Solheim Cup: Lexi Thompson not happy with caddie at Gleneagles

Lexi Thompson needed a harsh rebuke for her caddie after being startled by him yelling»fore» during the Saturday fourballs in the Solheim Cup.
If they came in the drivable par-four 14th on the tee, at which Thompson believed she could reach with a long-iron Team and thompson USA spouse Marina Alex were one down to Caroline Masson along with Jodi Ewart Shadoff.
But the world No 3 blocked her tee-shot to the right, prompting her caddie, Benji Thompson (no relation), to bellow the conventional shout of»fore» to frighten the spectators close to the green.
Lexi, though, was taken aback by the volume of the shout since she felt nobody was at risk of being struck and hurt, and that she glared angrily at her bagman before stating:»Jesus, it was not that bad!»
Thompson’s mood raised when her rookie playing partner matched the birdie of Ewart Shadoff to avoid the group from going two up to play.
Watch the video over to see Lexi Thompson having harsh words to her caddie at the Ryder Cup…

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Yannick Bolasie rejected CSKA Moscow transfer over racism fears

While playing in Russia yannick Bolasie turned down a summer trip to CSKA Moscow over dread of racist abuse.
Everton agreed a loan agreement .
In an tweet, the 30-year-old Democratic Republic of Congo global suggested he’d turned down the deal due to the remedy received by Brazilian winger Malcom, whose move into Zenit Saint Petersburg last month has been greeted by banners which read:’the lack of black players will be an important convention’.
Before Monday’s European transfer window shut, Bolasie was asked when he was joining CSKA, but stated:’Nah g not on this Malcom remedy’.
Even with the preference for a permanent transport of Everton, the club agreed to Sporting Lisbon.
Romelu Lukaku submitted a lengthy message on interpersonal media after he was exposed to monkey chants on Sunday, and Chelsea striker Demba Ba has submitted on Twitter, advocating players to depart Serie A.

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David de Gea not irreplaceable at Man Utd, says Edwin van der Sar

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar has cautioned David de Gea that he isn’t irreplaceable in the club.
De Gea will be free to input talks with clubs from abroad from January 1 and will be out of charge at Old Trafford at the end of the season.
Sky Sports News comprehends the Spain’keeper has been in discussions over a new deal with United on the summer and was offered involving #350,000 and #375,000 per week to stay at Old Trafford.
Van der Sar claims if he decides to leave on a free transfer, that the 28-year-old can be substituted despite being named as the club’s player of the year on four events.
«The conclusion needs to come at a specific point,» he said.
«It takes a very long time now, so it is a case of’yes’ or’no’, but I am not a director of United.
«Additional goalkeepers can also fill out the gap. There are a Premier League goalkeepers playing in the club who will even take the step up.
«I was 34 when I went to United. So there are plenty of opportunities .»
Van der Sar revealed his dedication to his position as chief executive of Ajax amid rumours linking him as director on United.
«I’m enjoying my time in Ajax. I have got another role – executive.
«I am really looking forward to bringing Ajax back to the top level – which we probably touched year – and also to make sure we receive the best opportunity to remain there.»

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