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  • Van Gaal dismisses Mourinho-Man Utd reports

    Van Gaal dismisses Mourinho-Man Utd reports

    AFP News
    Van Gaal dismisses Mourinho-Man Utd reports

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has dismissed reports that the club have approached Jose Mourinho about succeeding him at Old Trafford, in comments published by British newspapers on Sunday. The BBC and regional newspaper the Manchester Evening News reported on Friday that United have held preliminary talks with Mourinho, who was sacked by Chelsea in December. "There has been such nonsense created about me," said Van Gaal, whose side were due to visit Chelsea in the Premier League …

  • Mourinho says he will be back soon

    Mourinho says he will be back soon

    Reuters
    Mourinho says he will be back soon

    Jose Mourinho, sacked as manager of Chelsea in December seven months after winning the Premier League title, has said he is not enjoying his time out of work and will soon be back in management. "(London) is an amazing place to live and for the family to be together," said Mourinho. "As a professional, I am ready to move," added the former Real Madrid coach. …

  • N. Korea praises rocket; others view as covert missile test

    N. Korea praises rocket; others view as covert missile test

    Associated Press
    N. Korea praises rocket; others view as covert missile test

    For North Korea's propaganda machine, the long-range rocket launch Sunday carved a glorious trail of "fascinating vapor" through the clear blue sky. For South Korea's president, and other world ... …

  • Arsenal look to revive title tilt at Bournemouth

    Arsenal look to revive title tilt at Bournemouth

    AFP News
    Arsenal look to revive title tilt at Bournemouth

    Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal must end their frustrating recent run if they are to revive their Premier League title challenge as they travel to Bournemouth on Sunday looking for a first league win in five games. The midweek scoreless home draw with Southampton meant the Gunners have taken just three points for the last four games to leave them in fourth place, five points adrift of leaders Leicester City. With the title race the most open it has been in years, Wenger acknowledges his side …

  • Malaga coach explains Atsu’s substitution

    Malaga coach explains Atsu’s substitution

    Goal.com
    Malaga coach explains Atsu’s substitution

    Los Boquerones coach has allayed fears over possible injury following the Ghanaian’s replacement at half-time in Friday’s league encounter …