Model Kelly Brook has denied claims she is angry with boyfriend Danny Cipriani after a pub crawl ended with him being hit by a bus – saying she is his “loving nurse”.
The 33-year-old posted a clip on the video sharing website Keek, in which she described how she was “nurturing” the rugby star back to health and refuted rumours that she had given him a “final warning” over his partying.
In the video, she said: “I just want to set the record straight.
“I am not angry with him; I haven’t given him an ultimatum.
Mario Balotelli says falling in love with new girlfriend Fanny Neguesha has helped him settle down following his move to AC Milan.
“Am I in love? Yes,” said Balotelli of Neguesha, whom he met last year. “She is determined, confident and generous. In a short space of time she found herself in sync with me. I could spend my whole life with someone like this. Thanks to Fanny I have rediscovered the balance that I need in my work.
Balotelli also spoke about his break-up with former girlfriend Raffaella Fico and their daughter Pia.
Fico claims Balotelli has not seen Pia since she was born in December and he said: “If it has happened so far, it is not my fault.
“I am not a nasty person. In fact, at times I am too naively good-natured. I would like to meet her and really hope she is my daughter.”
Chelsea’s John Terry has been banned for three matches for his dismissal in the Champions League semi-final.
UEFA have confirmed the Blues captain will miss Chelsea’s next two European matches following his red card in the semi-final second leg against Barcelona.
The defender sat out Chelsea’s victory over Bayern Munich in the final, as he served a mandatory one-match ban. UEFA’s disciplinary panel added two more games to the suspension, after ruling Terry was guilty of violent conduct when he struck his knee into the back of Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez in the April 24 clash.
The centre-back is now ineligible for the Super Cup match against Europa League winners Atletico Madrid in August, as well as Chelsea’s first Champions League group-stage game in September. Terry and Chelsea have three days to decide whether to appeal against the decision.
Meanwhile, midfielder Juan Mata has vowed to improve next season despite shining for the Blues since joining the club last summer.
Mata, 24, moved to Stamford Bridge from Valencia last year and was a pivotal part of the side which ended the season with success in both the FA Cup and Champions League under interim manager Roberto Di Matteo.
He said: “My focus is to continue improving. I am young as a footballer and I have to improve my game and my statistics over the next year, this is what I will try to do. You cannot rest on what you have achieved, you must look to the future and hope for more success.”
He said: “Lifting the Champions League was an unbelievable experience – the biggest club trophy you can win – and, for me, winning the Player of the Year trophy makes me feel very happy, proud and grateful.” According to, The London Standard.