“It’s a disgraceful decision,” said the Spurs boss. “If City are not guilty of it, then you are not punished with €10m. read also:Mourinho targets third Europa League title with Spurs next season “If you’re not guilty then you shouldn’t have a fine. If they are guilty then the decision is also a disgrace and you should be banned from the competition. “I don’t know if Manchester City are guilty or not but either way, it’s a disgraceful decision.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Tottenham boss, Jose Mourinho, has slammed the decision to overturn Manchester City’s two-season UEFA ban. Mourinho has labelled the decision as “disgraceful” and “a disaster”. City are free to play in Europe’s premier club competition next term, having seen their two-year ban overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. However, a £26.8million fine was reduced to £8.9million.Advertisement Loading… Promoted ContentWe’re Getting More Game Of Thrones: Enter House Of The Dragon!The Most Exciting Cities In The World To VisitTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeLook At Something Beautiful That Wasn’t Made By A Human BeingWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?8 Scenes That Prove TV Has Gone Too Far6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueWhy Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do ThisThe Most Exciting Cities In The World To VisitWorld’s Most Delicious Foods
Angel Di Maria insists he does not want to leave Manchester United but admits he is at a loss as to why he has fallen out of favour at Old Trafford. The Argentinian joined the Red Devils for a British-record £59.7million in the summer but, after a promising start to his career in England, injury and a loss of form saw him finish the season on the bench. That has prompted some talk of a move away, with reports in Spain suggesting Barcelona are set to make an audacious move for the forward who only left arch-rivals Real Madrid 10 months ago. But Di Maria, currently at the Copa America with Argentina, has stressed he will stay and fight for his place, despite revealing he is in an “uncomfortable” position. “I started well with goals and assists,” he told Argentinian newspaper Ole. “I was having a good time, until I was outside (of the first team). “It’s a little hard to explain why I do not play.” Asked if he was uncomfortable, he added: “‘Yes, for me and my family. Because not everything goes as I want, because I don’t play. “I came with an intention and ended up on the bench. It’s hard to say how I feel there. “No (I will not leave) because I’m not thinking like that. “In Madrid there were times when I was whistled around the stadium but I faced it and then it turned around. I like to deal with things. “I’ve demonstrated what I do for several years.” Press Association
MASON CITY — A Mason City business was closed Wednesday after an SUV was driven into the business.The Mason City Police Department says at around 10 o’clock yesterday morning, 58-year-old James Lee was backing his SUV up to the main doors of the Kwik Coin Laundry at 18 North Monroe, but the vehicle continued over a large concrete barrier and into the business.The department’s Mike McKelvey says improper backing, speed and possibly worn brakes may have been contributing factors to the crash. Lee’s vehicle was towed from the scene and he was cited for failing to prove that he had insurance for the vehicle.Damage was extensive enough to the building that there were concerns about structural safety from city building inspectors, and health officials temporarily closed Kwik Coin as well as the adjoining Gyro Hut. McKelvey says once repairs have been made and the locations pass inspection, they will be allowed to re-open for business.