FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Chelsea star Jorginho broke up a four-year romance after he was caught sending suggestive texts to a hospitality girl at the club, we can reveal. The dad of two, 28, asked Elisa Scalcon, 26, what type of sex she enjoyed during an exchange of messages after befriending her at the Premier League outfit. Chelsea ace Jorginho has been blamed for breaking up a four-year relationship after sending suggestive messages to a hospitality girl at the club Shocked boyfriend Aaron Hughes, 25, read them just hours before a holiday to Sri Lanka on which he planned to propose to former pole dancer Elisa. He said: “Jorginho ruined my relationship. I can’t believe the guy’s nerve.” The revelation comes just days after it emerged that The Voice star Catherine Harding was expecting £57million midfielder Jorginho’s baby. Aaron said Elisa, who is half-Italian and half-Sri Lankan, met Brazilian Jorginho shortly after starting work at the Chelsea ground. Her boyfriend Aaron Hughes, 25, read them just hours before a holiday on which he had planned to propose He had joined the club from Napoli in Italy in 2018. As they both spoke Italian she was ask As they both spoke Italian she was asked to translate for him and the pair immediately hit it off. Arsenal fan Aaron said: “She started talking about Jorginho more and more. I began to get suspicious. “‘She sounded very starstruck. It started to wind me up. When she said she was going on the club tour to Japan last summer, I said I was worried about how close she was getting to him. “When she came back, I asked her if anything happened and she said no. At this point I hadn’t seen the messages. That was to come a few weeks later.” ‘MY WORLD FELL APART’ Project manager Aaron suffered the hammer blow last September, the night before the couple flew to Sri Lanka. Aaron says Jorginho ruined his and Elisa’s relationship and that he ‘can’t believe the guy’s nerve’ He said Elisa, who works in the exclusive lounges at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge stadium, was “acting strange” after returning from a night out with friends. She locked herself in their bathroom and told him to “go away”. He said: “I went back to bed and her iPad was pinging away. I went to switch it off. That’s when my world fell apart. “I saw a load of messages between her and Jorginho. They were live texting right in front of me via Instagram. It comes days after it emerged that The Voice star Catherine Harding was expecting £57million midfielder Jorginho’s baby “I scrolled back and there were messages from him asking her to go to his hotel room in Japan and lots of other stuff.” In one message, Jorginho asked Elisa in Italian if she “preferred wild sex or romantic sex’’. She texted back “wild’’ and he replied “good’’. In another, he joked about wanting to see her “drunk’’ and she told him “you will, you will”. In a third, she asked him if he liked “red roses or yellow roses’’ and he replied “Red, why?’’. She told him: “I have a red rose tattoo on my shoulder.’’ Aaron said he took screenshots of some texts, went to the bathroom and demanded: ‘What the f*** is going on?’ He added: “She came out crying and said it wasn’t what I thought and begged me not to do anything. “I didn’t know what to do — we were supposed to be going on holiday the next day. I was thinking of proposing. “It was too late to cancel so we went and it was the worst two weeks of my life. We barely spoke and the atmosphere was horrible. “When we got back, she said should we give it another go. I just said I couldn’t trust her and we split up.’’ Aaron, who met Elisa at Portsmouth University, went on: “How could I trust her? She betrayed me horribly and then lied about it. Aaron says Jorginho ruined his and Elisa’s relationship and that he ‘can’t believe the guy’s nerve’ Read Also: Barcelona not ready to pay €111m release clause for Inter star “I was gutted when I found out. I couldn’t believe it. I was besotted with Elisa. I was going to take our relationship to the next level.” Jorginho, who has scored nine times for Chelsea, married Natalia Leteri three years ago in a church ceremony in their native Brazil. They had met in 2008 when he played in Italy for Verona. Loading… Promoted ContentGreat Entertainer Became A Milestone In The History Of Censorship14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her GrandsonTop 10 Disney Male Role Models7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made8 Shows That Went From “Funny” To “Why Am I Watching This”6 Unforgettable Shows From The 90s That Need To Make A Comeback2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year
Nine people are dead after a small airplane crashed in Hawaii, Friday evening.The twin-engine King Air plane was used in skydiving, according to authorities.Honolulu fire officials say the aircraft went down near Dillingham Airfield on Oahu’s north shore and then burst into flames.The fire chief later reported that no one aboard the aircraft survived.The crash is being called one of the deadliest for a civilian airplane in Hawaii history.An investigation is ongoing.
