Paul Pogba remembers his late father as he celebrates France’s World Cup win 3 Papa et maman c’est pour vous 🙏🏾❤ mom and dad, it’s for you! @equipedefrance #fiersdetrebleus pic.twitter.com/Gyh9lTfuL5— Paul Pogba (@paulpogba) July 15, 2018 Pogba scored and produced a dominant performance in the centre of midfield to silence the many critics he has had in recent years.During the match, the 25-year-old wore shinpads bearing an image of his dad Fassou Antoine, who passed away in May last year aged 79.The shinpads also had a poignant message written on them: “Oh Lord, do not chastise me for what they say.“Forgive me for what they do not know and make me better than what they think of me.” 3 3 The pads contained a heartfelt message Paul Pogba looks to the skies after France’s World Cup triumph After the match, Pogba spoke of his sadness that his dad could not share in the celebrations as France won the World Cup for only the second time.He said: “I think about 1998, when I watched a cassette tape of the World Cup with my father, at home, on repeat, we would watch it the entire time, the entire time. Now today I am a world champion.“I miss my father. He is watching us. I think he would be very proud, this is for him.“I spoke to the team before the match, I said to them make me win it, make me dream, make me achieve my dream.“I want to thank everyone, right to the kit-man, we did everything together. The work has paid off. We are so proud to represent our country.”He later posted a message on Twitter too thanking his parents. Paul Pogba paid a touching tribute to his late father after France’s World Cup triumph.The Manchester United midfielder lifted the Jules Rimet trophy on Sunday after playing a decisive role in his country’s 4-2 victory over Croatia. Amazing scenes in France as millions take to the street to celebrate their World Cup triumphPogba was at the heart of the French celebrations after the match and shared footage from inside the dressing room on social media.He had a light-hearted dig at England fans, singing ‘Football’s Coming Home’ and did a dab with the French president, Emmanuel Macron.
Story Highlights Former President of the Senate, Professor Oswald Harding, is to publish his autobiography in early November, which will provide an insight into his record as a legislator and lawyer. He said that the more than 200-page book captures much of his childhood days growing up on Oxford Street in Western Kingston, where he was born. Mr. Harding, who served in the Senate for a combined 28 years, was also Attorney General during the administration of former Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Edward Seaga, in the 1980s. Former President of the Senate, Professor Oswald Harding, is to publish his autobiography in early November, which will provide an insight into his record as a legislator and lawyer.Mr. Harding, who served in the Senate for a combined 28 years, was also Attorney General during the administration of former Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Edward Seaga, in the 1980s.He said that the more than 200-page book captures much of his childhood days growing up on Oxford Street in Western Kingston, where he was born.“It talks of my early days at Kingston College and my early days after the death of my grandmother,” Mr. Harding told JIS News in an interview.He said the publication, titled ‘Grandson of Essie’, also describes “how elections are run”, and the 1976 State of Emergency.During his political career, Mr. Harding served as Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Justice.“We have a great country, and to me, Jamaica has made great strides, and there is a lot more that it can do and will do with goodwill and sensible people,” he said.The former Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Technology (UTech), Mr. Harding said he relished being given the opportunity to play a role in the establishment of the faculty.Professor Harding said he is pleased that the UTech Law Faculty has received full accreditation.