When Kayleigh Finnie struck the yellow Lamborghini Aventador on Cheapside in Waltham, she was operating a black Alfa Romeo Giulietta.
Large amounts of debris were left on the roadside after the collision, and the route was closed while Humberside Police investigated.
Fortunately, no one was critically injured in the crash.
The Lamborghini supercar, which typically sells for between £250,000 and £300,000 used, is reportedly written off.
The horrific collision occurred on 5 July 2021, at around 4 PM. The Lamborghini was left across the road and shut down for 2.5 hours.
Numerous hundred meters away on the side of the road, Finnie’s Alfa Romeo was still there after the Aventador had been taken away.
Fortunately, no one has suffered any significant injuries, Humberside Police reported on Facebook. Police used the hashtag “#onnoLambo” in their post. The Lamborghini Aventador is a well-liked vehicle among the wealthy and famous. Previous owners of the model include rapper Kanye West, singer Justin Bieber, and football legend Cristiano Ronaldo.
In the UK, there are fewer than 600 Lamborghini Aventadors. The supercar can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds and has a top speed of 217 mph.
On 7 December, Finnie, a mental health professional from Grainthorpe in Lincolnshire, was charged with operating a vehicle without exercising due caution and care. According to the media, she entered a guilty plea and received three license points, a £40 fine, and a £34…
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Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo shipped out his fleet of supercars to Lisbon after leaving Manchester United.
The 37-year-old icon agreed to terminate his contract with the club following his explosive interview with Piers Morgan.
He subsequently moved all of his cars, worth about £500,000, back to Lisbon after vacating his mansion in Alderley Edge in Cheshire. It included a £150,000-worth Cadillac Escalade and a Bentley Flying Spur costing about £300,000.
The shipment apparently caused havoc on the streets of the Portuguese capital on Friday, just hours before Portugal were due to play South Korea in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
One onlooker was quoted telling The Sun (via Daily Star):
“The delivery driver tried to unload them with as little fuss as possible, but the lorry blocked the road and that created a bit of a traffic backlog. Then the Escalade and the Bentley rolled out of the back and they are very eye-catching.
“They tried to get them into the garage as quickly as possible, but the cars still had British plates so it was pretty easy to work out they belong to Ronaldo. Maybe he wants to get them home while he plots his next move on the football pitch.”
About a week after the cars were moved from England, they finally reached Lisbon, and were unloaded at an exclusive car valet garage on the outskirts of the city.
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Cristiano Ronaldo’s long family holiday in Mallorca this summer was quite eventful and it has been revealed that his yacht was inspected by Balearic tax officials during his stay.
And, apart from apparently annoying the neighbours to the luxury estate he rented with load late night parties, there was also a car accident.
His Bugatti super-car, which he had shipped to Mallorca, was involved in a traffic incident but the Manchester United player was not involved. The driver, allegedly lost control of the vehicle, which went off the road near Bunyola. The occupants of the vehicle escaped unhurt although there was some damage to the vehicle, according to eye-witnesses.
And, Ronaldo has recently revealed in his explosive interview with Piers Morgan that the reason he was late for pre-season training with Manchester United was because his daughter Bella had fallen ill while on holiday in Mallorca.
He told Piers Morgan when asked why he was a week late for pre-season: “I had a very bad pre-season. I had some problems on vacation, where one of my children had broncitus. I was in Mallorca and she (Bella) had to spend one week in hospital.
“People made up stories that I wanted to go and travel. People need to realise that I am a human being and want to be with my family. I am a human being and travelled through difficult moments. “I spoke with the director and president of United and they kind of didn’t believe that something was going wrong. I am never going to swap my…
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Manchester United’s star striker Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly asked the Premier League club to allow him to leave, should the club receive a satisfactory offer this summer. Ronaldo, who scored 18 goals for United in the Premier League last summer after joining them from Juventus is garnering interest from Chelsea.
According to multiple reports, Chelsea could be interested in the possibility of signing Ronaldo, with new owner Todd Boehly meeting Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes in Portugal recently. Chelsea are looking to make a couple of statement signings after being taken over Boehly, and the new ownership is open to the idea of moving for the 37-year-old.
Whether Ronaldo will join the Blues however remains to be seen, given his allegiance to the Red Devils.
