An emotional Usain Bolt served as a pallbearer at the funeral of former Team GB athlete, Germaine Mason, who was farewelled in Jamaica on Sunday. Mason, who won a silver for Great Britain at the Beijing Olympics in August 2008, died after crashing his motorcycle in Jamaica on April 20, while returning home from a party along with Bolt and fellow sprinter Michael Frater. Jamaica’s The Gleaner reported that Mason’s cousin, Eric Cyrus Junior, delivered the eulogy and remembered the athlete as a man who thought nothing was too good for his son Jelani.
David Moyes’ final weeks as Sunderland manager were scarred by a series of furious clashes with both players and staff as he struggled to control his emotions during a dreadful ten months on Wearside. Moyes’ relationship with his players had almost completely disintegrated by the time the Scot resigned on Monday and he would only have agreed to stay on after relegation if he had been allowed to completely overhaul the squad. Telegraph Sport revealed earlier this month that Moyes had demanded the funds necessary to sign an entirely new team as he was disgusted with the attitude of the players already at the club.
We could be looking at some absolutely massive groups here.