A teenager who threatened to burn down his stepmother’s home was on Thursday given a chance to make amends when he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Eighteen-year-old Edward Motilal, of Lot 113 Unity Village, East Coast Demerara (ECD), admitted to the charge after it was read to him by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan.The Court heard that on July 30, 2018, at Diamond, East Bank Demerara (EBD), he used threatening language towards his stepmother, Luanna Walker, whereby breaching the peace.According to facts presented to the Court, on the day in question, the defendant got into an argument with the Virtual Complainant (VC) over a pair of shoes and he threatened to burn the house down. The VC became afraid and made a report at the Diamond Police Outpost.In his defence, Motilal told the Court that he was abused by Walker and her daughter for wearing his brother’s shoes.“I just put on de shoe and went to lime with my friends on the corner, then I hear they calling me, but I didn’t go then, I see they come out to me and start slapping me and then de daughter pull off de shoe, then I start cuss up,” the teen explained.However, the VC’s daughter, who appeared on behalf of her mother, said that her stepbrother had a mental issue and as such, her mother wanted him to be removed from their home.The matter was discharged by the Chief Magistrate after it was related to her that Motilal had a mental health problem.
Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade He’s always wanted to wear @LFC shirt! pic.twitter.com/ka5ipcLkvq— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) August 8, 2018Carragher, though, went one further by suggesting Neville wear a Liverpool shirt with his name and 23 on the back – Carragher’s old squad number – but quickly changed his mind when he remembered Xherdan Shaqiri now owned it.“We’ll get 23 Shaqiri on the back, he hates Shaqiri,” he said in reference to Neville’s comments about the new Liverpool signing’s professionalism at Stoke when the team were relegated from the Premier League last season. silverware Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack He hates Shaqiri apparently Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade ALTERED Liverpool fans and Gary Neville: The best of enemies during his playing career A bet is a bet! 🤝The moment you’ve all been waiting for… 👕@GNev2 in a @LFC shirt and @Carra23 in a @ManUtd shirt! 😂The shirts will be auctioned for their chosen charities! 👏 pic.twitter.com/8mHxPQeNKC— Sky Sports MNF (@SkySportsMNF) August 20, 2018“I’ll wear that pile of… if you wear that,” Neville said as he threw Carragher a United shirt with his name and number on the back.And to be fair to them they both put them on, with Sky Sports auctioning them for charity where proceeds will go to both The Greater Manchester Mayor’s Homelessness Fund and Fans Supporting Foodbanks. smart causal Manchester United fan Gary Neville was forced into the ultimate humiliation for any supporter when he donned a Liverpool shirt.Neville, who spent his entire career at Old Trafford, wore the kit during his stint on Monday Night Football where he was analysing Liverpool’s 2-0 win against Crystal Palace. NEW ERA RANKED MONEY How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? His Sky Sports colleague Carragher, a former Anfield defender, took delight in seeing Neville wear the shirt, which was the result of losing a bet between the pair.On Sky’s Premier League Preview Show before the start of the season, Carragher beat Neville in a penalty shoot-out where it was agreed the loser would have to wear the shirt of their hated rivals live on television. Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade highlights 3 Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener gameday impact How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures During his television work with ITV at the World Cup, he said: “I’m not a fan of Shaqiri to be honest with you. I think that was, to be fair, worse by the fact that he distanced himself from his team-mates as Stoke. They were unprofessional last season, Stoke. There’s no doubt, and he epitomised it.“He could score the goal of the tournament and he could have the most amazing game.“But he could also be there for three matches, do nothing and just amble and wobble around.“To be honest with you, with him, players like that I can’t have. I struggle with it.” Neville emphasised his dislike of Liverpool football club in a Man United fanzine in 2006. “I can’t stand Liverpool, I can’t stand the people, I can’t stand anything to do with them,” he said. In January 2006 Neville was also fined £10,000 for maniacally celebrating Rio Ferdinand’s late winner in front of the travelling Liverpool fans at Old Trafford. The defender said it was worth it, as he explained to Jamie Carragher last year. To be fair, Liverpool had been singing songs about me all game so I thought: ‘they need to have a bit back don’t they?’ Shaqiri even offered up the shirt, signing it with the message: “To my no.1 fan Gary, please don’t track back – SORRY – please don’t backtrack on this bet.”But when judgement day arrived, Neville wasn’t slow to bring up a previous bet the pair had apparently struck about former Tottenham midfielder Paulinho when the Brazilian moved to White Hart Lane in 2013.Neville claimed Carragher said the player would score 15 goals in a season, and when he didn’t he accepted the forfeit of wearing a United shirt. 3 possible standings 3 Football news Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes