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Varcoe: Good, bad and way too much ugly in new Alberta budget

There’s a little bit of good, a lot more bad and a whole bunch of ugly buried within the Alberta government’s budget released Thursday.

The good news for Finance Minister Joe Ceci comes on a couple of fronts, with higher oil prices projected and new pipelines expected to pay dividends, while Alberta’s greenhouse gas emissions finally peak in the early 2020s. 908 more words

Politics

Why #kloppout Is A Cop Out

I wasn’t going to touch on the subject of Liverpool FC this week, but something caught my eye that I thought I should absolutely give my 2 cents about. 559 more words

Football

7 Things Every Manager Should Learn From Pep Guardiola

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Whether or not you are a soccer fan, you must have heard about Pep Guardiola. Regarded as one of the best players of his generation, he became one of the most successful soccer managers of all time. 712 more words

Articles

Jamie Redknapp explains why following Arsene Wenger will be much easier than replacing Sir Alex Ferguson

Succeeding Arsene Wenger at Arsenal will be an easier job than replacing former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

That’s the view of former Liverpool and Tottenham star Jamie Redknapp as talk of Wenger calling time on his Arsenal career increases. 314 more words

Football

Beckham’s confession over United exit

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DAVID Beckham admits he made mistakes at Manchester United that led to a breakdown in relations with former manager Sir Alex Ferguson. 2,439 more words

All Sports

Sir Alex Ferguson believes a calmer Jose Mourinho is benefiting Manchester United

Sir Alex Ferguson believes Manchester United are starting to reap the benefits from a calm and controlled Jose Mourinho.

A series of damaging draws appears to have cost United any hope of a first Premier League title since the Scot’s final season in charge at Old Trafford but, having masterminded a 17-game unbeaten run in all competitions, Mourinho has provided cause for optimism. 250 more words

Football