Analysis and Opinion

Joel Glazer: Man Utd co-chair to appear on Fan Forum

In May, Glazer recognized ‘the need for change’ with the way the club consults with fans Manchester United co-chairman Joel Glazer will make his first fan forum appearance on Friday in his 15 years as owner of the Old Trafford club. Glazer has pledged to be more receptive to club …

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The development plan of the lot will irreparably damage the city

Citizens of Winchester for a better water field | nasty local Winchester Citizens for a Better Waterfield announced on May 26 that the City of Winchester Clerk has certified a petition calling on the Board of Directors, under section 2-14 of the Winchester Charter of Self-Government, to be submitted article …

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Antonio Conte: Ex-Chelsea manager is favorite for Spurs post

Antonio Conte managed Chelsea between 2016 and 2018 before spending two seasons at Inter Milan Former Chelsea and Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte has emerged as the clear leader in the vacant Tottenham managerial post. It is understood that talks with the Italian have advanced rapidly. He is now expected …

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Manchester City are ready to spend in summer, says President Khaldoon al-Mubarak

Tottenham forward Harry Kane and Borussia Dortmund forward Erling Haaland have both been linked with Manchester City Manchester City are ready to spend big on a few quality players this summer, President Khaldoon al-Mubarak has said. Following the club’s final Champions League loss to Chelsea, Khaldoon has said City “will …

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Wilson-Raybould remains thorny alongside Trudeau

Notice The year before the pandemic, Jody Wilson-Raybould was Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s worst headache. In a speech she gave on May 19, the former justice minister and attorney general showed why she could become the prime minister’s worst nightmare. “This practice, this hypocrisy, the assertion of Charter rights… but …

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Roland-Garros 2021: Roger Federer and Daniil Medvedev win Roland-Garros

Eighth seeded Federer won the French Open for the only time in 2009 Roger Federer facilitated his return to Roland Garros with a straight set victory over Uzbekistan’s Denis Istomin. The 20-time Grand Slam champion hadn’t played at Roland Garros since 2019 after missing last year’s tournament with a knee …

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They wanted him, chased him and took him

The Phoenix Suns won 100-92 and return to Phoenix for a showdown on Tuesday night. And any analysis following an event like Suns-Lakers Game 4 in Los Angeles on Sunday needs instinctive advice. The Phoenix Suns tied the series at 2 in a memorable Game 4, with momentum jumps, dramatic …

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Champions League final: Kai Havertz & N’Golo Kante key for Chelsea against Man City

Every Manchester City fan I spoke to outside the pitch in Porto after their Champions League final loss has asked me the same thing: “Why didn’t he play against Fernandinho? “ But I can see why City boss Pep Guardiola left his captain aside, and I can understand why Rodri …

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Opinion: It’s really different this time around – a new era for equities has only just begun

What if the real lesson for investors studying the history of financial markets was that the future will be different from the past? Financial markets periodically undergo profound changes which bear little resemblance to what has happened before. This means that history tells us nothing other than that the future …

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McGeachin’s order was likely unconstitutional, in Idaho Attorney General’s opinion

Image bank BOISE (Idaho Capital Sun) – A legal opinion from the Idaho attorney general’s office indicates that Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin likely overstepped his legal authority by ordering a statewide ban on mask warrants. McGeachin’s order also likely encroached on the powers of the legislative branch, he says. In …

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