Two journalists attacked in southern city of Kherson

first_img Reporters Without Borders today called on the Ukrainian authorities to give journalists better protection after photographer Maxim Soloviev and reporter Natalia Kozarenko of the weekly Vhoru were physically attacked by suspected private security guards on 12 July in the southern city of Kherson and their equipment was taken.”The seizure of equipment and material from journalists is a serious violation of their freedom to inform the public, and is even more serious when force is used,” the press freedom organisation said, urging interior minister Yuri Lutsenko to do whatever is necessary to ensure the safety of journalists in Ukraine, especially in the Kherson region.The incident took place when the two Vhoru journalists went to cover the dismantling of the privately-owned shop Columbia on Suvorova street in the centre of Kherson following a dispute between the owner and spurned would-be purchasers in which both judicial and city authorities have become involved.Soloviev and Kozarenko were prevented from approaching the shop by three men who initially identified themselves as police, then as government officials, and finally as “Ukrainian citizens.” They grabbed the journalists and one of them began to throttle Soloviev until he let go of his digital camera. They also roughed up Kozarenko and snatched her tape-recorder. The equipment was later returned, but without the camera’s memory card and the tape-recorder’s cassette. The journalists, who sustained just a few bruises, said their enquiries indicated their assailants were employees of a privately-owned security company who had probably been hired to prevent the press or any other persons from obstructing the dismantling of the shop. Police, who stood by during the incident without intervening, later aid they would try to identify the assailants.Vhoru editor Natalia Bimbirayte has asked Aleksander Efimenko, the interior ministry official responsible for the Kherson Oblast region, to investigate. He promised to look into the case. News to go further Organisation News Crimean journalist “confesses” to spying for Ukraine on Russian TV Ukraine escalates “information war” by banning three pro-Kremlin media Help by sharing this information UkraineEurope – Central Asia Follow the news on Ukraine September 7, 2020 Find out morecenter_img March 26, 2021 Find out more News RSF_en Receive email alerts News February 26, 2021 Find out more July 15, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Two journalists attacked in southern city of Kherson Ukrainian media group harassed by broadcasting authority UkraineEurope – Central Asia last_img read more

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Press release: CMA requires Electro Rent to sell its UK arm

first_imgFull information on the Electro Rent / Microlease merger inquiry can be found on the case page.Notes for editors The merged business would be the only suitable UK supplier for a large number of customers. It is unlikely that the new company would be prevented from using its position to increase prices or reduce its quality of service to customers by new entrants or expansion of established companies. Having looked at this in detail and sought views from a range of market participants, we therefore consider that Electro Rent needs to sell its pre-merger UK business to preserve competition. We have set strict purchaser criteria to make sure the buyer will be able to operate the business to compete effectively before the CMA approves the sale. Electro Rent, a global corporation with its headquarters in the US, acquired Microlease in February 2017. Both companies were close competitors in the rental of specialist equipment that tests and measures the performance of electronic devices used in industries such as telecommunications, defence, utilities and information technology.The completed merger of the two businesses was referred to a group of independent panel members at the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) for an in-depth phase 2 investigation in October last year, after an initial phase 1 investigation identified competition concerns.The group has today published its final decision, finding that Electro Rent’s purchase of Microlease is likely to lead to a worse deal for renters of testing and measurement equipment. They found that Electro Rent, though significantly smaller than Microlease in the UK, was the only other rental company operating in the country to have the resources and stock to compete effectively with Microlease.The group has therefore concluded that it is likely the merger will lead to a substantial lessening of competition in the sector, and a worse deal for UK customers. It has decided that the merged business will have to sell Electro Rent UK to a new owner, to be approved by the CMA, in order to preserve competition.Simon Polito, Inquiry Chair, said:center_img The business that is to be sold, Electro Rent UK, is the former UK operations of Electro Rent. The merged company will continue to operate in the UK with the former Microlease business. Electro Rent and Microlease are both global corporations each with worldwide annual revenues of around £120 million. The head office of Electro Rent is in the US, and that of Microlease is in the UK. Electro Rent acquired Microlease in January 2017. In February 2017 the CMA called in the merger for a phase 1 review. Electro Rent initially offered to sell its UK business to a competitor, in order to overcome the CMA’s concerns. However, the purchaser withdrew from the deal, and the CMA therefore referred the case for a phase 2 investigation on 19 October 2017. On 5 February 2018 the group published its provisional findings and notice of possible remedies and invited views. The group considered responses to its provisional findings and its remedies notice. All the CMA’s functions in phase 2 merger inquiries are performed by inquiry groups chosen from the CMA’s panel members. The appointed inquiry group are the decision-makers on phase 2 inquiries. The CMA’s panel members come from a variety of backgrounds, including economics, law, accountancy and/or business; the membership of an inquiry group usually reflects a mix of expertise and experience. The members of this inquiry group are Simon Polito (Inquiry Chair), Jeremy Newman, Jayne Scott and David Thomas. Media enquiries to the CMA should be directed to [email protected] or 020 3738 6460.last_img read more

