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.
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.
John Terry is a man who… well, let’s just say, does things his way. For instance, remember the time Chelsea won the UEFA Champions League, by beating Bayern Munich, in penalties? Remember Chelsea’s post-game celebrations, which saw Terry, who was suspended for the final at the Allianz Arena, joyously jumping around with his teammates wearing his full kit, shin guards and all?