Manchester United substitute goalkeeper Sergio Romero was involved in a horrific car crash with his Lamborghini on his way to the club’s training ground this morning. 32-year-old Romero has served as a back-up for David de Gea since arriving at Manchester United in 2015 under the management of Louis van Gaal.
Known as a reliable understudy and a key figure for the Argentina national team with 96 senior caps, the shot-stopper made headlines in the United Kingdom this morning.
Pictures and videos went viral on social media of Romero after he crashed his Lamborghini worth a reported £170,000 (R3.2 million) and he miraculously remained unharmed from the incident.
The accident that resulted in Romero’s car underneath the roadside barriers is believed to have taken place near the club’s Carrington training base.
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More to follow on his condition….
In Other News – Prophet turns water into wine
Prophet turns water into wine. According to eyewitnesses, DD Isaac poured water into a glass and after “ministration” the water turned into a wine like substance. Controversial Zambian International Prophet DD Isaac is reported to have caused a stir at his Holy Ghost Embassy church on Sunday when he allegedly turned water into wine.
While it is acknowledged that Jesus turned water into wine it is not recorded anywhere else that a human being has been able to accomplish the same feat. This incident left congregants baffled as to whether this was really a miracle or a scam.
South Africa based religious analyst Shephard Ben Abraham said the miracle of turning water into wine is being used by alcohol consumers to justify their acts.
“While there is nothing wrong with miracles, these kind of miracles of turning water into wine are fueling reckless drinking,” Shephard said. “I would advise pastors to desist from this kind of miracles for the sake of society.” continue reading