- Tue Sep 26 2:30 AM
It's still a tad early for the celebrations, but life on Emmet Road in Inchicore looks a lot brighter today after St Patrick's Athletic took a big step towards securing their Premier Division status for next season with a badly-needed, but well-deserved, win over Shamrock Rovers.
- Mon Sep 25 12:27 PM
Shaka Hislop says Jose Mourinho should stop complaining about the weather and be happy with United's win at Southampton. Manchester United have taken up an option to extend Luke Shaw
's contract for a further year, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC. Shaw is one of a number of players a...
- Mon Sep 25 12:22 PM
Dutchman Van Dijk, who has not started for Southampton since suffering an ankle injury in January, was the subject of transfer interest from Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea in the summer.
- Mon Sep 25 10:00 AM
LIVERPOOL target Virgil Van Dijk will never be allowed to head to Anfield.
- Mon Sep 25 6:00 AM
MANCHESTER UNITED maintained their Premier League unbeaten record with Saturday’s win over Southampton to remain joint top of the table. Express Sport brings you all the latest news from Old Trafford.
- Sun Sep 24 11:43 PM
MANCHESTER UNITED midfielder Nemanja Matic and Marouane Fellaini
may have joined Paul Pogba on the treatment table.
- Sun Sep 24 6:40 AM
MANCHESTER UNITED maintained their Premier League unbeaten record with yesterday's win over Southampton to remain joint top of the table. Express Sport brings you all the latest news from Old Trafford.
- Sat Sep 23 5:11 PM
singled out Romelu Lukaku
for special praise after the Manchester Untied striker scored a winner at Southampton on Saturday afternoon. The Belgium international moved to the Red Devils in a £75m deal from Premier League rivals Everton in the summer transfer window to improve their atta...
- Sat Sep 23 3:57 PM
Not bad, Romelu.
- Sat Sep 23 2:46 PM
SOUTHAMPTON midfielder Mario Lemina will probably play for Liverpool next season, says pundit Paul Merson.
|There was was likelihood, considering it was Jon Moss, he would give a red card,
said Hughes. It was hard on us because I thought we were very comfortably and clearly we were going to see the game out quite comfortably in my view.
Having the sending-off and then referees not doing their job happens too often,
said Hughes. Before games we shouldn't as management teams worry about which referees we have got, but it happens too often and that's what everyone does, you worry about the referees about being strong enough...
We can still learn from the game itself and that is good from my point of view, in terms of leading into the Bournemouth game,
I don't think we'll fall into the trap of thinking that we got job done last weekend because we haven't. Nowhere near it,