bigbrother africa wacth hotshot

Big Brother Africa is back and this
season Big Brother is bringing you the
Hotshots. Here are the videos of Big
Brother chatting with all the Big Brother
Hotshots Housemates about
going into the BBA house and what they
would secretly sneak into Africa’s most
watched house.
Watch the Videos of all 26 Hot Shots
HouseMates as they enter the Big
Brother House

Sturridge Signs New Five Year Contract For Liverpool

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has
signed a new long-term contract with the
club.
Sturridge, who has signed until the
summer of 2019, joined Liverpool in 2013
for £12m from Chelsea and has emerged
as a key member of manager Brendan
Rodgers’ first team.
He scored 36 goals in his first 50
appearances for the club, the best
goalscoring ratio in 50 matches of any
Liverpool striker in more than 100 years.
Last season Sturridge became only the
second player in Premier League history to
score in eight successive matches en route
to becoming the division’s leading English
goalscorer with 21 goals, 10 behind team-
mate Luis Suarez.
After signing his new deal Sturridge told
the club’s official website: “I am thankful
for the opportunity and that is the reason I
committed my future.
Everyone has been great with me, from the
fans to the staff to the players, so it was an
easy decision.
“There are a lot of things I’m happy with
how they’ve gone so far, but there is a lot
to come. I’ve not shown yet what I can do
– what I’m doing is just the start for me.
“I may have had some good games and
scored some goals, but literally this is the
beginning in terms of what I can show. I
don’t feel I’ve shown really what I can do
as a footballer. I am looking forward to the
hard work, the training, the games and
everything – and looking forward to the
future.
“We were so close to success last season
and it was a bitter pill to take not winning
the league, but that’s just a taster of what
the fans will get – but hopefully this time
we’ll have the trophies to show for it.
“Everyone is very obsessive in terms of
wanting success and being winners. That’s
what we are – that’s the Liverpool way.”
The 25-year-old England international has
been out injured for the last month and
this week found himself at the centre of a
club versus country row over how his
training should be managed