Arsenal fans jubilant after FA Cup win over Chelsea | AFP

Arsenal fans celebrate outside their home Emirates Stadium following their team’s record 14th FA cup win, beating Chelsea 2-1 in final at an empty Wembley.

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Arsenal fans celebrate their team’s win against Chelsea in the FA Cup final, where captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice to beat Chelsea 2-1.

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Fans celebrate outside Anfield as Liverpool lift Premier League trophy | AFP

Despite pleas for supporters to stay away, thousands of fans crowded around Anfield stadium as Liverpool lifted the Premier League trophy at home after a thrilling 5-3 win over Chelsea.

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London charity shop adjusts to strict COVID-19 rules | AFP

Charity shops have reopened in the England but they have had to adapt to the ‘new normal’. To help fight the spread of coronavirus donated clothes now have to be quarantined for 72 hours, while customers are not allowed to try items on before buying them. At the British Red Cross shop in Kensington & Chelsea, Manager Ernestina Fonseca says she’s confident the store can deal with the new challenges.

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Fans celebrate after Liverpool win Premier League to end 30-year title drought | AFP

Liverpool were crowned Premier League champions on Thursday as Chelsea’s win over Manchester City ended the Reds’ 30-year wait to win the English title, with jubilant fans ignoring social-distancing guidelines to converge on Anfield.

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Coronavirus hits Mass. immigrant enclave hardest

Immigrants of color living in the 2-square-mile Boston suburb of Chelsea are struggling to feed their families because they don’t qualify for unemployment assistance as they contend with the highest coronavirus infection rate in the state (April 22)

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Football: Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta tests positive for coronavirus | AFP

The Premier League is thrown into chaos as Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi both contracted the new coronavirus, leaving at least one game postponed and other fixtures in doubt.

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Champions League: Last 16 draw | AFP

Paris Saint-Germain will face Borussia Dortmund, while Juventus will face Lyon when the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 kicks off in February. Real Madrid are up against Manchester City, Atalanta face Valencia, Atletico Madrid face Liverpool, Chelsea will play Bayern Munich, Tottenham face RB Leipzig and Napoli are facing Barcelona.

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How To Stage And Sell A $5.5M NYC Apartment Model Unit

New developments pop up all the time in New York City, but how do developers get buyers to want to purchase a space before it’s done being built? A model unit. It’s used as a sample to show how the actual unit will look, and it helps buyers envision how they’ll live in and use the space. Cheryl Eisen and her team at Interior Marketing Group are experts in putting in just the right amount of detailed work to help buyers decide to make the big purchase. She showed us exactly how her team does that as they staged a new boutique development in Chelsea.

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Football: Inter Milan name Antonio Conte as coach | AFP

Inter Milan announce the appointment of former Chelsea and Italy boss Antonio Conte as coach with the ambition of moving the club out of Juventus’ shadow.

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Chelsea sweep aside Arsenal in Europa League | AFP

Eden Hazard scored twice in what could be his farewell appearance as Chelsea swept away Arsenal in the Europa League final in Baku, winning 4-1.

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Europa League: Chelsea’s Sarri hopes for Kante to recover

“Kanté is very important, we are trying to recover him”, says Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri on the eve of the Europa League final against Arsenal, as French midfielder is a doubt because of a knee injury. SOUNDBITE

Not a Russian agent? Assange charged with ‘Manning collusion’

After his dramatic arrest, WikiLeaks front man Julian Assange is facing a charge of conspiracy to hack a US government computer.

As remarkable as it may be, the US is now saying that exposing US human rights abuses, wanton murder – committed by the US military, is more serious, than the abuses and murder themselves.

Chelsea, formerly Bradley Manning, was freed by Obama. Judging by the toxicity – on TV, in Washington, Assange shouldn’t be too hopefully.

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Courtois happyabout tranfer to ‘best club in the world’

Thibaut Courtois says his move to Real Madrid from Chelsea is a “dream come true”, as he is unveiled by the European champions at the Santiago Bernabeu. “I wanted the best club in the world,” he added.

