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Steve Bruce: Former Hull City manager thanks fans for ‘unwavering’ support

1xbet Steve Bruce has thanked Hull City fans for their “unwavering” support and says he resigned as manager on Friday “for the sake of the club”.
Bruce joined the Tigers in 2012 and led them to promotion to the Premier League twice and also an FA Cup final.
His resignation followed a breakdown in his relationship with vice-chairman Ehab Allam.
“It was a decision I had to make for the sake of the club,” he said in an open letter to the Hull Daily Mail.
“The last 12 months have been very tough and it felt like the right step for the club to move forward in a different direction and with someone else in charge.”
Hull’s owners put plans to sell the club on hold on Wednesday to “ensure stability in the transfer window”,1xbet with the senior squad reduced to only 13 fit players.
Bruce continued: “It is rare for a manager to have the backing I’ve had from fans. It’s been unwavering.
“One of the abiding memories was the reaction of supporters the day we were relegated on the final day of the 2014-15 season.
“They applauded us off the pitch when you’d expect them to have been ripping the roof off.”
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At an event to reveal a new “club-record” sponsorship deal,1xbet Hull midfielder Mohamed Diame admitted he was “really surprised” by Bruce’s decision to leave.
“As everyone knows he was an important man for us here and everybody’s sad, but life continues,” he told BBC World Service.
“I knew it was going to be a tough pre-season because we had a lot of injuries and we didn’t see any new players come in, but I wasn’t expecting him to leave.
“The most important thing is now is to get players, to be honest. We have got too many injuries and the squad is not big enough so we need players.
“We need to bring some players to support us to get a bit of stability because at the moment we are not stable.”

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Music has been used in events for entertainment purposes for a long time now. Events without music is a rare thing. The two forms that music could be used in an event include playing through radio systems or from a live performance. For live performances one will probably need to hire a band or even single artists. Bands make an event look so beautiful. Aside beauty, bands add class and style to events. But in case you will need to hire a band there will be need to make an early booking. A booking agency is the best way to handle this.
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WTF Reunion of 2012: t.A.T.u. Perform on ‘The Voice Romania’

cW3HpWqnYggRemember t.A.T.u., the faux-lesbian girl group from the 2000s who were all over MTV with hits like All The Things She Said and Not Gonna Get Us? They haven’t released new material or performed in nearly four years and officially disbanded last year after plenty of nasty comments about each other to the press, but reunited last night for a completely random (and sexy) performance on The Voice Romania. Is this the start of a comeback?

Unfortunately, while Lena Katina and Julia Volkova still did their hugging, hand-holding schtick on stage, it doesn’t have quite the same effect anymore — since they’ve both admitted long ago it was all an act. And their voices still need a lot of work. Oh well, at least they looked hot…

t.A.T.u. are now getting ready to release the 10th anniversary edition of their hit album 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane and rumors have been buzzing about a new tour as well. Who knows? Maybe we can land a B2K reunion while we’re at it too.

Listen To t.A.T.u.’s New (And Final) Single, ‘Love In Every Moment’

764574Once I became a teenager and started actively listening to pop music (pre-teen I was obsessed with more alternative ’90s fare like Garbage and Alanis Morissette), some of my absolute favourite artists were rebellious girl bands like TLC, Sugababes, and All Saints (I never really got the fuss around the overly-polished Destiny’s Child).

However, I don’t think any girl band spoke to me more than t.A.T.u. and their debut album, 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane did. Despite being a newly-gay 15-year-old when it came out, it wasn’t really the whole gay thing that drew me into t.A.T.u.’s wild world — it was everything.

When I think back to when 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane first came out, what I remember the most is the thrilling excitement of the whole era. You never knew what Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova would do next. Just like real teenagers, they were passionate and unpredictable, acting off of their own whims and desires rather than common sense. Their sullen attitudes and short attention spans in interviews were refreshing at a time when we were still transitioning over from the manufactured Max Martin era of pop. And that’s not even covering their crazy publicity stunts. I still remember when t.A.T.u. went on Jay Leno with “Fuck War!” plastered on their t-shirts in the middle of the War on Terror hysteria, or when they had a hundred schoolgirls strip down and kiss at the MTV Movie Awards. It’s a rare thing to find a pop act that not only brings it with the outrageous media play and shock tactics, but can also back it up with legitimately amazing, timeless music.

