And how did we not know about something this hilariously awesome?
Arsenal’s Ivan Gazidis has offered his praise to Brendan Rodger’s philosophy at Liverpool, which he described as “brave”.
Yep, no turning back at this firm.
Jefferies Group, the investment bank that’s 1/28th the size of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., is more effectively avoiding trading losses this year than larger Wall Street firms.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said he did the U.S. a favor by buying Bear Stearns Cos. in 2008 and he might not go through with it again because of how much the deal ultimately cost.
Top executives at buyout firms including Blackstone Group, KKR, Bain Capital and Carlyle Group assured each other in e-mails that they wouldn’t compete on deals to avoid driving up prices and angering competitors, according to a now public court complaint.
No mutinies on this occasion, just the ones going on in the Manchester United players mind as he has a rather mind-slipping moment during training with the French national team.
England take on San Marino in their next World Qualifier at the end of this week. Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur players are among those who will be needed to take them to victory.
With their excellent midfield pulling the strings, just imagine if Arsenal still had their former captain up front.
The two home nations face off in a vital World Cup qualifier with both managers needing a win to fend off supporter criticism. Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Arsenal, Sunderland and Stoke City players take centre stage.