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Manchester United news: Jose Mourinho wants to become 'The Perfect One' after cleaning up his touchline antics

Mourinho wants recognition for his better behaviour on the touchline Saturday, February 10, 2018 The Special One is trying to become the Perfect One as Jose Mourinho looks to become the Premier League’s best behaved boss. The Manchester United manager’s touchline histrionics have been well documented over the years, leading the Portuguese to regularly clash with football’s authorities. But Mourinho is making a focused effort to change tack at a time of refereeing scrutiny, such as Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s anger towards officials after last weekend’s frenetic 2-2 draw with…

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EU wants to restrict single market access to UK

The European Union wants to be able to restrict the UK’s access to the single market if there is a dispute after Brexit, a leaked document suggests. The power to suspend “certain benefits” would apply during the post-Brexit transition phase before the final arrangements come into force. It is revealed in a draft section of the UK and EU’s withdrawal agreement, which has yet to be finalised. The UK said the document simply reflected the EU’s “stated directives”. Theresa May is to chair the first of two key Brexit meetings…

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The Cleveland Museum of Art Wants You To Play With Its Art

It wasn’t that it was the first museum to attempt to “go digital.” It was that the Cleveland Museum of Art did it in a meaningful way that went beyond augmented reality phone apps that, when you point your phone toward an object you like, superimpose an informative fact over the piece. CMA worked with creative firms, such as Design I/O, to create ARTLENS, a gallery that incorporates physical artwork with their digital representations in interactive, gesture-based games. In a game called “Line Shape,” for instance, you create a squiggle…

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Antonio Conte: Chelsea boss wants club to give public vote of confidence

Antonio Conte says he is giving “all of himself” to Chelsea and has asked the club to reciprocate with a public vote of confidence. The Blues boss won the Premier League title in his first season in charge at Chelsea but has come under scrutiny this season amid his side’s poor form. Conte has 18 months remaining on his contract at Stamford Bridge. “I’d like to have a statement to support against this speculation,” said the 48-year-old Italian. “Maybe I’d like that the club prepare a statement to tell the…

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Alan Pardew wants improved contract for Jonny Evans at West Brom

West Brom boss Alan Pardew has urged the Baggies board to improve their contract offer to Jonny Evans. Albion rejected a deadline day bid, rising to £12million, from Arsenal with the Baggies determined to hold onto their captain late in the window. A new deal has been tentatively discussed this season, but Evans is unlikely to sign anything until the summer, when it will be clear which division Albion are in. The defender is understood to have a £3million relegation release clause in his current contract and the Baggies are…

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Miki Agrawal Wants America to Embrace the Bidet

Jesse Wintermute, a thirty-two-year-old masseur who specializes in lower-back pain, was recently hired to work a house party in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He didn’t know until he arrived, with a portable massage table in tow, that it was a party to celebrate “the year of the asshole.” The host was Miki Agrawal, the controversial co-founder of the period-proof-underwear company Thinx, who was promoting her lesser-known company, Tushy, which makes attachable home bidets. Learning of the event’s purpose, Wintermute was unfazed. “I’m a gay man,” he said. “I spend a lot of…

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Philadelphia wants safe injection sites to help opioid fight

Philadelphia wants to become the first U.S. city to allow supervised drug injection sites as a way to combat the opioid epidemic, officials announced Tuesday, saying they are seeking outside operators to establish one or more in the city. Public Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley said the sites could be “a life-saving strategy and a pathway to treatment,” and would be just one piece of the city’s overall plan to fight the epidemic. “No one here condones or supports illegal drug use in any way,” Farley said. “We want people…

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