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MANU Jun 2024 17.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
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0.27000.0000 (0.00%)
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Previous close0.2700
Expiry date2024-06-21
Day's range0.2700 - 0.2700
Contract rangeN/A
Open interestN/A
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    Soccer-Manchester United down Chelsea, Spurs beat Leicester in women's FA Cup semis

    Manchester United will meet Tottenham Hotspur in the Women's FA Cup final on May 12 after they beat Chelsea for the first time in their history and Spurs came back from a goal down to defeat Leicester City 2-1 in the semi-finals on Sunday. United came into the game never having beaten Chelsea since the women's side was formed in 2018, but Spanish winger Lucia Garcia showed no signs of being weighed down by that history as she put her side ahead in the first minute. Former Chelsea forward Rachel Williams added a second for United in the 23rd minute, but a Lauren James goal before the break threw Chelsea a desperately-needed lifeline and the Blues went on to dominate the second half.

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    Soccer-Murtough leaves role as Man United football director

    Manchester United football director John Murtough has stepped down from his position after more than a decade at the club, the Premier League side said on Tuesday. Murtough's departure comes as United continue their overhaul following British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe's acquisition of a 25% stake in the club. Highly-rated Sporting Director Dan Ashworth has also been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford after Newcastle United placed him on gardening leave after he decided to step down from his position in February.

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    UPDATE 1-Manchester United's John Murtough to step down as football director

    British soccer club Manchester United said on Tuesday that John Murtough would step down as football director after nearly 11 years at the club. "John has mutually agreed with us that now is the right time to step aside and allow the new football leadership structure to be put in place," Manchester United co-Chairman Joel Glazer said.