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8 Premier League flops you forgot played in Turkey as Cenk Tosun finally leaves Everton

Premier League history following his Everton departure.The striker scored just 11 goals in 61 appearances in the four-and-a-half years since his January 2018 transfer, which cost the Toffees a painful £27million. And he has now re-joined former side Besiktas on a free after his contract at Goodison Park expired.Tosun is one of several players to have totally flopped in the English top flight and also have played in Turkey.
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Stunning Turkish actress Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu set to enter Love Island villa this June
Love Island villa this summer.The beauty has previously featured in Turkish TV series Kuzey Yildiz and now splits her time between London and Istanbul.While Ekin-Su isn't as well-known in the UK as she is in her native country, producers of the ITV2 hit show thought she'd be the perfect contestant to get pulses racing, The Sun reports.She has already amassed a host of British male celebrity fans, with her 345,000-strong Instagram following including TOWIE's Pete Wicks and James Locke, entrepreneur Wayne Lineker and Piers Morgan's son Spencer.A source close to the show said: “Ekin-Su is the perfect contestant to get viewers tuning in this summer."Not only is she beautiful, she’s also used to being on TV and moves in showbiz circles so she’s sure to bring fireworks."She’ll have no shortage of guys after her in the villa, that’s for sure.”The Sun has also previously revealed some of the other contestants that will be included in the show's lineup, including beautician Sophie Draper, who once dated Aston Villa right-back Matty Cash.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.An insider previously said: “Love Island is coming back with a bang and it will begin on the second full week in June.“The schedules are being put together now and fans can expect a long, hot summer of fun from the villa from June 6.“Filming for the promotional adverts is beginning in the next couple of weeks and the ads will start in May.“This series is going to be the longest ever and it’s from a brand new location so it’s all very exciting.”
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'Hit the floor' Countdown’s Nick Hewer, 78, addresses sudden 'fall' amid Pilgrimage debut
The Apprentice star, 78, admitted he felt he “deserved a little more dignity” at his age when camera crew would film him waking up.It comes as BBC2’s show Pilgrimage is back, and this time, a group of celebrities will be seen retracing the steps of St Columba, a sixth-century Irish monk who spread Christianity from Ireland to pagan Scotland.Business pro Nick is one of the stars taking part in the journey, but he admitted that it wasn’t always easy. One part of the trip that Nick found particularly troublesome was the rough sleeping arrangements. “Sleeping on the floor was a bore,” he admitted. “And the camera crew always want to film you waking up. “I think a 77-year-old deserves a little more dignity! “One night – as I was standing on my air mattress in the dark, half-cut – my foot got caught in my sleeping bag and I fell and hit the floor. “Let’s just say I slipped on the slopes of Glenfiddich,” he concluded.Previous seasons of the show have seen stars of various faiths travel to Santiago de Compostela, Rome and, most recently, Istanbul. However, Covid restrictions scuppered any hopes of finding an exotic location for the show's next backpacking adventure.Instead, the celebs travelled from Donegal to the Scottish island of Iona, where St Columba established a monastic community in AD 563.The stars saw many areas of natural beauty along the way, including the Giant’s Causeway, the Mull of Kintyre and the Outer Hebrides.Nick is a self-confessed lapsed Catholic, who hasn’t kept his faith despite being sent off to a Jesuit boarding school at the age of 11. The former Apprentice star was willing to have in-depth discussions about religion, however, which is a large part of the programme. Another concern for Nick during
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