BUCKSPORT — Little League coaches from across the state had plenty of great things to say about Bucksport, which hosted the Maine Little League championships for ages 10 and 11 earlier this month.In particular, coaches praised Bucksport Little League President Jon Goss for making visiting teams feel welcome, and for encouraging a sportsmanlike atmosphere.“I just can’t imagine someone doing a better job than Jon,” said Kirk Purvis, coach of the Saco team, which won the championship this year. “The tone he set from minute one was a very positive one, and that continued on through the five days we were there.”Each of the six teams competing had about a dozen players, and Purvis said Goss learned the names of all of the kids on his team. But Goss didn’t stop with the players.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text“He even went behind the fence to talk to the fans and parents there,” Purvis said. “It was just really impressive to be that invested in a volunteer position.”After each game, Goss encouraged teams to award pins to players on the other team for their teamwork and effort.“His point was not that it was always the best player on the other team,” Purvis said. “It was the kid that made an effort to support his teammates, the kid that showed the most hustle. His attitude with Little League is one that I wish everybody had.”Ellsworth’s coach, Michael Boles, appreciated that attitude after his team lost 34-0 in the first game and 17-0 in the second. Boles said his players drew a tough bracket, facing off against Scarborough and Saco, the teams that would eventually play each other in the championship game.After one of the games, Goss made a point to commend Ellsworth for playing well despite all odds.“Jon umpired one of our games, and he came right over and told the kids, ‘I just wanted to tell you guys I was very impressed that you kept fighting,’” Boles said. “None of the kids cried or whined; they played hard and supported each other.”Goss said sportsmanship was the number one concern throughout the tournament.“From day one, we wanted a positive atmosphere where the ideals of Little League baseball would be upheld,” he said.Coaches also commended Bucksport’s snack shack, which served up a refreshing variety of sandwiches, drinks and desserts.“When you’re living on the field, you can eat only so many hamburgers,” said Chad Blanchette, the coach of Scarborough’s team. “But they brought out potato salad, lobster rolls, homemade whoopie pies and an ice cream truck on the last day.”Like everything else in Little League, the snack shack was run by volunteers. Goss gave a shout-out to all the volunteers who ran the snack shack, did parking control, managed the score tower and watered the field.“The Fire Department put close to 20,000 gallons of water on the outfield to soften it up,” Goss said, adding that the lack of rain that week would have left the field dangerously dry for play. “Volunteerism is the backbone of all youth sports.”Coaches said they also had a great time off the field. They ate at House of Pizza and Wahl’s Dairy Port and visited Fort Knox and also checked out the Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory. Goss sought to encourage that kind of behavior by putting coupons and area maps in gift bags for each player.“I was really trying to get them to see what our town had to offer,” he said.Clearly, it made an impression on the teams that came to play.“They’re always nice over there,” Boles said. “They take great pride in their baseball, and they offer a top-notch experience for the kids.” Book features Mother Nature’s toughest creatures – February 7, 2018 Charlotte Clews teaches the restorative power of movement – February 15, 2018 Latest Posts Bio Latest posts by David Roza (see all) David RozaDavid grew up in Washington County, Maryland, has reported in Washington County, Oregon, and now covers news in Hancock County and Washington County, Maine for The American and Out & About. Beer-brewing friars to open taproom – February 1, 2018 read more
