10 Before and After Pictures You Have to See To Believe

first_imgContent sponsored by Alure Home Improvements Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York From “Lame room.”To “Game room!”From “A room not even fit for a teddy bear…”To “A room fit for a king! (or a Ninja!)”Content sponsored by Alure Home ImprovementsFrom “A great home office… If you’re a termite!”To “Every day I toast to how awesome my home office looks!”From “Let’s go to the basement and have a drink! Filled with ice! And insulation droppings!”To “Let’s go to the basement and stay there, forever!”Content sponsored by Alure Home ImprovementsFrom “Well, at least there’s a window.”To “Who needs a stupid window?!”From “This is where we stick this hockey game.”To “This is where we watch all the hockey games!”Content sponsored by Alure Home ImprovementsFrom “Room for improvement…”To “Room for enjoyment!”From “The kids are NEVER to play down there!”To “The kids LOVE to play down there!”Content sponsored by Alure Home ImprovementsFrom “Crappy hole-in-the-wall…”To “Cool hole-in-the-wall!”From “Terrible waste of space.”To “Wonderful way to waste time!”last_img read more

CAF to consider Nigerian proposal for World Cup friendlies

first_img0Shares0000Nigeria fans cheer during the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying football match between Nigeria and Cameroon at Godswill Akpabio International Stadium in Uyo, Nigeria, on September 1, 2017ABUJA, Nigeria, Nov 11 – The Confederation of African Football will meet soon to discuss a proposal for African World Cup qualifiers to play friendlies during the FIFA window in March, a Nigerian official said Tuesday.Nigeria, Senegal, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia will be Africa’s five flag bearers at Russia next year. However, all five teams will be engaged in AFCON 2019 in the next FIFA window in March and this will be the last window before the World Cup in June in Russia.Super Eagles spokesman Toyin Ibitoye said Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) president Amaju Pinnick has proposed that the next FIFA window should now be used by the World Cup finalists to prepare for world football’s showpiece tournament.“In the few days CAF will meet to deliberate a proposal by the NFF president on using the FIFA window in March for the World Cup flag bearers to play friendly matches ahead of Russia 2018,” he said.Nigeria are slated to play against Seychelles in March 2018 in continuation of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, but would now battle a better rated team should this proposal be accepted.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more