Cristiano Ronaldo has asked to be allowed to leave Manchester United should the Premier League club receive a satisfactory offer in the transfer window, according to The Times.
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With United having missed out on Champions League football, Ronaldo is reportedly looking to engineer an exit from his current club. The Portuguese ace is also frustrated by the Reds’ lack of ambition in the transfer market, despite having finished sixth in the league last year.
All of Manchester United’s Premier League rivals have added at least one ‘big-name’ player to their roster, with champions Manchester City signing Erling Haaland, Liverpool snapping up Benfica forward Darwin Nunez and Tottenham roping in Richarlison from Everton.
Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo has been on the Spanish island since last week, enjoying a family holiday with partner Georgina Rodriguez and their young family
The car crashed into the entrance of a house in Majorca
A supercar belonging to Cristiano Ronaldo – valued at £1.8million – has crashed into a house in Majorca on Monday, according to reports in Spain.
The Manchester United superstar is on the Balearic Island, enjoying a holiday with family before returning to the United Kingdom for pre-season, which begins later this month. El Periodico Mediterraneo report that the Bugatti Veyron was being driven by an employee of the Portuguese superstar, when it crashed into the entrance of a house on Monday morning.
It is understood the driver of the vehicle has suffered no serious injuries, but there is said to be extensive damage to the front of the vehicle.
As well as being one of the greatest players in the history of football, the record-breaking goalscorer has a love of supercars and has a fleet valued at around £17m.
In a recent documentary of which his partner Georgina Rodriguez was the subject, fans were given a glimpse at his array of vehicles including a Ferrari 599 GTO, a McLaren Senna and a pair of Rolls-Royces.
Ronaldo and his family arrived on the Spanish island last week, having missed Portugal’s final international match through injury. And with his first Erik ten Hag pre-season just weeks, the 37-year-old, along with partner Georgina, and children Cristiano Jr, Eva, Matteo, Alana Martina and new-born baby Bella Esmeralda flew out on a private…
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Cristiano Ronaldo has whisked his family away to the Spanish island of Majorca during his summer break from Premier League action – and also shipped over his rare Bugatti as well as the family SUV.
The Manchester United and Portugal forward, 37, is enjoying some down time with long-term partner Georgina Rodriguez and their five young children having travelled on their £20million private jet following his spell on international duty.
Although he might well have avoided additional expenses by renting a car during their stay, he has opted to have not one, but two, of his supercars shipped across the sea.
The Sun report that Ronaldo’s rare Bugatti Centodieci, which is worth in the region of £8.5m, has joined the family as well as a more family-orientated vehicle.
That comes in the form of their Mercedes SUV, with the family staying in Majorca for ten days as Ronaldo’s body recovers from his first season back at Old Trafford.
The Bugatti, a limited edition, was purchased by the former Real Madrid man back in 2020, and has a top speed of 236mph and can do 0-62mph in just 2.4 seconds.
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The report adds that Ronaldo and his loved ones are staying at £10,000-per-night mansion on the seafront, which might well be on the recommendation of Sergio Ramos.
The villa has its own gym and football pitch as well as several jacuzzis, a beach volleyball court and…
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Every player who pulls on these blue shirts knows how it feels to be in the situation Cristiano Ronaldo is in. Each player for Sands United Stockport FC has experienced the loss of a child.
Dads and other bereaved family members come together at the club, one of 33 across the country, from Dundee to Derry to the Isle of Wight. The Stockport club was founded on March 19, 2019 by Joel Kelly, a dad-of-three.
“Me and my wife lost our son, Rory, nine years ago. I spent about five years dealing with it on my own, my own way. I never told my wife about it, just carried on.
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“I came across the Sands United team in Northampton, which is the first team that was set up. As soon as I saw that I could be with other people who play football it was something I was interested in.
“So I spoke to Sands, spoke to Rob Allen who started the original team up, and there was nothing up here at all, so I took it upon myself to set a Stockport team up. Within six months we had 25 players signed up.
“That was three years ago – and it’s gone from strength to strength. We get people who haven’t played football for 10 or 15 years … it’s just a really good release for them. They can be around other guys who have been around what they’ve been through.
