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Son Heung-min racially abused online after Tottenham loses to Man United...
The Indian Express
34 minutes ago
Atletico held 1-1 at Betis, edges 1 point clear of Real Madrid...
The Indian Express
49 minutes ago
European roundup: Atlético slip again as Inter close in on Serie A title...
6 hours ago
Darmian scores late Inter winner, Atalanta into top fourSchalke ends winless run, Depay scores twice for LyonAtlético Madrid returned to the top of La Liga with a 1-1 draw away to Real Betis but did so at the expense of losing yet more players to injury, leaving their title hopes hanging by a thread. Related: European roundup: Bayern Munich held at home by Union Berlin Continue reading.........
Lacazette doubles up in Arsenal’s comfortable win at Sheffield United...
8 hours ago
This was never going to be the night that will define Arsenal’s season and the level of pressure Mikel Arteta will face in the months ahead: that is in five days’ time in Prague. But with that in mind, a performance and a result to set up a match which will dictate whether the club’s best avenue into Europe next season remains open was certainly welcome for Arteta.Winning breeds confidence, as Arteta pointed out post-match, so the nature of this victory, which moved Arsenal into the top half was perhaps all he could have asked for as they prepare for their return with Slavia Prague on Thursday. A clean sheet, the continuation of Alexandre Lacazette’s fine recent form, and a confidence-boosting display all across the field, with players such as Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka impressing. Continue reading.........
Furious Jose Mourinho lashes out at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over Son Heung-min 'con' accusation...
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Sheffield United vs Arsenal, Premier League: live score and latest updates...
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Cooney-Cross comes of age with Grand Final winner for Melbourne | Samantha Lewis...
14 hours ago
Kyra Cooney-Cross is one of many emerging talents who have thrived in this pandemic-affected W-League seasonKyra Cooney-Cross glances nervously into the barrel of the camera. The headphones she has been given are comically large, cupping her ears like woollen muffs as the chill of winter descends over Jubilee Stadium in Sydney.She allows herself to crack a small grin as her teammate and mentor, Lisa De Vanna, ghosts in behind her, tapping her protégé on the shoulder before drifting away into the night. Cooney-Cross turns to the microphone and takes a settling breath, feeling the eyes of the world upon her. Her voice is soft and bare as she answers the questions from the broadcast hosts; her brief, nervous sentences caught on the wind. Continue reading.........
Allan Saint-Maximin delivers blazing cameo as Newcastle beat Burnley...
15 hours ago
If Newcastle’s season has been defined in part by Allan Saint-Maximin, he might have rescued it in the space of seven minutes. They were dragged into the relegation battle after he contracted coronavirus in November. Now he may have extricated them from it.Just a third win in 20 games came courtesy of Saint-Maximin’s catalytic cameo and may spare them a fraught finale to the season. They are six points ahead of Fulham and just one behind his victims, Burnley. Safety beckons. Continue reading.........
Aaron Sorkin on How ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ Happened Thanks to… Donald Trump...
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It took writer and director Aaron Sorkin fourteen years after the initial meeting with Steven Spielberg at his house on a Saturday back in 2006 to finally get “The Trial of the Chicago 7” made. And according to Sorkin, it finally came together thanks to former president Donald Trump. “I don’t want to give Donald Trump credit for anything, but he’s the one who got Chicago seven made,” Sorkin tells moderator Jimmie Briggs at The Wrap’s screening series of the film. “Because he would have these protests, he would have these rallies, and there would be protesters at the rallies, and he would start getting nostalgic about the old days when they ‘Carry that guy out of here on a stretcher,’ ‘I’d like to beat the crap out of him,’ ‘Let’s punch him right in the face.'” “Suddenly, American and Anti-American was being defined the old stupid way, if you’re protesting during the singing of the national anthem at a football game, if you’re silently kneeling, you don’t love America,” added Sorkin. Also Read: Aaron Sorkin 'Really Thrilled' at His First Golden Globes Directing Nomination for 'Chicago 7' “Not only that but — I’m sure I’m not telling you anything you don’t know — ‘You’re ungrateful.’ You’re ungrateful to America as if what they really mean by that is that we white people have given you a chance to make a million dollars playing football and this is how you treat us? As if Colin Kaepernick didn’t work his ass off every day of his life to become an elite athlete and he gave it up! Gave it up to do the right thing! That knocks me out.” Given the state of the country at time under Trump, Spielberg convinced Sorkin to go forward. “So Trump and his Trumpness made Steven Spielberg say now is the time to make this movie, and by then I had directed my first film, he said you’re gonna direct it, and now the riots of your problem,” Sorkin said. “We thought the film was plenty relevant last winter when we were making it, we didn’t need and certainly didn’t want it to get more relevant.” “But plainly it did in May, with the killings of George Floyd and Brianna Taylor, protests breaking out and cities all across America, and in a number of those cities those protesters being met once again by riot clubs and tear gas. The grand finale on January 6th, Donald Trump stands at a microphone and does exactly what the Chicago 7 were on trial for doing.” “The Trial of the Chicago 7” is based on a true story of a peaceful protest at the 1968 Democratic National Convention that turned into a violent clash with police and the National Guard and sparked a riot and trial that transfixed the nation. The organizers of the protest-including Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Tom Hayden and Bobby Seale-were charged with conspiracy to incite a riot, and the trial that followed was one of the most notorious in history. Sorkin both wrote and directed “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” and it’s produced by Marc Platt, Stuart Besser, Matt Jackson and Tyler Thompson. The film boasts a cast that includes Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Keaton, Frank Langella, John Carroll Lynch, Eddie Redmayne, Mark Rylance, Alex Sharp, Jeremy Strong, Noah Robbins, Danny Flaherty, Ben Shenkman, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Caitlin Fitzgerald, Alice Kremelberg, John Doman, J.C. MacKenzie, Damien Young, Wayne Duvall and C.J. Wilson alongside Sacha Baron Cohen. Watch the full interview in the embed above. Related stories from TheWrap:'The Trial of the Chicago 7' Fact Check: Did Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin Really Wear Judge Robes to Court?'The Trial of the Chicago 7' Fact Check: Was Bobby Seale Really Bound and Gagged in Court?'The Trial of the Chicago 7' Fact Check: Was 'The Whole World Is Watching' A Real Slogan?......