• Well-wishers bring food, games to Manchester victims
    USA Today

    Well-wishers bring food, games to Manchester victims

    Well-wishers deliver food and games for children gathered at a support centre for victims of the Manchester attack at football club Manchester City's Etihad Stadium. Video provided by AFP

  • John Terry: It’s Not The First Time Chelsea Has Gone Over The Top With A Goodbye
    Newsweek

    John Terry: It’s Not The First Time Chelsea Has Gone Over The Top With A Goodbye

    When Chelsea’s players formed a guard of honor 26 minutes into a 3-1 win over Sunderland at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, it was not the first time such theatrics had been used to mark a departure on the King’s Road. John Terry, the Chelsea captain, was making his 717th and final appearance for the club he joined as a school boy in 1992. In May 2015, Didier Drogba played a key role in Chelsea’s last Premier League title winning campaign having returned to the club in 2014.

  • FA plans 'enhanced security' for Arsenal v Chelsea FA Cup final after Manchester attack
    Business Insider

    FA plans 'enhanced security' for Arsenal v Chelsea FA Cup final after Manchester attack

    The Football Association (FA) has confirmed that "enhanced" security measures will be in place for Saturday's FA Cup final, following the terror attack at Manchester Arena on Monday evening. "Fan safety is of paramount importance and we have robust security measures in place at Wembley Stadium," an FA spokesman told Business Insider ahead of the match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Wembley Stadium. He added: "In collaboration with the Metropolitan Police and the local authorities there will be an enhanced security operation for all upcoming events. "All supporters are encouraged to arrive for events at Wembley Stadium as early as possible for security checks and to avoid any delays in entering