Read up “Gabriela Cavallin’s lawyer leaves Antony case for ‘personal reasons'” Gabriela Cavallin’s attorney has withdrawn from her complaint against Antony, a player for Manchester United.

When they were together, the DJ and influencer claims the Brazilian foreigner mistreated her physically and psychologically.

She is currently in the UK to pursue her case after claiming that Antony caused her harm. However, Vanessa Souza, her attorney, has backed out.

“I quit the case for personal reasons, but I prefer not to comment on details,” Souza stated in an interview with Metropoles.

After a brief suspension, Antony has continued to assert his innocence and is back in the Man United training program.

Gabriela Cavallin's lawyer leaves Antony case for 'personal reasons' | Nigeria
Gabriela Cavallin’s lawyer leaves Antony case for ‘personal reasons’ | Nigeria

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Tottenham wins both games

No, not that double, but the Premier League has announced that Ange Postecoglou and Heung-min Son have been named the Player and Manager of the Month for September, respectively.

With this accomplishment, Postecoglou becomes the first coach in history to win consecutive titles after leading Spurs to the top spot.

Son’s play has been a major contributor to Tottenham’s success this season, which has seen them remain one of just two teams in the Premier League undefeated.

The forward had a productive game, scoring six goals, including a hat trick in a match against Burnley and two goals in a local rivalry match in north London.

Tottenham wins both games
Tottenham wins both games

Tchouameni supports Van Dijk

The most recent football player to voice concerns about the timetable is Aurelien Tchouameni, a star for Real Madrid and a France international.

According to Virgil van Dijk’s recent comments, professional football players play too many games and need protection. Tchouameni concurs wholeheartedly with the Liverpool captain.

He stated, “Obviously, we play too many matches, it’s not a surprise to anyone,” in an interview with the French media.

It is the responsibility of the authorities and the players to strike their fists on the table when this results in injuries.

We participate in 70–80 games a season. It wouldn’t be easy on our bodies to play until we were 38 or 39 years old. “There are several competitions, but not all of them are very significant.”

Tchouameni supports Van Dijk |
Tchouameni supports Van Dijk |