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Press release: UK and Nigeria step up cooperation to end Boko Haram threat

first_img No-one should live in fear of being targeted by militants or forced from their homes, and no child should lose out on an education because of the threat of terror. Insecurity, violence and extremism destabilise countries and regions and undermine growth – holding back entire generations from reaching their potential. It is only when people are safe and communities stable that nations have the opportunity to thrive. We are determined to work side by side with Nigeria to help them fight terrorism, reduce conflict, and lay the foundations for the future stability and prosperity that will benefit us all. deliver a new £13 million programme to educate 100,000 children living in the conflict zone whose teachers have fled and schools been destroyed, by providing equipment, teacher training, and safe places to learn; and implement a new Nigerian crisis response mechanism, similar to the UK’s COBR system, to help the government respond to incidents like terror attacks so it can protect its citizens and British nationals and businesses in the country; and cut the number of new recruits joining Boko Haram by tackling the lies and false information spread by the group to attract new members – including by working with communities to push out counter-narratives and drawing on the UK’s experience of countering terrorist propaganda at home and as part of the global campaign against Daesh. Through the new partnership – signed in Abuja today – the UK and Nigeria will also work together to: Beyond terrorism, the agreement sets out how we will work together to strengthen policing, reduce piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, tackle organised crime – including kidnapping and trafficking, and stamp out corruption. A new civil asset recovery task force will help Nigeria recover stolen assets held in Britain and stop criminals using the UK as a safe haven for the proceeds of corruption.To enable this closer partnership on security and defence, we have agreed to establish an enhanced human rights dialogue to ensure our joint work is in line with international human rights standards.The partnership will also create a regular forum for ministers on both sides to meet and discuss common challenges and priorities so we can make sure cooperation continues to evolve to tackle new and emerging security threats. The first ever UK-Nigeria security and defence partnership will transform the way we work together to tackle shared threats and keep our people safe, Theresa May said today.The new Partnership will lay the foundations for us to step up efforts to promote our shared stability, prosperity and growth, through a series of new initiatives to help Nigeria defeat Boko Haram and Islamic State West Africa.The terror groups are responsible for the deaths of over 20,000 people, with almost 2 million still forced to live away from their homes in the north east of the country.Today’s agreement will help stop this regional menace from spreading and posing a direct threat to the UK.Under the new partnership the UK will expand its provision of equipment and training for the Nigerian military to help them protect themselves from the threat of improvised explosive devices used by terrorists. This will save soldiers’ lives and better equip them to combat Boko Haram’s insurgency-style tactics.The UK has also offered to help Nigeria – for the first time – train full army units before they deploy to the North East. Currently, soldiers are trained individually – not in their fighting teams. Training full units will give Nigerian forces a shared understanding and experience that will make them better able to defeat the enemy.This will build on the UK’s work to help Nigeria train more than 30,000 troops since 2015.Prime Minister Theresa May said:last_img read more

