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Remember Page 3 girl Lucy Pinder? You won’t believe what she looks like now

Remember Page 3 girl Lucy Pinder? You won’t believe what she looks like now

Entertainment
Lucy Pinder first came to prominence back in 2003 at the tender age of 19 when she was discovered by a photographer on a Bournemouth beach.Following being scouted Lucy, graced the pages of a number of publications including FHM, Nuts and Loaded, as well as appearing on Page 3.She also placed on FHM’s list of “100 Sexiest Women in the World,” placing #92 (2007), #35 (2006), #16 (2005).Lucy also had a number of TV credits to her name – appearing on Soccer AM as a celebrity socerette in 2005 where she rocked a Southampton FC jersey, she also put her trivia knowledge to the test on a celebrity edition of The Weakest Link. GETTY EYE-POPPING: Lucy Pinder unleashes assets in sexy throwback ...
‘You won’t win the league if you sell your best players’ – Dean Saunders urges Liverpool to keep Philippe Coutinho

‘You won’t win the league if you sell your best players’ – Dean Saunders urges Liverpool to keep Philippe Coutinho

Sports
Dean Saunders has urged Liverpool to keep hold of Philippe Coutinho, warning his former club: ‘You won’t win the league if you sell your best players!’Brazilian playmaker Coutinho has been in great form for the Reds this season, but he is widely expected to leave this month with Barcelona still keen on bringing him to the Nou Camp.Having failed with their attempts to sign him in the summer, latest reports from Spain claim Barca have tabled an offer worth up to €150million (£133m) to sign him in January.READ MORE: Barcelona make €150million move for Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho, claims leading Spanish paperIt is claimed Liverpool will consider an offer if they deem it a fair price for their star man, but former Reds star Saunders wants the club to show their ambition to win titles by ke
12 Financial Truths (Including Some You Won’t Like)

12 Financial Truths (Including Some You Won’t Like)

Finance
Shutterstock photoBy Levi Roethler via Iris.xyz Ever since the end of World War II, the United States has largely been a proponent of economic liberalization, especially with the respect to trade. The reasons for this are two-fold: One, market integration promotes peace (finally the end of large-scale armies invading neighboring countries). Two, liberalization helps stimulate the global economy.… Click to read more at ETFtrends.com.The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.This article was provided by our partner Tom Lydon of etftrends.com.Let's block ads! (Why?) Latest Articles in