“You don’t necessarily have to speak about what you’ve been through. But within three or four weeks of being there you open up.
“When we first started up I spent a lot of time just sat back … and I’d watch what was going on. You just see people come alive and form these little friendships.
“You could see the relief on their faces that they weren’t the only people to go through something like that. Some of these people had never spoken about it in 10 years.
“I wish I’d had it from day one. I was saying to someone last week: I set this team because people in Stockport needed something, but I needed it as much as they needed it.
“I run the team. Obviously, day to day it’s a bit of a nightmare, like: ‘I can’t play this week I’m injured’ – just basic football manager stuff. But they don’t realise the satisfaction that I get out of it on a Sunday when someone scores.
“We had a guy last year who’s in his late 40s, never scored for us, and on the anniversary of his son’s birthday he scored his first ever goal for us – it happens all the time. It’s just one of those weird things that on an anniversary there’s a goal.
“Just to see a 46-year-old man running down the touchline, celebrating with his family – it’s a very strange thing to be a part of.”
For Joel, if there is a positive to come out of Ronaldo, partner Georgina Rodriquez and their family’s loss, it is that people are discussing child loss more openly and that more people may find help in their bereavement.
He continued: “What happened to Cristiano Ronaldo this week – he’s obviously not the first person to ever go through child-loss, but having someone of his stature going through it and being open about it, that’s not a nice thing, but I think it’s really good that people are realising what is out there.”
“For me it’s not a taboo anymore. It’s more for people who are friends and family; they struggle with it because they don’t know how to deal with it.”
“It’s not for me anymore, but it was. If someone says to me ‘have you got kids?’, I’ll always include Rory in that answer. I’ve got two kids who are alive, I’ve got Rory, so I always say I’ve got three kids.”
Joel spoke about the day he lost Rory: “I went back to an empty nursery at my house. You don’t see that side, you don’t hear about it. I spent an hour building the cot.
“I wish I’d had a bit of support. Maybe at the time I wouldn’t have wanted to speak to people. But speaking is the best thing for anyone to do.
“Whenever we get new guys coming down, they all say ‘I don’t want to speak about my baby, and you don’t have to. But, they do open up really quickly.”
Clea Harmer, chief executive of infant bereavement charity Sands, says that Ronaldo and his partner have been “really generous” in sharing their sad news. Clea has experienced such loss in her own family, with her sister’s son being stillborn in 1991.
“The most shocking thing about it is how common it is,” she says. “Thirteen babies die every day in the UK, so 4,500-to-5,000 babies every year.
“That’s not even taking into account the later miscarriages and all of the different miscarriages that we know happen as well. It is such a difficult subject.
“Death is difficult anyway, but the death of a baby is so difficult for people to talk about and think about that it’s a taboo – nobody talks about it. So parents feel that they are the only people that this has happened to.
“That terrible isolation compounds the grief – and that’s why Cristiano and Georgina speaking out about it is so incredibly brave at a time when it must be really painful for them. They’ve made it alright to talk about it, and there will be families around the country who are very triggered by the news, but will also feel so able to talk to their own family and friends in the context of this.
“Raising awareness in this way will change the way people can reach out and talk about those experiences, so it is a really generous thing to have done in their own grief.”
Craig Spivey, Community Lead for Sands United FC teams, runs the Hull and East Yorkshire Sands United team. He lost his brother, who was stillborn, in October 2007 when Craig was 14.
Craig said: “We’ve got 30-odd guys – it’s a fantastic network of support for people who have gone through something that, when they go through it, they probably think that no one else has gone through it.
“I’d never come to a newly bereaved dad and say ‘I understand what you’re saying’. I can sympathise and understand what it means to lose somebody and have those memories taken away from you.
“But it’s poignant when you have different people coming in with different losses .Some people have experienced a miscarriage, some a stillbirth and some a neonatal death.
“But it’s all the same – you have those memories, you foresee those memories coming throughout your life, and then they are cruelly taken away from you and you’re left with the ‘what ifs’; ‘what could have beens’.
“That’s the beauty of the football teams – football’s the distraction, but the real reason why we’re there is to support each other, and answer questions like: ‘I don’t really know how I should be feeling right now’ and someone’s there to say ‘actually, this is what you should be feeling; it’s absolutely normal, because I’ve been through it and I’m here to get you to the other side.’”
