubbished the claims Villa are set to sell Watkins before the end of the transfer window due to his reportedly tense relationship with his manager.READ MORE: Win 2 tickets to watch England vs Germany in Nations League action at Wembley StadiumThe article in question speculating on the bust-up was quote tweeted, with the Villa communications director writing: “Absolute nonsense.” He later added: “Some of the nonsense that has been written this week…"Watkins has scored 27 goals in 77 appearances for Villa since signing from Brentford back in the summer of 2020, with nine of those goals coming in the 29 matches he has played since Gerrard's appointment in November last year.Where will Aston Villa finish in the Premier League this season? Let us know in the comments section below.Gerrard has continued to put his own stamp on the squad this summer, having added to the squad in both January and earlier in the current window.Ahead of the start of the new season, the former Rangers manager took the captain's armband from Tyrone Mings and appointed midfielder John McGinn as his new skipper.
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Germany manager's dad 'suffered heart attack in stadium' during England's iconic 5-1 win
2-0 victory over Germany at Euro 2020 that England fans could stop harking back to memories of Munich in 2001 for a pick-me-up.The Three Lions' emphatic 5-1 victory that day stunned everybody, not least England's fans who'd seen their side beaten by the Germans a whopping 11 times since '66, and such was the shock inside the Olympic Stadium that the father of Germany boss Rudi Voller had a heart attack at half-time.For those perhaps too young (or too drunk at the time) to remember, Carsten Jancker had given Germany the lead inside five minutes, but what followed was one of the most uncharacteristically brilliant fightbacks in English football history.Michael Owen bagged a hattrick, Steven Gerrard blasted one in from long-range and Emile Heskey completed the rout late on as England steamrolled over their greatest rivals, less than a year after being sunk by Germany during the last match ever at the old Wembley.England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson - who had only been in the job a few months - was suddenly being pedestalled alongside Winston Churchill and Admiral Nelson with fans immediately convinced of victory at the following year's World Cup - not that they ever need much encouragement.Which was better - England 2-0 Germany at Euro 2020, or Germany 1-5 England in 2001? Let us know what you think in the comments section.Meanwhile, morale inside Germany's dressing room plunged to an all-time low and legendary goalkeeper Oliver Khan later admitted he feared the despairing squad wouldn't be able to bounce back before Japan and South Korea.How typically German of them to then go and reach the World Cup final while England were knocked out in the quarters.
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Coleen Rooney 'confident' of Rebekah Vardy trial win as she enjoys family time abroad
A post shared by Wayne Rooney (@waynerooney)"She has told friends she will be vindicated and she feels relieved that her truth is out there."This whole saga has been very painful."She isn't counting her chickens as she knows the ultimate decision lies with the judge – but she's adamant she has told the truth throughout and that justice will prevail," they told the Sunday Mirror.Last week, the couple skipped the last day of the trial to jet off for the family break.Rebekah Vardy arrived at the High Court alone.At the time, an insider explained that the couple thought the case would be over and didn't want to disappoint their four sons."It’s been a long and gruelling process for both Wayne and Coleen and they didn’t want to disappoint their children," the source claimed to MailOnline.Rebekah arrived on the last day of the trial at 10am without her husband Jamie, as he was playing for Leicester City in their game against Chelsea.Rebekah is suing Coleen for libel after the mother of four accused her of leaking information from her private Instagram account to The Sun.After sharing the sun-soaked family holiday pic, fans of the former footballer flocked to the post to comment.Former Emmerdale star Kelvin Fletcher liked the sweet snap, while Steven Gerrard left two heart emojis.Footballing star Philip Nevile did the same, which broadcaster Ian Wright left a heart face.Coleen has maintained her silence throughout the court case, posting on Instagram to pay tribute to her mum on her birthday.She shared an adorable picture with her mum for her birthday in view of her 925,000 Instagram followers.Coleen captioned the picture: “Happy Birthday to an extremely special person, My Mum.“Have the best time celebrating, I love you so much
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Liam Gallagher's funniest digs at Noel after calling him an 'a**elicker'
Noel Gallagher are the warring rock and roll star brothers whose bitter rivalry has been reignited once again after the younger sibling had a new dig at him.Liam, 49, sparked the bitter feud with his older brother after calling him "an a**e licker".The rock star made the swipe on Twitter after it was suggested that Noel, 54, had more talent than him during their time in Oasis.Liam had taken to Twitter to take shots at ex-footballers Jamie Carragher and Steven Gerrard while celebrating Man City edging out Liverpool for the Premier League title on Sunday (May 22).As numerous Liverpool fans rushed to defend the former England player, one wrote: "Noel had the talent."Liam, 49, replied by tweeting: "As an a**e licker."The brothers formed Oasis, which originally also consisted of Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs, Paul McGuigan and Tony McCarroll, in Manchester in 1991.Liam and Noel have barely spoken to each other directly since Oasis split in 2009 when they had a bust-up before a gig in France.But Liam has regularly taken a pop at his brother in interviews and on social media with witty one-liners.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up for one of our newsletters here .Back in 2016 Liam had tweeted "Potato" to accompany a side-profile shot of Noel, giving his brother a new nickname that ended up sticking.He then posted a grumpy-looking picture of Noel “Pouting Potato” and has used "Potato" to describe him several times since.In 2017, Liam also had a pop at his brother employing a professional scissors player on stage.Speaking on BBC Radio 1 he said: "I’m gonna have someone sharpening a pencil at my gig. It’s gonna proper blow people’s minds."I find that a bit strange—the scissor thing.

Steven George Gerrard MBE (born 30 May 1980) is an English professional football manager and former player who manages Scottish Premiership club Rangers.

He spent the majority of his playing career as a central midfielder for Liverpool, with most of that time spent as club captain, as well as captaining the England national team. Widely regarded as one of the greatest midfielders of all time,

Gerrard was awarded the UEFA Club Footballer of the Year award in 2005, and the Ballon d'Or Bronze Award. In 2009, Zinedine Zidane and Pelé said that they considered Gerrard to be the best footballer in the world.