The recent news about Anthony Martial rejecting the contract extension with Manchester United has taken over the defeat against Juventus, as the top story. His current form for United has seen him score three goals in his last three games for United. He has been one of the few players
Jose Mourinho faces another stern test this weekend as they face an in-form Everton at home in the Premier League. United are already 9 points off the pace sitting 10th on the table, with 3 defeats already and Everton above them in the table.
However, the recent weeks have been promising
Arsenal are playing Leicester City F.C. midweek this Tuesday after more than two weeks of rest. The international break of two weeks have certainly prepped the team for a hectic schedule this week, as they play against Leicester City on Tuesday as well as Sporting F.C. in the Europa League
United travel to Stamford Bridge on Saturday to kickoff Match-day 9 of the season. And Jose Mourinho would be looking forward to see his build on the inspiring comeback win against Newcastle.
The Portuguese boss will be desperate to record a victory over Chelsea to calm the storm that has swirled
Demolishing Fulham 5-1, we gunners are certainly on cloud nine. 9 wins out of 9 is absolutely phenomenal and singing 'We Have Our Arsenal Back' at Craven Cottage just made it better. In all of this there has been a certain player who has stood out under Unai Emery and
There is something different about manager Jose Mourinho’s and his third season at Manchester United. It seems that he is really trying to hold his team together unlike his previous managerial stint at Chelsea when it seemed just a matter of time until he got his marching orders. This is
Manchester United came from 2 goals down to beat Newcastle United 3-2 on Saturday to relieve some pressure off Jose Mourinho and also manage their first win since 19th September.
It was Newcastle United who took command of the game early on over a lost Manchester United side who conceded 2
Manchester United's 4 game winless streak finally came to end against Newcastle yesterday. That too in style, with a classic United comeback, from being 2-0 down at half-time to winning 3-2. An inspired comeback in the last 20 minutes of the game. With Sanchez scoring a 90th-minute winning header, he
Is it the End of the line for Mourinho? Reports have claimed that the Manchester United's board of directors have lost faith in the manager and he may well be sacked regardless of the result against Newcastle.
Mourinho was expected to be given one more game to save his job and
Manchester United take on Newcastle United in a high-pressure clash on Saturday. Mourinho would be looking to end his 4-match winless run. It has been a despairing couple of weeks for United, after they were again held at home on Tuesday night by Valencia.
With the unfathomable pressure on Mourinho and his squad,