‘British touch’ to France-Belgium World Cup semi-final

French and Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud says there will be ‘a British touch’ to the semi-final between France and Belgium as a number of players from both teams currently play in the English Premier League.

Why Penalty Kicks Are Unfair To The Goalie

It’s one of those things that make soccer such an intense and nail-biting sport — penalty shootout. But are penalty kicks actually fair, and how likely is it that the goalie can successfully block a penalty kick? With the help of statistics and economist, Ignacio Palacios-Huerta (who studied more than 11,000 penalty kicks), we take a look at why penalty shootouts are so unfair to the goalies and what can be done about it.

*Correction: The teams that played in the UEFA 2008 Champions League Final were Chelsea and Manchester United.

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Narrator: 0.4 seconds. That’s the time it takes you to blink. It’s also about how long goalkeepers have to save a penalty kick or fail trying. And it’s certainly not enough time for a goalie to react and respond. So goalies can’t solely rely on their speed and agility to save a penalty kick. Instead they have to pretty much guess which direction to go and rely on either luck or game theory.

Game theory is a popular strategy in economics where the outcome of a situation relies more on how well you predict your opponent’s actions than how you perform your own. So since the goalie has no choice but to guess, they’re better off guessing logically than randomly. That’s where economists come in. 

Ignacio Palacios-Huerta: I would like to know what you do in the last 80 penalty kicks you faced? Do you have any tendencies? What does this guy do against right-footed kickers versus left-footed kickers?

Narrator: That’s economist Ignacio Palacios-Huerta. He studied over 11,000 penalty kicks, and in 2008 during the UEFA Champions League Final, it paid off, sort of. It was Manchester United against Chelsea. The game came down to a penalty shootout which was the perfect opportunity for Chelsea to put Huerta’s advice into action. Along with several pointers Huerta had given Chelsea’s goalie a key insight about Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo would almost certainly kick the ball to the right if he paused on the run-up. And the advice worked. Ronaldo indeed paused and indeed kicked the ball to the right. Chelsea’s goalie followed Huerta’s advice and made the save. Ultimately Manchester United won the game, but despite Chelsea’s loss, it was clear that economists and statisticians can help even the odds when it comes to penalty kicks.

Because otherwise, it’s a crap shoot for the goalie. In 2014 for example, FiveThirtyEight calculated that 72.5% of penalties in World Cup history went in. For all competitions worldwide, it’s even higher. And when you take a closer look, it’s no wonder. Human response time takes roughly 1/10 of a second to kick in. The average kicker kicks a 70 mile per hour ball, which means the goalie won’t even register the ball’s direction until it’s about 25 feet away. It will take him another .5 to .7 seconds to react and reach for the ball, but by that point, it’s all over. Now the goalie can improve the odds if they start to move before the ball is even kicked, but the goalie still has to basically guess a side and just go for it. So if time is the goalie’s enemy, maybe we should just move the penalty kicker further back. But for now, economists are a goalie’s best friend when it comes to stopping penalty kicks, and turns out, Huerta is helping a team in the 2018 World Cup, though he wouldn’t tell us who.

The Stan Collymore Show: Xavi, Mark Bosnich and 2018 FIFA World Cup kick-off

2010 World Cup winner Xavi shares his thoughts on Spain’s managerial shake-up and their rivals;

Former Australia, Manchester United and Chelsea goalkeeper Mark Bosnich is in Moscow supporting his fellow Socceroos and has some stories to share;

Join Stan on the streets of Moscow while he meets fans from around the world, tastes Russian cuisine and tries new sneakers dedicated to the city… and watches the opening match of the greatest football event on earth.