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Morrisons fined £55k for selling mouldy pork pie

first_imgMorrisons has been fined £55,000 after it sold a mouldy pork pie from the deli counter at its Elvetham Heath store in Fleet, Hampshire.Wm Morrison Supermarkets plc pleaded guilty to four offences under the Food Safety & Hygiene (England) Regulations 2013 when it appeared before Basingstoke Magistrates Court on 25 May 2017.Morrisons was fined a total of £55,000, as well as costs of £14,396.22 and a £120 victim surcharge. The fine was reduced from £90,000 due to the submission of an early guilty plea.The retailer was taken to court by Hart District Council following a complaint from a customer, who discovered the filling of the pork pie was contaminated with mould.Following the complaint, Environmental Health officer Nicola Ramsey visited the store and found a further mouldy pork pie being offered for sale in a refrigerated display cabinet, which was above the legal temperature for the safe storage of high-risk food.Ramsey made subsequent visits to support the store in improving its compliance with food safety legislation and found further breaches, including a food handler wearing dirty gloves while handling open foods.“It was disappointing that Wm Morrison Supermarkets plc did not heed previous warnings regarding temperature control and general hygiene standards, which ultimately resulted in mouldy food being sold to a vulnerable member of the public,” Ramsey said.“Prosecution is a last resort but was necessary given the severity of the offences.”Morrisons said it was sorry about these issues, which happened more than 12 months ago at its store in Fleet.“Our new management have made improvements that have restored our Food Hygiene Rating to give the highest rating available,” the retailer said in a statement following the court hearing.last_img read more

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Watch Dave Chappelle & T.I. Hop In On Impromptu “Rubber Band Man” Jam In New Orleans

first_img[H/T Offbeat] New Orleans is certainly known for their impromptu jams, taking place on all sorts of street corners at all hours of the day and night. Last night, it was Dave Chappelle and rapper T.I. that engaged with fellow NOLA musicians for an enormous jam session outside of Rare Form on Frenchmen Street. Lettuce’s trumpeter Eric “Benny” Bloom and saxophonist Khris Royal were part of the jam, following their show with Danny Abel & Friends at The Maison.While of course the best way to experience these kinds of moments is in real life, a few Instagram clips have emerged. French producer Frederic Yonnet was on site, and shared this video of the “Rubber Band Man” jam:last_img

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Lawyer For Fyre Festival Founder Billy McFarland Pleads For Lenient Sentencing, Citing Mental Illness

first_imgThe bizarre saga of Fyre Festival continued to get even stranger on Friday. In a session with the Manhattan judge preparing to sentence fraudulent young “founder” Billy McFarland, lawyers asked for leniency, claiming that McFarland suffered from mental illness when he orchestrated the historic shit-show.According to Billboard, defense attorney Randall Jackson cited a psychological report saying McFarland suffers from Bipolar Related Disorder and may sometimes have “delusional beliefs of having special and unique talents that will lead to fame and fortune.”While Jackson’s description no-doubt fits McFarland’s profile, the move feels like the legal equivalent of a late-game hail mary pass. McFarland and Ja Rule‘s Fyre Festival promised an upper-crust private island lap of luxury but promptly imploded and devolved into a virtual refugee situation just hours after the event began. McFarland and his company, Fyre Media, were quickly hit with a barrage of legal action, including a $100M class action suit filed by Fyre Festival attendees and various criminal charges brought on behalf of investors.You may be asking yourself, with conditions as they were, how did McFarland and his team allow the event to go on at all? As he admitted in court in March, he had “grossly underestimated” the resources and infrastructure needed to produce an event of Fyre Festival’s initially alleged scale–and “grossly underestimated” sounds like a gross underestimation of the extent of the event organizers’ cluelessness.According to one person on the organizing team in an early interview with NY Mag, the actual, practical situation seemed utterly lost on those in charge. During a pre-event site visit, Ja Rule reportedly made a toast to the organizing team about the coming celebration: “To living like movie stars, partying like rock stars, and fucking like porn stars.” At a last-minute meeting with staff to discuss potentially cancelling the festival before it started, one unnamed exec brushed off the serious concerns of the staff with the same hubris and delusions of grandeur that marred the entire operation: “Let’s just do it and be legends, man.” Yeah… Can’t make this shit up.In March, McFarland pleaded guilty to misleading investors, agreeing to forfeit more than $26M. He also amassed several new fraud charges pertaining to yet another scheme in which he sold fake tickets to major events including Coachella, Super Bowl LII, and the MET Gala. According to prosecutors, McFarland scammed 30 people out of at least $150,000 and also attempted to pay an employee with a $25,000 fraudulent check.The combination of the charges against him amount to a sentence of up to 115 years in prison, although he was only expected to only receive 10–14 years at his sentencing next month prior to Friday’s new development. It’s unclear whether it will make a difference in the judge’s decision.Who knows whether or not Billy McFarland really suffers from a mental illness that led to his “delusional beliefs of having special and unique talents that will lead to fame and fortune?” From the outside looking in, it’s been pretty clear to everyone in the world for some time that this guy has a couple screws loose. Maybe he doesn’t deserve to spend his life in jail, and it’s likely he won’t. But playing that card this far into the game seems many days late and millions of dollars short.[H/T Billboard]last_img read more

