Captain Rooney and the Red Devils celebrate their Europa League title. After a long moment of silence to reflect on Monday’s terrorist attack in Manchester that killed 22 and injured more than 100, the city’s own Manchester United lifted the Europa League trophy on Wednesday. It claimed Europe’s second-tier continental tournament in a 2-0 victory over Ajax Amsterdam in Stockholm.
Chelsea have announced they will not be parading the Premier League trophy through the streets of London this Sunday. The Blues released a statement on Wednesday detailing their decision to cancel the parade which would have seen the first team board an open top bus outside Stamford Bridge on May 28 and celebrate their PL title success, and a potential FA Cup trophy, with their fans. Below is the statement from Chelsea in full.
Following the attack in Manchester earlier this week, Warner Bros. has decided to cancel the London premiere of Wonder Woman. The event was to have taken place on Wednesday, May 31. SEE ALSO: Video game publisher rightfully delays their game following the Manchester attacks The studio issued a statement announcing the decision: Our thoughts are with those affected by the recent tragedy in the UK. In light of the current situation, we will not be proceeding with our plans for the Wonder Woman premiere and junket activities in London. Director Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, and Robin Wright had all been slated to attend the U.K. premiere. On Monday, May 22, an explosion killed 22