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The Stan Collymore Show: Frank Leboeuf, Ian Rush and WC2018 Group C

– Frank Leboeuf on playing for France in the 1998 World Cup, national celebrations in Paris after the final and becoming an actor after quitting his football career.
– Ian Rush gets a ‘Legends of Sport’ Award in London. We speak to the man himself about the accolade and WC2018, and get comment from football luminaries including Graeme Souness and Dietmar Hamann.
– What would you do at the ‘Fabric of Football Exhibition’ when faced with myriad priceless football kits? Football stars Juan Mata and Ruud Gullit pick their favourites.
– World Cup 2018 Group C breakdown – Les Bleus, The Incas, Christian Eriksen and the Socceroos.

Frank Leboeuf – Former Chelsea and France
[01:10] Playing for France before WC1998
[02:35] French players in the English Premier League
[04:06] Call-up by France for WC1998
[05:06] Replacing Laurent Blanc
[06:30] Minutes before the World Cup final
[06:57] Is it easier for the host to play at the World Cup?
[09:54] Post-final celebrations
[10:49] Becoming an actor after the end of the football career

Ian Rush receives Legends of Sport Award
[12:54] Sky Sports Presenter Chris Kamara on Ian’s accomplishments
[13:20] Graeme Souness about playing alongside Ian Rush
[14:25] Ian Rush comments
[15:16] Dietmar Hamann on Ian Rush

Fabric of Football Exhibition
[17:07] Juan Mata (Manchester United and Spain) picks his favourite kit
[16:25] Ruud Gullit (Former AC Milan and The Netherlands) on his favourite player
[18:08] Gullit’s ‘most beautiful shirt in the world’
[19:08] ..and the ugliest one

[19:40] World Cup 2018 Group С breakdown

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Take A Look Inside This Avocado-Only Restaurant

Avocaderia is located in Brooklyn, NY. The opening of the restaurant quickly went viral. They go through hundreds of organic avocados from Mexico each day.

A previous version of this article said “Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran of “Shark Tank” have invested $400,000 in an avocado-only restaurant”. Alessandro and Francesco were still negotiating the agreement with Cuban and Corcoran at the time of the interview but they actually never completed the investment process so they are not currently among our shareholders.

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Alessandro:  So we decided to open Avocaderia because we realized that it was really hard to find healthy food that was actually not boring that was actually very tasty. And avocados are the perfect ingredient for that type of food.  because avocados are very healthy they have a lot of nutrients and it is also a nutrient booster when added to other ingredients. But at the same time, it is a fatty fruit and that makes it very tasty, very satisfying to eat. Avocados are also extremely versatile so they go very well with a lot of different ingredients and as well as you know working well in toast, in bowls, in smoothies and desserts as well. so we can be very creative and come up with a lot of different recipes.  

Francesco: I think that’s really the beauty of our menu. You can get savory, you can get sweets, you can get drinks. And everything is avocado and most important everything is healthy on the menu.

Alessandro: “Shark Tank” was an incredible experience from the beginning to the end.

We were approached by one of the producers and then we went through the whole application process. We were like, maybe it is too early to do this but then we said no why not? We are growing very fast and we could definitely use an investment right now. So we decided to join. Likely we were selected. It was a very long and tough application process.  

So at the end from “Shark Tank” we were able to convince the sharks  Barbara Corcoran and Mark Cuban and they invested $400,000 in exchange for 20% of the company.

The idea for us was really to try to get access to these people which of course are incredible entrepreneurs. They all built their companies and their fortune in a good way and they could also be good mentors for us. And so that’s why we wanted to go there. and look for this first investment to potentially keep growing the company.

So we are going to use this investment in order to further grow the presence of Avocaderia in New York, especially in Manhattan. We are currently working on opening our second location in Chelsea. We are very excited about that. And then we are going to be scouting for more locations. The plan is to open 20 locations in the next five years. Also of course in other cities.   

Francesco: It’s a great experience for customers because many of the products you see on the show— it’s really hard to get to know the person that is behind the product. And being a restaurant you really have this like face-to-face interaction. So it’s great for them to come, to see the restaurant, talk to us. We are very happy when people are happy. It has been so great for us.