Alright Packer fans, time for a team meeting. Yeah, most of us probably don’t live in Green Bay and aren’t stockholders, so we don’t actually own the team. But I asked my stockholder buddy if I could say ‘we,’ and he said it’s okay since they robbed Milwaukee of its home games back in the day. First order of business: Ted ThompsonAnyone who hadn’t heard of the guy before the offseason probably thought his official title was “that idiot.” So after all those months of going after him, let’s give the guy some props. Yeah, we don’t have Randy Moss, but we’re far enough under the cap to ensure a prosperous post-Favre era and the team is 6-1. The Greg Jennings/James Jones gamble paid off, and now we’ve got two cheap, highly productive receivers. (Yeah, I know. Dave Clowney was a bust, but who knew he couldn’t carry his pads?) I’ll be the first to criticize his lackluster management of the Seahawks once they became a decent team, so we’ll have to see if he’s willing to let the Packers take the next step. For now, though, in the words of John Madden circa the 93′ edition of his game, “Now that’s the way to catch a ball in a crowd.”Next on the agenda: The run gameI’ll admit, before the season I was actually excited about it. We saw flashes of greatness from Vernand Morency last year, looking like Ahman 2.0 at times. But now that he’s essentially healthy and was behind DeShawn Wynn on the depth chart before the Broncos game, it’s clear both Coach McCarthy and I were fairly desperate. First, it was Brandon Jackson, a selection that I can’t understand to this day. Anyone who watched Nebraska games last year could see that this guy is physically talented, but couldn’t run his way out of a paper bag equipped with runway lights, a compass and OnStar. Here’s the standard play-by-play for a Brandon Jackson run: “Favre hands to Jackson, he accelerates into his own offensive lineman, he churns his legs and doesn’t change direction. … Can someone make sure I’m not watching a video game? And he goes down. It’s a one-yard gain.” But to be fair, it’s hard to find the hole when you run with your eyes closed.Then we saw some brilliance from Wynn. He’s certainly a competent back, and if he can ever stay healthy (something Florida fans would chuckle at) he could be a 1,000-yard back in this league. Still, from memories of his college days and what we’ve seen so far, he doesn’t have great eyes. Nonetheless, the potential is there. Finally, Monday night we saw Ryan Grant. Since we spared him from the Giants’ practice squad, he’s run hard and reaches full speed in two steps. As an added bonus (for this year’s group anyway), he runs toward the hole rather than that orange spot in the back of his eyelids. Still, he’s not a 22-carry per game guy yet. By the end of Monday night’s game, he had lost more than a step. Ideally, he’s a spell-back, but who knows? The pressure of being No. 1 might force him to step up and become a Dorsey Levens-type back. Overall, the zone-blocking scheme hasn’t worked well so far — it’s full of holes and everything develops way too slowly, sort of like an episode of “Weeds”. But hey, we shouldn’t lose hope for the playoffs just because the run game will likely be inconsistent. Just look back to Monday night’s game plan — passes and deceptive runs. Against the Broncos, everyone expected the Pack to come out running, and Coach McCarthy successfully deluded the media and his opponents, opening the game with pass after pass. Although it didn’t exactly work in the first drive, it left the Broncos D off-balance for the rest of the night.Another point of order: The defensive line The line is the ultimate vindication of former head coach Mike Sherman’s vision for the team. These guys are quite simply amazing. Make no mistake about it, the defensive line is the reason the Packers are 6-1. It’s the same risky defensive scheme as previous years, with the exception of timely up-the-middle pressure. There’s about a dozen of these guys and first-round selection Justin Harrell is rarely one of them. He may be a Ted Thompson bomb, but who knows? Now that he sees himself at the end of the depth cart, Harrell might show up to camp next year in NFL shape. Plus, talk to most Tennessee fans, and they’ll tell you how tenacious he can be in the middle.Finally: The playoffsLet’s face it; this is the NFC. We don’t have two nearly unbeatable teams to worry about. The Packers can get through to the Super Bowl if they minimize mistakes and win a toss-up game against the Cowboys. Sure, the only thing on the line may be the privilege to get torn apart by the Colts or Patriots, but the game is only played once, and stranger things have happened. Bassey Etim has officially adjourned this meeting. Additional points of preference can be sent to [email protected] If you still think Vernand Morency can be a pro -bowler someday, please give me some hope. read more