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Polish parliament moves to spur renewable energy development

first_imgPolish parliament moves to spur renewable energy development FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享EURACTIV:Poland’s upper house of parliament approved an amendment to the country’s renewable energy law on Friday (29 June) meant to remove obstacles to green energy investment and help Warsaw meet EU targets.Poland’s conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party won the 2015 election partly with promises to sustain the traditional coal industry. In 2016, the government banned construction of new wind farms close to dwellings and imposed new taxes on investors that made many wind farms loss-making.It also took Poland off the track to meet its EU target of 15% of energy from renewables overall in gross final energy consumption–with sub-targets including renewable electricity, green heat and transport – by 2020.But as part of a wider plan to ease tensions with the EU, which has criticized the PiS over its politicization of the judiciary, and in light of falling production of high-polluting coal, Poland changed direction towards green energy this year.In March the government proposed the amendment to remove the tax disincentives and kick off auctions under a new subsidy system in which renewable producers would be assured a stable price for their energy in any given period.A phase out of government subsidies for coal power, supported by the European Parliament under a proposed revision of EU electricity market rules, was rejected by the Polish power sector as a reflection of “double standards” in Europe because it leaves German coal plants largely off the hook.More: Polish parliament approves changes to green energy lawlast_img read more

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While in the White House, Economist Received Personal Loans From Top Washington Lawyer

