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DAILY SHOT – PGA TOUR HEADING OB; MEXICAN MESSI AND MORE

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PGA SEASON HEADING OUT OF BOUNDS
The remainder of the US PGA tour season is hanging by a thread as more players and caddies have tested positive for Covid-19. Big hitting Cameron Champ is the latest name to withdraw from the upcoming Travelers Championship after testing positive joining Brooks Koepka and Graeme McDowell on the sidelines after their caddies were also confirmed as having the virus.
MYTWOCENTS VERDICT: Hopefully these are isolated incidents and not the tip of the iceberg. Golf is not a contact sport and social distancing should be relatively easy, keeping the spread in check … otherwise “major” questions will gather momentum.

FIFTEEN YEAR OLD BREAKS LALIGA RECORD IN DEBUT VS REAL MADRID
Luka Romero (remember that name!) last night became the youngest ever to play in LaLiga, after making his debut in midfield … vs Real Madrid no less! Not only does the kid look like a young Lionel Messi with his dodgy haircut but apparently he also plays like him – at least has the same style of play as him.
MYTWOCENTS VERDICT: Knicknamed the “Mexican Messi” due to his Mexican heritage, Romero hopes to play for Argentina in the future through his family qualifications. Some of us were still picking our noses at 15 so good luck to him.

THAT TIME TYSON INC WERE TALKING £500MLN
Tyson Fury has suggested that a fight against his namesake … or rather who he was named after … had figures of £500mln bandied about by the Mike Tyson camp. Fury also revealed that he and Iron Mike had a Zoom chat and it was all real … until he received the actual offer which he claimed was “peanuts” particularly compared to what Iron Mike was rumoured to be getting.
MYTWOCENTS VERDICT: Sounds like one of those “too-good-to-be-true” offers while Tyson Fury has apparently moved on from that proposed fight.

Written by johnnyrocket

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