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Man City players knocked over by wind – Mourinho

Manchester, Dec 9 (AFP) Man City players knocked over by wind – Mourinho. Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has launched a pre-derby attack on Manchester City’s players by claiming it only takes a “little bit of wind” for them to go to ground. Pep Guardiola’s City travel to Old Trafford on Sunday looking to extend their

Man Utd fans should support Lukaku: Mourinho

Manchester, Oct 30  Man Utd fans should support Lukaku: Mourinho. Manchester United chief coach Jose Mourinho on Monday lashed out at club fans for showing lack of support to forward Romelu Lukaku and said it is unfair of them because the Belgian gives his cent per cent in every match. “I would like the supporters


Manchester United should be ’embarrassed’ to be 19 points behind Chelsea: Roy Keane

Manchester United should be ’embarrassed’ at trailing Premier League leaders Chelsea by 19 points and Jose Mourinho’s first year in charge will not be considered a success even if they win the Europa League, former skipper Roy Keane said. Mourinho steered United to League Cup success in February but with the club unlikely to finish

Mourinho blames Man United players for Europa League defeat

Istanbul: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has blamed his players for their defeat against Fenerbahce in a Europa League group match here, saying the former European champions deserved to lose. Mourinho said his team had treated Thursday’s group tie as a summer friendly and as a result they were beaten 1-2 by Fenerbahce here. Fenerbahce

Man United manager Mourinho donates watch to charity auction

Manchester: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has donated his watch as an auction prize at the football club’s charity dinner. According to a BBC report, Mourinho, whose collection was already up for auction at Old Trafford Stadium on Monday night, went one step further by taking off his watch, which helped raise a total of

Mourinho hails Pogba’s transfer to Man United

London: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho spoke highly of French midfielder Paul Pogba and expected him to become a superstar at the club. Pogba, 23, returned to Manchester United from Italian club Juventus on a five-year contract with an 89 million pounds ($118 million) transfer fee, which eclipsed the 85 million pounds that Real Madrid