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Man Utd star who won Champions League looks completely different managing in non-league - dailystar.co.uk - Manchester - city York
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Man Utd star who won Champions League looks completely different managing in non-league
Champions League winner with Manchester United to managing in the National League North with Scarborough Athletic - and picking up a manager of the month award. Greening took charge at the Flamingo Land Stadium last year and his side currently sit second in the table following five wins and 15 goals from their opening eight games of the season.The former England youth international played for eight different clubs before calling time on his playing career but picked up his most memorable trophy after just months of being at Old Trafford. READ MORE: Ex-Man Utd starlet tipped for big things now earning £5m-a-year away from football The 43-year-old joined United from York City back in 1998 for an initial fee of £500,000 which could have potentially risen to £2million having impressed on a four-day trial.During his first full season at the club he even went on to sit on the bench during their Champions League final win over Bayern Munich and pick up a winners' medal despite not playing a single minute in Europe.Having also tasted Premier League and FA Cup glory in the famous treble winning campaign, Greening signed a new contract the following season but pushed for a move to get first-team opportunities. Can you name other forgotten former Man Utd players? Give us one in the comments section below. Greening said back in 2001: "The club is more likely to spend millions than give fringe players the time to establish themselves.
Religious University Can Continue to Not Recognize LGBTQ Student Group For Now, SCOTUS Says - thenewcivilrightsmovement.com - New York - Texas - New York - Washington - state Connecticut - city York - state Vermont
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Religious University Can Continue to Not Recognize LGBTQ Student Group For Now, SCOTUS Says
LGBTQ student organization for now, the Supreme Court said in a Friday evening order from Justice Sonia Sotomayor.A lower court had ordered Yeshiva University, a private Orthodox Jewish research school in New York City to recognize the student group, but Justice Sotomayor, who has jurisdiction over the Second Circuit, which includes Connecticut, New York, and Vermont, temporarily stayed that ruling, “pending further order,” as lower court and state court cases continue.“A New York state trial court ruled that as a public accommodation, Yeshiva was covered under the New York City Human Rights Law and required to provide the Pride Alliance the same access to facilities as dozens of other student groups,” The Washington Post reports. “The group said that means access to a classroom, bulletin boards and a club fair booth.”Yeshiva is an Orthodox institution, and the “Orthodox tradition only supports heterosexual relations and only within the context of heterosexual marriage,” the Human Rights Campaign Foundation has said.Well-known University of Texas School of Law Professor of law Steve Vladeck called Justice Sonomayor’s decision “surprising.”“Justice Sotomayor, acting by herself, has stayed a New York state trial court’s injunction that had ordered Yeshiva University to recognize an LGBTQ student group.
Bradley Walsh - Mark Labbett - The Chase viewers floored as star confirms he's heading for a hair transplant - dailystar.co.uk - Turkey - city York - county Chase
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The Chase viewers floored as star confirms he's heading for a hair transplant
The Chase fans were left floored after an honest player revealed he had set his sights on an unusual splurge if he won enough prize money.As contestant Tim, a computer programmer from Wilmslow, stepped up for his head-to-head with host Bradley Walsh, the pair began discussing Tim’s hobbies and what he planned to do with the prize money.The 56-year-old contestant, who had a mostly bald head, told Bradley he was desperate for a hair transplant and revealed he might be suffering from a mid-life crisis.READ MORE:The Chase in chaos as Mark Labbett explodes in frustration on set after incorrect answer“I don’t look good in a hat so it might be a mid-life crisis hair transplant I think, admitted Tim.A stunned Bradley replied: “Seriously, hair transplant really?”To which Tim said: “Well that’s what I said to my wife but she said you’re not spending it on that.”Brad then reminded him that his wife loved him for who he is, and Tim replied: “So do I but I’ve got a cold head.”Viewers were cracking up at the hilarious revelation. One viewers said: “LOL at Tim bless him just shave your head mate and call it a day x.” A second said: “Hair transplant? Should have gone on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire #thechase” While a third argued: “Why bother at your age mate Tim you look great lol”Fans were further stunned when he revealed his unusual hobby.
