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Liam Payne 'never kicked a football in his life' before joining Soccer Aid
Video: Liam Payne 'never kicked a football in his life' before joining Soccer Aid (Evening Standard)Jurgen Klopp’s pride is tinged with disappointment after final day dramaRangnick questions team spirit after United defeat in final gameJurgen Klopp not even contemplating dramatic triumph in title raceRory McIlroy was pretty sure Saudi-backed breakaway would not happenFrank Lampard addresses Everton pitch invasions following Patrick Vieira confrontation with fanThomas Tuchel highlights Chelsea ‘miracle’Jurgen Klopp likens Liverpool squad strength to having ‘Ferraris in the garage’Jurgen Klopp rules out Mohamed Salah and Virgil Van Dijk for Southampton gameAntonio Conte keen to watch Arsenal’s game in top four scrapMikel Arteta 'looking forward' following Tottenham defeatMark Noble ready for emotional Hammers send-off but says focus must be on pointsKlopp: UEFA should take more of Champions League fund and scrap Nations LeagueAmir Khan announces his retirement from boxingPep Guardiola praises Kevin De Bruyne for scoring four goals against WolvesFloyd Mayweather returns to the boxing ring this weekendChelsea’s Mateo Kovacic set to miss FA Cup final after Dan James challengeLiam's journey from complete novice to soccer captain involved "three months" of training, and he said: "Jumping into football is like a role for me that I get to play for a certain amount of months. "I put my a*s into everything that I do.
MTV Movie and TV Awards 2022: Viewers fume as Jackass star ‘pecks python’ on stage after winning best kiss award: ‘I am so glad that thing did not bite me’
Jackass stunt took home the best kiss award at the MTV Movie and TV Awards 2022 – with Poopies giving a huge snake a peck on stage.Yes, seriously.The big screen stunt – which was unveiled in the gang’s latest big film, Jackass Forever – was honored at this year’s ceremony, which was hosted at the Barker Hangar in LA.It included the stuntman taking part in The Quiet Game, where he attempted to kiss a snake without making a sound.The scene was victorious against Emily in Paris stars Lily Collins and Lucien Laviscount, Robert Pattinson and Zoë Kravitz in The Batman, Hunter Schafer and Dominic Fike in Euphoria, and Tom Holland and Zendaya in Spider-Man.Heading to the stage to accept the gong, Poopies joked that he had ‘split’ from that particular snake, before a team of animal wranglers carried a much bigger python on to the stage.He then lent in for a peck, with the snake attempting to move away – leaving the star-studded audience confused and terrified in equal measures.Before leaving the stage, he quipped: ‘I am so glad that thing did not bite me.’Those watching on from home were divided over the scenes, questioning why the snake had been taken out on stage.‘That poor snake. Just for a flipping laugh for one of those Jackass morons. #MTVAwards,’ one fumed.Another noted: ‘That’s a big freaken snake  #MTVAwards [sic].’‘AIN’T NO WAY IN HELL THEY GOT A REAL SNAKE UP IN THIS B***H #MTVAwards,’ a Twitter user said.A follower commented: ‘I hate that they brought out the snake for that BS.
Soccer Aid 2022: Liam Payne captains England as Martin Compston, Lucien Laviscount and more sign up
Liam Payne will captain England during this year’s Soccer Aid football match as Robbie Williams performs Angels for 60,000 fans at half-time.The former One Direction singer will lead out the Three Lions as the world’s biggest celebrity football match returns in June to raise money for the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef).The match between England and the Soccer Aid World XI will feature a variety of recognisable faces including debuts from Alex Brooker, Lucien Laviscount and Arsène Wenger.Liam, 28, said: ‘It doesn’t get much better than captaining England in Soccer Aid while fundraising for Unicef.‘I can’t believe I get to run out onto the pitch with some of my heroes all while raising money for such a great cause. To be given the captain’s armband is a real honour and I’m determined to lead us to victory!’Soccer Aid 2022 will see the return of Usain Bolt as captain of Soccer Aid World XI FC, with the Jamaican back in London 10 years on from his gold medal wins at London 2012.Martin Compston, Mo Gilligan, Harry Redknapp, Gary Neville, Fara Williams, Chunkz and Dermot O’Leary will also make their return to the pitch.Maya Jama and Alex Scott will once again present the charity match, which will take place at the London Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford.During half-time Soccer Aid co-creator Williams, 48, will perform his 1997 hit ballad Angels.He added: ‘I already know that it is going to be one of the most special nights of my career – and I want as many of you as possible to be part of it.