There’s very few pop albums that capture the roller-coaster ride that is teen angst better than 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane did. It was the kind of album that made you feel simultaneously sad, understood, and like you could do anything in the world (me and my best friend back then often fantasized about fleeing our small town to the sounds of “Not Gonna Get Us”). And musically, it introduced a style of pop that was completely foreign to most people my age at the time, but was also instantly accessible.

So, as you can see, I’m a little but of a t.A.T.u. stan, and I’ve been following every shred of their latest stop-start comeback in the desperate hope that my beloved teen idols will return to me as they once were. In case you don’t know the tea on the whole messy situation, I’ll get you up to speed really quickly (with hotlinks on the dates for the full scoop).

October 2013: t.A.T.u. reunites for some performances and a Japanese Snickers commercial

February 2, 2014: t.A.T.u. opens the Winter Olympics in Sochi, slays your faves.

February 11: t.A.T.u. announces official comeback with new concerts and a new single, “Love In Every Moment.”

February 18: t.A.T.u. officially breaks up again amid infighting. Everything is cancelled.

February 20: t.A.T.u.’s VK page announces that “Love In Every Moment” will still be released via radio, despite the duo’s split.

February 23: “Love In Every Moment” premieres.

February 24: Arcadey (me) writes about it.

“Love In Every Instance” is pretty much exactly what I expected it to be: A very good t.A.T.u. single that isn’t on the level of past hits like “Beliy Plaschik” or hidden gems like “Ya Tvoy Vrag,” but is still strong enough to not be a total disappointment.

It opens with some grungy chords (always a good thing), before the tried-and-tested europop beat arrives and gets things started. Burbling electro underlines the chorus as the Lena and Yulia sing in unison, almost gruffly, leaving behind the high-pitched squeaking of their early recordings. There’s a breakdown, which is half brostep posturing, half electronic freak out, which might be awesome if it weren’t for Russian rapper Ligalize word vomiting all over the top. If there’s one thing t.A.T.u. doesn’t need it’s a rap feature (unless it’s Yulia slaying “Stars”), and the mere presence of Ligalize sounds like nothing more than Ukrainian frat boy pandering.

Still, it’s just one scuff on an otherwise great song.

Lyrically is where “Love In Every Moment” is its strongest and most typically t.A.T.u.

There are many of us who risk every day to show up here on earth,” they sing. “No one can decide our rights / we decide ourselves who to love / who to choose / love is a cure.”

Even as their own inability to get along with each other has ruined t.A.T.u, Yulia and Lena are still championing free love and independence with as much fervour as they did over ten years ago. It’s the perfect ending for this imperfect pair, who will go out like a beautiful disaster until they both go broke and unsuccessfully try to reunite in another 10 years time when nobody in their right mind will be interested in seeing two 40-year-old Russian broads prancing around in school uniforms.

t.A.T.u. Not Lesbians!

yAccording to The Sun, Lena Katina and Julia Volkova, who topped the charts for four weeks in Feb 2003 with ‘All The Things She Said’ may even change the name of their band – though, as previously reported, that has more to do with the fact their former manager, Ivan Shapovalov, owns that name and has said they aren’t allowed to use it anymore now that they have dispensed with his services.

An insider told the paper: “The truth is the girls were never lesbians in the first place. They feel like they were exploited. They were only aged 14 and 15 when they started singing in concert halls and doing sexy routines. They still want to be controversial and shocking. They want to look and act hotter than ever before – but not as lesbians. Julia and Lena are getting rid of their skimpy school uniforms in favour of a sassier, sexier look.”

This shocking news, not, comes via CMU. If it weren’t for former managers, who would acts trying to re-invent themselves have to blame? Oh yes, they might have to take responsibility for their own actions.