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Nigerian Soccer Player To Sue Turkish Paper For Saying He's Older Than He Claims

Nigerian soccer star Emmanuel Emenike plans to sue the Turkish newspaper Haber Turk for alleging he’s seven years older than he claims to be. Emenike, who plays for Karabükspor in the Turkish Football Federation, states on his passport that he’s 24, but Haber Turk published a story last Wednesday that says the striker is actually 31. Emenike was none too pleased.

The Nigerian Observer reports, “A furious Emenike told BBC Sport that the story has embarrassed him and his employers, and cast a shadow over his honesty. ‘This vicious accusation will not go unpunished,’ Emenike told BBC Sport on Friday. I feel very bad about this situation and so does my agent and the president of my club. This is the same country where a journalist wrote that I came to Turkey on a boat, while another incredulously said I was starving – this time around they have gone too far.’”

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24.2 Million Watch Patriots-Packers Matchup on NBC

The final numbers are in from Nielsen, and the “Sunday Night Football” matchup between the Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots drew 24.2 million viewers. Not surprisingly it was the top program on Sunday night in total viewers and all the key demographics.

It was the 10th “SNF” game to surpass 20 million viewers this season, and the fifth most-watched “SNF” game of all time.

Not surprisingly, the top markets were Milwaukee and Boston, where the game drew over a 40 rating/60 share.