In the wake of the horrific attacks that took place after Ariana Grande's Manchester concert, her manager Scooter Braun is speaking out. He took to social media to explain what he's been thinking in the aftermath of it all and how he won't let evil overcome love and light in this world. His words are incredibly moving and they are something that Ariana's fans and the rest of the music community can learn from. Just minutes after Ariana had finished her performance at the Manchester Arena in England, a bomb went off taking the lives of 22 innocent concertgoers and injuring dozens more. A night of what was supposed to be fun, turned into a nightmare for the victims, their families, and their friends.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte paid tribute to the victims of the Manchester terror attack on Friday, but said it should not change the way people go about their lives. Saturday's FA Cup final between Chelsea and Arsenal at Wembley will take place amid heightened security measures after 22 people were killed by a suicide bomber following an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on Monday. "Tomorrow we have to play an important game and win an important trophy, but I don't want to forget what happened in Manchester," Conte told a press conference at Stamford Bridge.
Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United won its third trophy of the season in the Europa League final on Wednesday night, a victory that also booked the team’s place in next season’s Champions League. Here, Newsweek covers the key topics that the Portuguese manager discussed after the game, including the Manchester bombing, qualifying for the Champions League, Wayne Rooney’s future and summer transfers.