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Daily Telegraph - Tue May 22 1:50 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Paul Pogba has added to the uncertainty over his future by refusing to rule out a move from Manchester United this summer as Alexis Sanchez admitted he has struggled to adapt to Jose Mourinho's style of play. Pogba and Sanchez have become a symbol for and more »
Daily Telegraph - Mon May 21 3:39 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Nemanja Matic has warned Manchester United need quality signings this summer if they are to challenge for the Premier League and Champions League as the midfielder admitted the club's trophyless campaign has cranked up the pressure for next season. and more »
Daily Telegraph - Mon May 21 3:39 AM
Telegraph.co.uk There was a pang of regret in, post-match, reading Jesse Lingard's assessment of his friend and Manchester United team-mate Marcus Rashford. “He's young and he can be anything he wants to be, ” Lingard commented in the FA Cup Final match programme and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sun May 20 8:15 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Saturday's FA Cup Final is the main subject of discussion on this week's Total Football Podcast, with Telegraph Sport's Chief Football Correspondent Jason Burt joining host Thom Gibbs to dissect the game. There's also an England World Cup squad to
Daily Telegraph - Sun May 20 6:51 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes has laid into Alexis Sanchez following the FA Cup final, claiming his performances "can't get any worse". Chile international Sanchez was singled out for criticism following his poor display as United and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sun May 20 7:21 AM
Telegraph.co.uk As Chelsea and Manchester United's England World Cup squad contingent head to the beaches for the week, and Liverpool's duo prepare for their Champions League date in Kiev, the physical and mental slog of football's hamster wheel starts again for 17 and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sun May 20 12:04 AM
Telegraph.co.uk In a painting of hell by Manchester United's fans, Manchester City would win the Premier League by 19 points and Liverpool would be in a Champions League final. In this perdition, United would be left needing to win the FA Cup to stave off an and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sat May 19 11:30 PM
Telegraph.co.uk THIBAUT COURTOIS - 7. With the sun in his eyes, he will have been thankful for being redundant in the first half but made a brilliant stop from Jones after the interval and also denied Rashford. CESAR AZPILICUETA - 7. Chelsea may be a boom and bust and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sat May 19 10:25 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Wembley united to pay tribute to Ray Wilkins during the FA Cup Final, as two of his former clubs battled it out for the domestic season's last piece of silverware. Wilkins, who played for Chelsea and Manchester United in a distinguished career, died of and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sat May 19 6:39 PM
Telegraph.co.uk "I think what I've done (at Wembley) gives you that extra confidence. I think you've got to enjoy it, it's a great day out and we've got to put on a show for them (the fans) and win the game. "It's a very important day for us, Man Utd need to win and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sat May 19 3:02 PM
Telegraph.co.uk The big day is here! No, it's not the Royal wedding we're getting excited about here - it's FA Cup final day! You'll find everything you need to know about the game on this page. What is it? It is the 2018 FA Cup final at Wembley, the 12th at the new and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sat May 19 7:28 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Jose Mourinho is prepared for a hostile reception from Chelsea fans at Wembley but insists he will have no problem with them booing him. As the Manchester United manager warned his players not to expect any let up from Chelsea in what is likely to be and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sat May 19 6:54 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Ander Herrera has heard all the talk about Manchester United's style of play but he would rather deal in cold, hard facts when asked to assess where they are as a club at the moment under Jose Mourinho. “I think we are going in the right direction and more »
Daily Telegraph - Fri May 18 7:40 PM
Telegraph.co.uk It is the 2018 FA Cup final at Wembley, the 12th at the new stadium. Manchester United will take on Chelsea, who are looking to complete an FA Cup double after their women's team beat Arsenal. and more »
Daily Telegraph - Fri May 18 7:24 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Jose Mourinho has revealed that Romelu Lukaku will face a late fitness test to determine if the Manchester United striker can start Saturday's FA Cup final against Chelsea at Wembley. But the United manager has confirmed France forward Anthony Martial and more »
Daily Telegraph - Fri May 18 4:52 PM
Telegraph.co.uk On Saturday afternoon two revered, beloved characters will come together in a special event watched around the world - and do battle. A few miles away from the royal wedding, Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte will continue their unfriendly rivalry in the and more »
Daily Telegraph - Fri May 18 4:52 PM
Telegraph.co.uk One need only have listened to Jose Mourinho's damning appraisal of Manchester United's dismal 1-0 defeat at Brighton & Hove Albion late last month to understand why few things will have heartened the manager this week as much as Romelu Lukaku's and more »
Daily Telegraph - Fri May 18 7:23 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte buried the hatchet over a drink in the Manchester United manager's office at Old Trafford in February after admitting they got “bored” attacking each other. Mourinho and Conte – who face each other in the FA Cup final at and more »
Daily Telegraph - Thu May 17 11:32 PM
Telegraph.co.uk There will be one name unifying Wembley Stadium on Saturday. Ray Wilkins, who won the FA Cup once as a Manchester United player and three times as Chelsea assistant manager will be loudly and fondly remembered in every corner of the ground when
Daily Telegraph - Thu May 17 10:33 PM
Telegraph.co.uk A revamped Club World Cup would be a money-spinner for Manchester United and Europe's other heavyweight clubs and potentially transform the way live sport is broadcast, according to Ed Woodward, United's executive vice-chairman. Fifa are pushing and more »