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first_imgMORE: 10 key revelations from Brady’s interview with Stern”I have tremendous affection for Trump. We used to do radio shows together, have fun, he came to my wedding and all this kind of thing,” Stern said. “I don’t know where you’re at politically, but it was weird because there was a time when Donald called me up and said, ‘Hey, I want you to speak at the Republican convention.’ And Donald can be very forceful. It was weird.”I was actually a Hillary Clinton supporter. I was really into her,” Stern continued. “It was awkward for me because he was asking me to do that, and I had to say no to him, and it’s not an easy thing to do to somebody who has been kind to you.”Trump also reached out to Brady, who declined to speak at the convention because he wasn’t going to do “anything political.” He explained that Trump’s presidential campaign changed everything and made him “uncomfortable.””He would call me after games, ‘I watched your game Tom, let’s play golf together.’ So 2003, 2004, that’s kind of the way it was,” Brady said of his friendship with Trump. “He would golf, and then he became someone that — he would come up to our games and stand on the sideline. He would cheer for the Patriots. He always had a way of connecting with people, and still does.”But the whole political aspect came, and I think I got brought into a lot of those things because it was so polarizing around the election time. It was uncomfortable for me. You can’t undo things — not that I would undo a friendship — but the political support is totally different than the support of a friend.”Brady believes modern politics is too divisive, so he chooses to focus on embracing leadership and bringing people together. He told Stern his connection to Trump never created problems within the locker room.”No, no, never,” Brady said. “(My teammates) know me. They know who I am. I was with them every day.”MORE: Brady reveals why he left Pats for BucsThen Stern stunned the Bucs quarterback with a question about Trump wanting Brady to date Ivanka, his daughter and senior presidential advisor. Brady couldn’t help but laugh and said Trump never directly suggested he should form a power couple with Ivanka. Tom Brady has been friends with President Donald Trump for many years, but the future Hall of Famer’s personal support doesn’t necessarily extend into politics.In a lengthy interview on Wednesday’s edition of “The Howard Stern Show,” the Buccaneers quarterback tackled a number of topics, including his relationship with Trump and where he stands politically. Stern was curious how Brady interacted with Trump in the lead-up to the 2016 election; Stern had formed his own bond with Trump, but didn’t want to endorse him. “Did I consider dating her? No, there was never that where we ever dated or anything like that,” Brady said.You can hear Tom Brady squirm when Howard Stern asks him about Donald Trump wanting to hook him up with Ivanka pic.twitter.com/0WurJBEV5j— gifdsports (@gifdsports) April 8, 2020Brady wisely maneuvered his way out of Stern’s blitz and scrambled away by pointing to Gisele, his wife since 2009.”It all worked out for me anyway,” Brady said. “I married the woman of my dreams. … I think I married the most amazing woman. So I have no regrets.”last_img read more

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first_img Manuel Pellegrini 1 Manuel Pellegrini is adamant his job as Manchester City manager will be safe whatever happens this season.City are facing up to the prospect of a trophyless campaign, with defeats to Barcelona and Liverpool in the past week leaving their Champions League and Premier League hopes in tatters.Pellegrini has come under-fire for his tactics in the two games, and there has been intense speculation that he could be on his way out of the Etihad Stadium unless he can somehow salvage their season.The Chilean, however, insists he is not feeling the pressure, and is convinced he will still be in charge beyond this summer even if he fails to win any silverware.“I never have any pressure to win an amount of titles and to win a title every year if I want to continue here,” said Pellegrini.“I don’t feel any pressure, especially from the media. I feel pressure only when I don’t see my team playing the way I want to do it.”Prior to Pellegrini’s appointment, chief executive Ferran Soriano spoke of an ambition to win five trophies in five seasons.Pellegrini won two in his first season, the Premier League and the League Cup, but he insists he has not been told of any minimum requirement per year.He said: “When I signed the contract, I was never told I must win a title every year or that I must win five trophies in five years.“That was a sentence of Ferran. That is perfectly normal. But maybe you can win two in one year and one in another, the other another two.“You never know in football. There are different ways to analyse the season. The title is important but it is not the only important thing.”Pep Guardiola, Diego Simeone and Carlo Ancelotti have already been identified as potential successors to Pellegrini in various reports, but he is not concerned about the conjecture.He said: “I only think about the present. You never know what will happen in the future.“You don’t know if we are going to win against Barcelona or be out of the Champions League. Maybe last year nobody would say we were going to win the Premier League.“To think about the future is the worst thing because you are just speculating about a lot of things. It is important to live life in the present.“I have 25 years’ experience of management at important clubs and I never feel the pressure.”As for critical analysis of his team’s performance – by many players turned pundits – Pellegrini was indifferent.“It is not my duty to tell the media what they must think,” he said. “Everyone has his opinion and the right to give their opinion.”last_img read more

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