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Take a look at the places in Dallas where history was made the day President John F. Kennedy was shot, Nov. 22, 1963, vs. what those spots look like today.
Paris Saint-Germain won their first league title in 19 years on Sunday, and all of Paris will be partying tonight.
Even the Eiffel Tower decided to get in on the celebrations, as it lit up with the colors of PSG after the championship-clinching win over Lyon. Hopefully the monument will stay away from the champagne, though. It sways enough already — over-the-top partying could mean a little too much wobbling.
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An early exit after 27 years: Sir Alex steps down in his own style
The numbers pop out of his resume like eyes out of a cartoon character: he won 27 major trophies with United over the same number of years; he outlasted 116 managers on seven major European clubs; and he’s won 75% of his home games at Old Trafford. Nothing satisfied his hunger for success, and his diet never consisted of anything but winning. He’s always the first man at Carrington, the team’s training facility in Greater Manchester, there before staff and players as early as 5 a.m. He’s said over and over that he has trouble envisioning life without football. Retirement was something he wasn’t exactly ready for. “Nobody’s getting rid of me,” Sir Alex Ferguson told The Guardian in March.
Nobody – not the media, not the club, not his body – but himself did.