Of Ronaldo’s loss, he said: “The fact that Cristiano has come out with this – there’s a guy there with his partner and his family who are grieving – but the impact that he probably doesn’t even realise that he can have on other people now, giving them the confidence to come forward. That will benefit thousands – millions – in the future.
“He’s a role model in society; he’s a pivotal figure in terms of football, so for him to give that confidence to men in particular will benefit so many people. It’s exactly what I say all the time when people join: someone can go through something so emotional and so sad – probably the worst thing they will ever go through in their life – but they manage to spin that into a positive for somebody else. That’s a powerful analogy for why we get involved in our team, and that’s why I love it.”
Jane Kellet is part of the committee at Cheshire East Sands, who provide a support group for families who have lost babies in Crewe, who meet on the first Wednesday of each month. She says that her group is, “not just for mums, not just dads, we have grandparents come etc., who have suffered the loss of a baby.
“Sands remit tends to state from the 24th week of pregnancy to 28 days of life, so a neonatal death. But, as our support group, we don’t turn anybody away. We have people who have lost sooner. Sands also support people who have chosen to terminate for medical reasons.
“We’re not trained counsellors, but we are basically peer supporters … you have to have suffered a loss yourself.”
Jane explains: “Once you see that stick says pregnant or two lines, you’ve got that future mapped out for that child, so you’re grieving for the loss of that future.”
Jane got involved with Sands after the death of her son, William: “Myself and my husband lost our first child, coming up for eight years ago, William. He had a heart defect, quite a severe one.Unfortunately the doctors couldn’t do anything for him.
“I was a bit lost, and I found the Sands online forum … and then discovered we had a local support group.”
She added: “It’s so tragic what’s happened to Ronaldo and his wife. They’re going to be going through the joy of having a baby and the loss of a baby at the same time, and it’s so tough, especially for twin parents. They also have lots of other children who will be really impacted by it. They will have seen baby in mummy’s tummy.”
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Ronaldo arrived at the Man United training in his brand new Aston Martin supercar | Photo: Twitter/ AP
Cristiano Ronaldo was spotted arriving at training in his brand new Aston Martin car on Monday.
Ronaldo will lead Manchester United’s charge against Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 2nd leg match on Wednesday.
Goal machine Ronaldo had scored a stunning hat-trick against Spurs on Sunday.
Besides scoring goals and shattering records across all competitions, goal machine Cristiano Ronaldo also has a knack for buying ultra-expensive items. Regarded as the modern-day great in the beautiful game, Portugal captain Ronaldo was reportedly spotted arriving in style ahead of Manchester United‘s high-profile meeting with La Liga giants Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) on Monday.
The former Real Madrid and ex-Juventus superstar arrived at the Man United training in his brand new Aston Martin supercar. Ronaldo’s latest mean machine has an estimated worth of £200,000. Nicknamed CR7, veteran footballer Ronaldo was spotted giving fans a wave in his Aston Martin DBS Superleggera convertible when he touched down the Manchester United training facility in Carrington.
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Ronaldo, who is football‘s first billion-dollar man, also owns the world’s most expensive car – Bugatti La Voiture Noire. The ultra-expensive car has an approximate worth of 8.5 million euros (Rs 75 crore). CR7 is also a proud owner of multiple luxury cars such as Lamborghini Aventador, Bentley GT Speed, Aston Martin DB9, Audi R8, Rolls Royce Phantom, and Ferrari 599 GTO.
One of the highest-paid players in world football, Ronaldo had hit top form in the lead-up to Manchester United’s crucial home game against Atletico Madrid. Ronaldo scored a stunning hat-trick in Manchester United’s 3-2 win over Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday. Ronaldo’s 59th career hat-trick was his second for the Red Devils. Ronaldo will spearhead Manchester United’s attack in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 fixture against visitors Atletico Madrid at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
The 37-year-old has scored 6 goals for Manchester United in the 2021-2022 edition of Europe’s biggest competition at club level – the UEFA Champions League. The Portuguese stalwart is also the most capped and all-time top scorer of the elite tournament. The five-time Champions League winner won his maiden European title with the Red Devils in 2008.