Soccer fans already know that Pep Guardiola wants to leave the German club Bayern Munich and look for greener pastures in England. The man who managed Barcelona in the past recently announced that he no longer is keen on extending his contract with Bayern as soon as it expires after the season. The question now is where is he going?
So far, rumors are centered on the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, and Chelsea. Are these clubs really interested in signing him as their new manager?
The 44-year-old isn't shy in disclosing and expressing his interest in any club from England. "I want to experience a new city and I want to work in England," he said. "I have several offers from England but I haven't signed anything yet," he added. more >>
Following the massive success of the Christmas special titled "The Abominable Bride," the upcoming season of "Sherlock" is rumored to be the darkest and most emotional yet that fans will ever see.
Commonly called "series" in the United Kingdom, the upcoming season is said to be full of emotions that some fans have been clamoring for. There has been a lot of fun while exploring and haunting truths in the previous seasons, but fans have been wanting to see Benedict Cumberbatch really take his character to the next level. It seems that the creators are giving fans what they want.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly earlier this year, co-creator Steven Moffat said, "It's dark in some ways...It's hilarious and exhilarating some days, but some days it's going to be bloody frightening." more >>
Pope Francis' monthly prayers will soon broadcast on social media so Catholics around the world can watch his message and pray with him, a Jesuit-led prayer coalition has announced.
The Jesuit-led Apostleship of Prayer program announced on Vatican Radio this week that starting on Jan. 6 the pontiff's monthly prayer intentions will be broadcast on the social media platforms of Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Some people who like to ride bikes in the United States justify their presence amongst traffic by declaring "Share the Road." Well, it looks like in Germany they get their own road.
Germany has recently opened up a 5 kilometer stretch of road devoted exclusively to bicycle transportation. It's part of a grander project to open 100 kilometers worth of road.
This so-called superhighway for bikes is meant to reduce automobile traffic and carbon emissions, taking advantage of the fact that about 10 percent of commuting in the federal republic is done of a cycling nature. more >>
The fashion world continues to follow after Princess Kate Middleton's looks, and one of the recently hot replicas that took the attention of the world are look-alikes of her stunning engagement ring.
According to The Daily Mail, the replica was supposed to be displayed at the Royal gift shop inside the couple's official residence, but it has mysteriously disappeared from the collection. Sources reportedly said that the Duchess of Cambridge may have been the reason behind the missing engagement ring.
For the most part, the £1 million sapphire and diamond studded ring has a lot of significance to the romance that Prince William and the Princess share since it has become a symbol of their love that only grew strong even when they were apart for some time. more >>
An Irish pastor who was criminally charged for saying in a sermon that "Islam is satanic" has been found not guilty of making grossly offensive remarks by a Belfast judge Tuesday.
Pastor James McConnell, the 78-year-old retired pastor of the Whitewell Metropolitan Tabernacle in Belfast, was accused of spewing offensive hate speech during a May 2014 sermon when he stated "Islam is heathen, Islam is satanic, Islam is a doctrine spawned in hell."
McConnell also claimed in his sermon that cells of Muslims have spread all over the U.K. and explained that "people say there are good Muslims in Britain — that may be so — but I don't trust them." more >>