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York By Jesse Eisinger, ProPublicaIn 2011, Gene Sperling had a problem. He was working as President Obama’s chief economic advisor but his government salary did not cover his expenses. He and his wife lived in a Georgetown townhouse valued today at around $2 million, but did not have enough equity to qualify for a second mortgage or credit line. He didn’t want to sell the house and he wanted to keep working at a prestigious but relatively low-paid public service job.And so Sperling turned to a close friend from law school: Howard Shapiro. A top partner at the Washington powerhouse law firm WilmerHale, Shapiro had loaned Sperling money before and was willing to do so again. Sperling asked the White House Counsel’s office and the Office of Government Ethics for permission to borrow from Shapiro, whose firm frequently negotiates with the government on behalf of some of the nation’s leading corporations. Officials approved the transactions.So in 2011, Sperling borrowed between $100,000 and $250,000 from Shapiro at 5 percent, a rate that appears to be well below the interest banks charged at the time for comparable loans. Sperling listed his borrowing on his financial disclosure forms.In each of the next two years, Sperling went to Shapiro again, taking out two more loans that brought his debt to a total of between $300,000 and $600,000. (The forms require disclosure of a range, not specific figures.) The loans are unsecured. Sperling consolidated earlier loans from Shapiro, one made in 2006 and the 2011 loan, into the later ones.Today, Sperling is advising the Hillary Clinton campaign on economics. In a “Funny or Die” spoof shown last month to the Democratic National Convention, he warned that Donald Trump’s policies would lead to dangerous levels of debt for the country.Sperling served as a counselor to the Treasury Secretary in 2009 and 2010. He became the director of the National Economic Council at the White House in January 2011 and served until early 2014. Now in the private sector, he consults with a variety of companies, including the asset manager Pimco, home sharing service Airbnb and Renovate America, a green energy finance company.Shapiro is a partner and litigator at WilmerHale and the firm routinely represents clients with business before the federal government. Shapiro and WilmerHale’s clients have included major financial institutions, such as Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase.The loans from Shapiro to Sperling were reviewed and cleared by White House Counsel and the Office of Government Ethics, according to White House spokesman Eric Schultz. No issue came before Sperling that prompted him to recuse himself.Experts questioned whether an ordinary person could obtain hundreds of thousands of dollars in unsecured loans from a bank or other lender. Personal loans exist, but typically max out at around $40,000 or $50,000 and carry higher interest rates than what Shapiro charged his friend.In an illustration of the typical rate for unsecured consumer loans, Sperling reported on those same forms that he had received a consumer loan in 2011 for dental care from Care Credit that carried an interest rate of 14.9 percent. That same year, he was paying 13.15 percent interest on credit card debt of between $15,000 and $50,000.Craig Holman, a government ethics specialist of Public Citizen, said that the transactions appear to be at odds with federal ethics rules. Because the loans were at below-market rates, Holman said, Sperling received a financial benefit akin to a gift. Federal rules bar executive branch employees from accepting gifts from “prohibited sources,” defined as anyone with business before the federal government. There can be exemptions for personal friendship, but Holman said such gifts should be barred because of the conflicts of interest they pose.“I have a hard time seeing how such a major law firm would not have any business pending before White House,” Holman said. “This would appear to me to violate ethics rules. I don’t see any way around it,” he says.Sperling said in a statement emailed to ProPublica that he violated no rules. “Until I left the White House in 2014 at the age of 55, I had worked every single year of my career in either public service or in near-full time non-profit work. When our savings were depleted during my most recent public service, I took personal loans from my very closest friend of more than 30 years so that I could afford to remain in public service without having to sell our house when we had only two more years left with both of our children at home.“Prior to receiving the loans, I discussed them with the Office of the White House Counsel, and the White House Counsel and the Office of Government Ethics approved them. The loans were disclosed on my financial disclosure forms each year and were completely available to the public as early as four years ago. Only now, four years later has there been an effort — clearly an organized effort — to make an issue of them.”Other ethics experts were less concerned than Holman. That it was disclosed and cleared by the ethics office “takes the guy off the hook. What more is he supposed to do?” says Kenneth Gross, a partner at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom who specializes in federal gift and gratuity rules.WilmerHale did not comment. Shapiro did not respond to calls and an email requesting comment.Sperling spent almost his entire career in public service, working for various political campaigns and serving in the Clinton administration, where he was also director of the National Economic Council. In 2008, Sperling had income of $2.2 million, according to a Bloomberg story. He made $887,727 from Goldman Sachs and $158,000 for speeches, the majority to financial companies.Shapiro is WilmerHale’s chair of its Litigation/Controversy Department and a member of its Securities Department. He specializes in white-collar defense and complex corporate litigation. Shapiro himself was criticized for his judgment while serving in government. As the FBI’s general counsel under President Bill Clinton, Shapiro tipped off the White House about a potentially damaging Congressional investigation.Sperling played a role in at least one matter that concerned some clients of WilmerHale. In 2012, President Obama singled Sperling out to thank him for his role in the federal and state government’s settlement with five major financial institutions over foreclosure and mortgage servicing abuses. WilmerHale was one of the many law firms involved in negotiating the settlement. Sperling says he was not involved in the negotiations, but only helped decide that settlement money would go toward reducing principal on mortgages for borrowers whose homes were worth less than their mortgages.In 2011, Congress passed a patent reform law that contained an amendment that helped WilmerHale. The amendment would have relieved the law firm of a possible $214 million malpractice payment to a client.Sperling oversaw patent reform as part of his work at the White House. Sperling says he had no involvement in the bill, which was signed by President Obama in September 2011.ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for their newsletter.last_img read more

