Mourinho leaves Manchester united

The Red Devils said Tuesday morning that the Portuguese coach had left the club. The loss to Liverpool (3-1) precipitated its end. Finally, José Mourinho will not see the Parc des Princes or Paris Saint-Germain in 2019. Between the Portuguese coach and Manchester United, it’s over. The Red Devils have indeed announced his departure on Tuesday morning. According to the BBC, this would be a dismissal for the one who had had very disappointing results since the beginning of the season. In its statement, the Manchester club said the Special One “leaves the club…

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Sir Alex has emergency surgery

  Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has undergone emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage and is recovering in hospital. Sky Sports News reported on Saturday evening that the 76-year-old was in a “serious condition”. The club later confirmed Ferguson had had an operation. A Manchester United spokesperson said “the procedure has gone very well but he needs a period of intensive care to optimise his recovery”. They added that the Ferguson family had requested “privacy in this matter”. Ferguson won 38 trophies, including 13 league titles and two Champions…

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Sanchez beats Neymar in social media- United Executive vice-chairman

Sanchez beats Neymar in social media- United Executive vice-chairman

Sanchez beats Neymar in social media- United Executive vice-chairman By Newsesk The Executive Vice-Chairman of Manchester United Football of England, Ed Woodward, has said on Thursday that the social media frenzy surrounding Alexis Sanchez’s high-profile move to Manchester United dwarfed interest shown when Neymar moved from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain. Sanchez joined United from Premier League rivals Arsenal last month in a deal that saw Henrikh Mkhitaryan go the other way and has made an immediate impact on and off the pitch, scoring on his home debut and setting a…

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Ozil sets for new Arsenal deal

Ozil sets for new Arsenal deal 

Ozil sets for new Arsenal deal By Bimbo Ogunnaike Arsenal Football Club of England midfield maestro, Mesut Ozil is set to sign a new contract extension with Arsenal in the coming days The Turkish- born Germany international current deal is due to end at the end of June but he is expected to commit himself to a new long-term contract at Emirates Stadium. Arsene Wenger had previously dropped a hint that the former Werder Bremen man was ready to put pen to paper. “Our intention is to keep Ozil at…

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Beckham launches Miami Major League Soccer team

Beckham launches Miami Major League Soccer team

Beckham launches Miami Major League Soccer team By Bimbo Ogunnaike Former England player and  captain David Beckham has launched his long-planned Major League Soccer team in Miami on Monday. Beckham exercised an option in his contract with former side LA Galaxy to buy an expansion franchise in 2014. The as-yet-unnamed team is set to play at a 25,000-seat stadium in the city’s Overtown neighbourhood. “I’m excited to bring this great team to this great city – it has been a hell of a journey. I promise you the team we…

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Mourinho extends new contract with Manchester United till 2020 

Mourinho extends new contract with Manchester United till 2020

Mourinho extends new contract with Manchester United till 2020 By Bimbo Ogunnaike with agency report The Manchester United Football Club of England announced on Thursday that manager, ManJose Mourinho has signed a contract extension that will keep him at Manchester United until at least 2020, ending rumours he is unhappy at Old Trafford. Mourinho became the first United manager in history to win a major trophy in his first season when he secured the League Cup last year, and he also led the club to victory in the Europa League,…

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Manchester United ahead Madrid in Money League

Manchester United ahead Madrid in Money League

Manchester United ahead Madrid in Money League By Bimbo Ogunnaike with agency report Deloitte, a British-based business advisory firm  has disclosed that Manchester United ahead of Real Madrid to remain the top revenue-generating club in the world as Premier League sides underlined their growing financial clout in Money League It is the 10th time United have topped Deloitte’s list, with revenue in 2016/17 of 676 million euros ($828 million, £593 million) — just 1.7 million euros ahead of Spanish giants Real. United on Monday confirmed the signing of Chile striker…

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