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  • Chicago Fire sign Schweinsteiger from Man United

    Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger is set to join Major League Soccer club Chicago Fire, the Chicago Tribune has reported.

  • Injured Pogba will miss Boro match

    Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba will miss Sunday's Premier League trip to Middlesbrough with a hamstring injury, manager Jose Mourinho has said.

  • I'm still Chelsea's number one, says beaten Mourinho

    Manchester United's Jose Mourinho, humbled for the second time this season in front of the Chelsea fans who once idolised him, did not go quietly on Monday as he declared that he remains the London club's number one manager.

  • Chelsea beat Mourinho's 10-man United to reach Cup semis

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte got the upper hand on Jose Mourinho for the second time this season as his double-chasing side beat 10-man Manchester United 1-0 at Stamford Bridge to reach the FA Cup semi-finals on Monday.

  • ‘No European football has helped Conte's Chelsea’

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has enjoyed a "position of privilege" by not having to deal with both European and domestic campaigns in his first season in England, Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has said.

  • Mourinho out for revenge as Man United visit Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho takes his Manchester United side back to former club Chelsea on Monday with a place in the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley up for grabs and a score to settle with his old employers.

  • Man City frustrated in goalless draw with Stoke

    Manchester City failed to fire in a frustrating 0-0 home draw with Stoke City on Wednesday that dealt a damaging blow to their Premier League title hopes and left them 10 points adrift of leaders Chelsea.

  • United fans should urge Ibra to sign new deal

    Manchester United supporters should camp outside Zlatan Ibrahimovic's house to make sure he signs a contract extension at the club, manager Jose Mourinho said after the Swede's deadly double decided the League Cup final on Sunday.

  • Mourinho worried about distant Euro draw

    As Manchester United continue to battle on four fronts, wracking up too many air miles is proving a concern to manager Jose Mourinho.

  • ‘Too many foreigners managing Premier League teams’

    There are too many foreign managers in the Premier League and little opportunity for local talents, according to former Manchester United winger and assistant manager Ryan Giggs.

  • City braced for Monaco, Leicester face 'fight'

    Manchester City avoided Europe's heavyweights in the Champions League last-16 draw but Pep Guardiola's side must instead beware an in-form Monaco, the leading scorers in Europe's top divisions this season.

  • Saints, not Chelsea on Mourinho's mind

    Jose Mourinho refused to dwell on the prospect of facing his former club Chelsea in the FA Cup quarter-finals after Manchester United negotiated a difficult fifth-round visit to Blackburn Rovers in a 2-1 victory.

  • Mourinho fumes over attitude issues in St Etienne win

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho admitted he was frustrated by his side's over-confident approach to the first half of the 3-0 Europa League round-of-32 first-leg win over French side St Etienne on Thursday.

  • 'Professional' Martial impresses Ibrahimovic

    Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has heaped praise on team mate Anthony Martial for the professional and mature manner in which the forward has responded to recent criticism from manager Jose Mourinho.

  • Leicester fairytale lurches into nightmare

    The urgent tone in Kasper Schmeichel's voice said everything about the fate that has befallen Leicester City, fairytale Premier League champions become shock relegation candidates.

  • United extend long unbeaten run with 3-0 Leicester win

    Manchester United continued their push for a top-four finish with a comfortable 3-0 victory at champions Leicester City on Sunday, extending their unbeaten Premier League run to 15 games.

  • Man United cannot buy to weaken rivals anymore

    The days of Manchester United weakening their Premier League rivals by poaching their best players are a thing of the past, manager Jose Mourinho has said.

  • Leicester out to halt demise against United

    Eight months after completing one of sport's most remarkable triumphs of the underdog, Premier League champions Leicester City stand potentially one more bad result away from a place in the relegation zone.

  • Man City's Guardiola hails terrific tyros

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola hailed their vibrant young frontline as the future of the club after they tore West Ham United apart in a bruising 4-0 Premier League win on Wednesday.

  • ‘Rules are different for me’

    Jose Mourinho was far from happy after his Manchester United side failed to beat struggling Hull City at Old Trafford on Wednesday, walking out of one interview and claiming in another that he was treated differently from other managers.

  • Mourinho cries foul over fixture pile-up again

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho complained about the lack of help being afforded his team by the football authorities as he attempts to win silverware on four fronts over the final four months of the season.

  • Rooney wants to go into management

    Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney has revealed he wants to go into management when he hangs up his boots.

  • Manchester United edge past spirited Hull

    Manchester United reached the League Cup final but were made to sweat as Hull City won the second leg of their last-four encounter 2-1 on Thursday to come within one goal of forcing extra time.

  • Manchester City

    Guardiola seeks FA Cup lift

    A potential FA Cup banana skin awaits Pep Guardiola as he takes his inconsistent Manchester City team to Crystal Palace in the fourth round on Saturday.

  • Spurs aim to pile more misery on Man City

    Tottenham Hotspur were the first club to expose chinks in the armour of Pep Guardiola's Manchester City and the in-form north London side will seek to inflict further damage at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.

  • Man Utd dethrone Real as cash kings

    Manchester United's relative failure on the pitch has not been reflected off it as for the first time in over a decade they top Deloitte's Football Money League for revenue in the 2015/16 season.

  • Van Gaal ends coaching career after family tragedy

    Former Manchester United and Netherlands manager Louis van Gaal has ended his coaching career following a family tragedy, Dutch media reported on Tuesday.

  • Outside pressure child's play for Ibra

    Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahmovic says the pressure on him that comes from outside is like a kindergarten compared to the pressure he places on himself every time he trains or plays for Manchester United.

  • Liverpool unlucky at 'long ball' United

    Juergen Klopp feels Liverpool were unlucky to come away with just a point from Sunday's 1-1 Premier League draw with Manchester United, the manager claiming the home side were saved by "long ball" tactics.

  • Zlatan delights in Man Utd climb towards top

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic says Manchester United remain in the hunt for the Premier League title but will first focus on closing the gap to the top four, starting with Sunday's clash against arch rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford.

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