After 22 people were killed and many more injured in an attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, on Monday, soccer club Manchester United honored the victims just a day before the Europa League final. Preparing for Wednesday's final in Stockholm against Ajax, United held a moment of silence before training Tuesday. The club also released a statement: Players also expressed their sadness online: Manchester City and its players also sent their best to those impacted by the attack. For more coverage of the Manchester bombing as news develops, visit CBSNews.com
Arsenal’s majority shareholder Stan Kroenke has issued a statement regarding his future ownership of the club. The American billionaire was at the center of fan unrest on Sunday as Arsenal finished fifth in the Premier League, missing out on a top four finish for the first time in 21 seasons under Arsene Wenger. Kroenke’s fellow Arsenal shareholder Alisher Usmanov (he owns 30 percent of the shares) last week offered over $1.3 billion for Kroenke’s 67 percent stake in the Gunners but Kroenke turned the bid down.
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