- Tue Aug 21 11:05 PM
MANCHESTER UNITED could have looked to splash the cash on new centre-backs if the transfer window was still open.
- Tue Aug 21 10:58 AM
Under-fire Jose Mourinho retains Manchester United’s full backing, but the post-Brighton fallout continues after Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola referenced the midfielder’s potential exit in an attack on Paul Scholes
- Mon Aug 20 9:14 AM
has urged Manchester United to back Jose Mourinho in the transfer market following the club’s shock defeat to Brighton.
- Mon Aug 20 5:30 AM
THE poor performances of Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof against Brighton shows why Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was not backed by Ed Woodward in the transfer window.
- Sun Aug 19 6:43 PM
Jose Mourinho refused to publicly explore the reasons behind Manchester United’s pathetic performance which led to a 3-2 loss at Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday. United had two thirds of the possession at the Amex Stadium but only registered three shots on target – the same number as Brighton wh...
- Sun Aug 19 6:13 PM
Glenn Murray's crisp finish sparked a 19-minute goal blitz as Brighton stunned a defensively shoddy Manchester United 3-2 at the Amex Stadium.
- Sat Aug 18 2:22 PM
Chris Hughton admits that Brighton are wary of Paul Pogba's talents but has no definitive plan of how to deal with the France midfielder as they prepare to take on Manchester United on Sunday.
- Sat Aug 18 5:20 AM
Mark Lawrenson is backing Manchester United to ease to a narrow win over Brighton and Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium on Sunday. The Red Devils missed out on some key signings in the summer transfer window to leave Jose Mourinho frustrated with their lack of transfer business. Manchester United d...
- Fri Aug 17 3:21 PM
The World Cup winner will keep the armband in the absence of club captain Antonio Valencia
|We're frustrated and angry because when you're down to 10 men for such a long period of time, you certainly warrant getting something out of the game,
We rode our luck at times, but it was a fighting performance that was needed,
Hughton told Sky Sports. For all of Newcastle's play around the box and shots that they had they did not create the real clear chance.
They've stuck by the manager because he has done a good job,
said Hughton. He has got promotion for them and finished 10th in the Premier League. Newcastle supporters appreciate the wonderful job Rafa has done there. It has been a difficult start for them but they will turn it around.
He's been knocking on the door for a while now,