Miss BumBum legend Suzy Cortez snubs Lionel Messi as she flaunts award-winning rump in David Beckham Inter Miami shirt – The Sun

MISS BUMBUM Suzy Cortez has snubbed her hero Lionel Messi in favour of showing off her curves in a David Beckham shirt.

The self-proclaimed Barcelona fan has been less than subtle in showing off her love for the Argentine magician in the past.


So much so that she even got his face tattooed near her groin and was blocked after bombarding him was saucy pictures on social media.

And now it appears she is taking her obsession elsewhere following the launch of Beckham's MLS franchise Inter Miami.

The American side lost both of their opening fixtures before the coronavirus pandemic brought football to a halt.

But their ropey results haven't stopped Cortez from stripping off to pose in an Inter Miami shirt with a matching pink thong.

The Brazilian even promised Golden Balls that she was going to visit their new stadium once lockdown is over and football in the MLS is back.

Alongside a string of pictures leaving little to the imagination, she said: "Everyone knows that I love football and now in the city they have the best MLS team.

"As soon as I get to the USA, I'm going to visit the stadium, but I'm looking forward to seeing the beautiful Miami Freedom Park too.

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"Congratulations to the best English player David Beckham for everything he is doing for football in the United States!

"I'm sure Inter Miami CF will be the MLS champion in the 2020/2021 season."

Suzy's eye-popping assets helped her again beat out rumpy beauties from around the world as she became a two-time winner of the coveted Miss BumBum title last year, adding to her 2015 crown.



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Rock ’n’ roll legend Little Richard dead at 87

Rock ‘n’ roll pioneer Little Richard died Saturday morning in his Nashville home at the age of 87, the artist’s son Danny Penniman confirmed to Rolling Stone.

His cause of death is currently unknown.

Considered a founding father of rock ‘n’ roll, Little Richard — born Richard Wayne Penniman in 1932 — landed his first record deal with RCA in 1951. He quickly soared to fame with hits such as “Tutti Frutti,” “Long Tall Sally,” “Rip It Up,” “Lucille” and “Good Golly Miss Molly.”

Known for his eccentric style, gospel-influenced vocals and high-energy piano riffs, he was one of the 10 original inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986 and was honored at the 1993 Grammys with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Liverpool legend Xabi Alonso ‘under consideration’ to become new Man City No2 alongside Pep to replace Arteta – The Sun

LIVERPOOL legend Xabi Alonso is reportedly "under consideration" to become the new Manchester City No2 alongside Pep Guardiola to replace Mikel Arteta.

City are set to appoint a new assistant coach this summer after Arteta landed the head coach role at Arsenal in December.

According to Goal, the former midfield maestro is first in line to become Guardiola's new assistant.

The Spain ace was coached by the City boss at Bayern Munich between 2014 and 2016, during which time the German club won two league titles and the DFB-Pokal.

The 38-year-old is currently in charge of Real Sociedad's B side, who are in fifth place in the Spanish third division and he has experience leading Real Madrid's Under-14 team.

Alonso visited City's training ground in 2018 to learn about the club's coaching methods and the Etihad boss backed the Spaniard to become a top manager following his retirement.

In 2017 Pep said: "I was so lucky to have him in Munich.

“He’ll come back as a manager – whenever he wants. And he’ll be good."

Alonso enjoyed a stellar career since breaking into the Real Sociedad side back in 2000.

He told the Athletic last year:  "I was so curious to find out (Guardiola's) secrets.

"He has a relentless natural enthusiasm. Football seasons are long but right until the very end, Pep never seemed to be tired.

"He was alert, always ready. For the players, maybe this gave us an extra few metres in our legs when it mattered most."

Rodolfo Borrell, who is already part of City's coaching staff, has been touted for the top job, but it seems the club would prefer to look for an external appointment.

Other possible options include club legend David Silva and Andres Iniesta, but both are still playing so are unlikely to be swayed into the dug-out just yet.

Alonso hung up his boots when his Bayern contract ended in the summer of 2017.

Alongside a picture of him waving, Alonso wrote on his Twitter account: “Lived it. Loved it. Farewell beautiful game."

 

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Norman Hunter: Leeds legend ‘fighting coronavirus hard’ but ‘severely unwell’

Ex-Leeds United and England defender Norman Hunter remains “severely unwell” in hospital with coronavirus but is “fighting incredibly hard”.

The 76-year-old, who played 726 games in 15 years at Elland Road, was admitted with Covid-19 last week.

He was a member of Sir Alf Ramsey’s England squad for the 1966 World Cup and went on to win 28 caps in total.

“His family would like to thank all Leeds fans for their amazing messages and well wishes,” the club said.

“They would also like to say a huge thank you to the NHS doctors and nurses who continue to do an amazing job 24 hours a day for Norman and all of those currently in their care.

“As a club, we would also like to thank our fans, the wider football community and the media for respecting the wishes of privacy from the family at this time.

“We will continue to provide regular updates in the coming days.”

Hunter’s reputation as a fearsome tackler was borne out by his nickname ‘Bites yer legs’.

He formed a strong partnership with Jack Charlton at the back for Leeds, also adding European silverware in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, an FA Cup and a League Cup to his and the club’s haul.

Only three Leeds players – Charlton, Billy Bremner and Paul Reaney – have made more appearances for the Whites.

Hunter also played for Bristol City and Barnsley, and then managed the Tykes along with Rotherham United.

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