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How domestic violence victims can get help while under quarantine

first_img“It’s really scary and that’s where our agency is taking it really seriously,” said RISE NY Advocacy Services Manager, Rebecca Staudt. Staudt says the best way to stay safe in this situation is to call or get to their resources to devise a plan as soon as possible. Organizers say they did have to temporarily close their shelter because it would involve people being too close during the pandemic and hope to have it back open as soon as possible. In the meantime, they have relocated the people already in their shelter and are keeping all of their other services open to people. “That advocate will come up with safety planning with you as well as a safe word to text or to call to check in on you and make sure that you’re safe,” said Staudt. Staudt says there’s a hotline that works locally, which is: (607) 754-4340. She says if you don’t have a connection to a phone, you can reach out through their Facebook page or their email. RISE NY is making sure despite having to work remotely and many people going into quarantine, many of their services continue to help victims of domestic violence. (WBNG) — While many are in quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic, some people are often facing terrible situations with an abuser at home. However, one organization is letting you know there is hope.last_img read more

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The two reasons Luis Enrique has no interest in replacing Unai Emery as Arsenal manager

first_img Leicester 2- 0 Arsenal: Unai Emery post-match press conferenceTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Play VideoLoaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 7:35FullscreenLeicester 2- 0 Arsenal: Unai Emery post-match press conferencehttps://metro.co.uk/video/leicester-2-0-arsenal-unai-emery-post-match-press-conference-2045626/This is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Despite Emery’s apparently precarious position, Arsenal appear to have distanced themselves from the suggestion they are considering the head coach’s position.The club are said to be confident that, despite a worrying run of form which dates back to the end of last season, the Spaniard is capable of turning the club’s fortunes around.Emery was heavily backed in the transfer market last summer, and club chiefs were said to be encouraged by the performance of the team at Leicester before Vardy’s 68th minute opener.The former PSG and Sevilla coach, meanwhile, pleaded for calm in his post match press conference and claimed he was pleased at the way in which his players carried out his game plan. Edu and Raul Sanllehi watched Arsenal’s defeat at Leicester from the stands (Picture: Sky Sports)‘We have time to recover,’ said Emery. ‘I know we are receiving criticism and I can accept it, that is normal if you are not winning matches. But my message to everyone at Arsenal would be to stay calm because we can improve.‘We had our moments, but so did Leicester and they scored from theirs. We need some more passion in our game, we need to restore some confidence, but we were playing a very good side. There is still a long way to go in the season and, though it is true that Leicester and Chelsea are pulling away from us, we are still above Manchester United and Tottenham in the table.’Does Unai Emery deserve more time?No0%Yes0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Unai Emery responds to having worse record than Arsene Wenger after Arsenal’s defeat to Leicester CityMORE: Unai Emery sends message to Arsenal board after demoralising Leicester defeatMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Metro Sport ReporterSunday 10 Nov 2019 3:26 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link573Shares Comment The two reasons Luis Enrique has no interest in replacing Unai Emery as Arsenal managercenter_img Luis Enrique was identified as a potential replacement for Unai Emery at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Luis Enrique has no interest in replacing Unai Emery as Arsenal manager, according to ESPN.Reports emerged in the wake of Arsenal’s damaging 2-0 defeat to Leicester on Saturday that Head of Football, Raul Sanllehi, had contacted the former Barcelona head coach with a view to him replacing the beleaguered Unai Emery.Enrique, however, is said to have no desire to make a sudden return to football having stepped down as Spain boss in the summer, before the tragic passing of his daughter.Moreover, the 49-year-old would prefer to be involved in a settled project and would be unwilling to join an ailing team mid-season.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTSanllehi and Technical Director Edu watched on from the King Power stands stoney-faced as second half goals from Jamie Vardy and James Maddison condemned Arsenal to a defeat which left them eight points adrift of the top four. Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

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