Interpol announce global exhibition and pop-up shop ‘Big Shot City’ - nme.com - London - New York - Los Angeles - Los Angeles - USA - Texas - Mexico - New York - Tokyo - city York - city Mexico
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Interpol announce global exhibition and pop-up shop ‘Big Shot City’
Interpol have announced the launch of a new global exhibition and pop-up shop to mark the release of the group’s seventh album ‘The Other Side Of Make-Believe’.‘Big Shot City’, which is named after one of the songs on Interpol’s new album, will run from July 15-17 in London, taking place simultaneously in Los Angeles, New York, Mexico City and Tokyo.The exhibition is a collaboration with photographer Atiba Jefferson and Brain Dead Clothing, and will include in-person meet-and-greets and Q&As with band members, Jefferson and Brain Dead at some of the events.Each event will include a gallery of Jefferson’s photographs of Interpol, which were taken during the making of the album, plus special items for purchase including limited-edition t-shirts, an exclusive zine and a handful of one-off Jefferson-designed skateboards in partnership with Girl Skateboards.See all the exhibition venues and dates below and pre-order ‘The Other Side Of Make-Believe’, which is out July 15, here.JULY13-16: Brain Dead Studios, Los Angeles13-16: 155 Lafayette Street, New York City15: Brain Dead’s space in Harajuku, Tokyo15-17: Old Truman Brewery, London16-17 July: Not A Gallery, Mexico CityThe trio kicked off their 2022 tour in April with a run of North American dates, during which they previewed a handful of new material from their upcoming new album. At the first show of the run in Deep Ellum, Texas, they aired singles ‘Toni’ and ‘Something Changed’ along with two then-unheard tracks, ‘Fables’ and ‘Into The Night’.‘Fables’ was later released as a single, with frontman Paul Banks saying in a statement: “‘Fables’ features one of Daniel [Kessler, guitarist]’s hottest licks.
Jessica Chastain - Alfie Allen - Jesse Williams - Ron Cephas Jones - 2022 Tony Awards: Jesse Tyler Ferguson wins the first award of the evening for - dailymail.co.uk - county Hall - county York - city New York, county Hall - city York - city Ferguson, county Tyler
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2022 Tony Awards: Jesse Tyler Ferguson wins the first award of the evening for
The 2022 Tony Awards kicked off on Sunday evening, with Jess Tyler Ferguson winning the first award of the night.Ferguson beat outAlfie Allen, Hangmen, Chuck Cooper, Trouble in Mind,Ron Cephas Jones, Clyde's, Michael Oberholtzer, Take Me Out and Jesse Williams, Take Me Outfor the award to get the show under way, airing live on CBS from Radio City Music Hall inNew York City, with Ariana DeBose hosting.The 75th Annual Tony Awards is celebrating achievement in Broadway productions during the 2021–22 season. First winner:The 2022 Tony Awards kicked off on Sunday evening, with Jess Tyler Ferguson winning the first award of the night Host:Ferguson beat out Alfie Allen, Hangmen, Chuck Cooper, Trouble in Mind, Ron Cephas Jones, Clyde's, Michael Oberholtzer, Take Me Out and Jesse Williams, Take Me Out for the award to get the show under way, airing live on CBS from Radio City Music Hall in New York City , with Ariana DeBose hostingJessica Chastain and Colman Domingo presented the first award of the night for Best Featured Actor in a Play, which was won by Jesse Tyler Ferguson for Take Me Out.He beat outAlfie Allen, Hangmen, Chuck Cooper, Trouble in Mind, Ron Cephas Jones, Clyde's, Michael Oberholtzer, Take Me Out and Jesse Williams, Take Me Out.
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