Free Press Journal
  • Spurs run riot to pile more misery on Manchester Utd 

    Manchester : Manchester United slumped to a second consecutive defeat on Monday night to intensify the pressure on manager Jose Mourinho as Harry Kane and a Lucas Moura double moved Tottenham joint top of the Premier League with 3-0 win at Old Trafford.

  • Does early defeat spell the end for Mourinho? 

    London : Jose Mourinho warned of the troubles that could lie ahead for his Manchester United side, but the Portuguese must still accept much of the responsibility from a 3-2 defeat at Brighton that has the Red Devils’ season off to a bad start.

  • Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho frustrated as clubs race to beat new deadline

    London : Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho does not expect to add to his squad as the Premier League transfer window closes on Thurday, despite warning a difficult season lies ahead for the English giants without further recruits. For the first time the Premier League deadline has been moved forward to the day before the season kicks off when United host Leicester City on Friday.

  • United States hold on to beat Real Madrid

    Miami : Jose Mourinho was finally given something to smile about as a tempestuous trip to the United States ended with a 2-1 victory over former club Real Madrid thanks to first-half strikes from Alexis Sanchez and Ander Herrera.

  • Quiet man Zidane bringing stability from the shadows at Real

    Madrid, May 24 Cristiano Ronaldo was asked earlier this season to sum up Zinedine Zidane in a word and the one he picked was “winner”. At a Real Madrid media day on Tuesday, half a dozen players were rolled out to answer questions ahead of Saturday’s Champions League final against Liverpool, and one journalist made a point of quizzing each of them about their coach. “Zidane is one of the best I

  • Lacklustre Manchester United seals second with stalemate at West Ham

    London : Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho refused to criticise his side despite another display lacking inspiration in attacking areas as they sealed second place in the Premier League with a 0-0 draw at West Ham on Thursday.

  • Manchester Utd prolongs FA Cup pain for Spurs by reaching final 

    London : A third cup final with Manchester United for Jose Mourinho. More FA Cup semi-final misery for Tottenham. While Mauricio Pochettino wins admiration for his style of football, the manager has yet to actually win a trophy in management. A 2-1 collapse to United at Wembley Stadium left Tottenham reeling from an eighth successive loss in the FA Cup semifinals.

  • United stars face axe as Mourinho fumes

    London : Jose Mourinho has vowed to drop several of Manchester United’s stars as he fumes over their lacklustre loss to West Bromwich Albion.

  • Man United spoils City’s title party

    Manchester : Paul Pogba spoiled Manchester City’s anticipated Premier League title party by scoring twice in two minutes as Manchester United came from 2-0 down to win a thrilling derby 3-2 on Saturday.

  • ‘No personality, no class, scared’ Mourinho blasts Man United 

    Manchester : Jose Mourinho launched an astonishing verbal tirade against his Manchester United players after they reached the FA Cup semi-finals, accusing them of “a lack of personality, lack of class and lack of desire.”

  • Man United got lucky admits Mourinho

    London : Jose Mourinho admitted Manchester United rode their luck as Nemanja Matic’s late thunderbolt capped a dramatic 3-2 win at Crystal Palace on Monday.

  • Mourinho hits back at Conte, raises match-fixing

    “What has never happened to me and will never happen is to be suspended for match-fixing. That never happened to me and it will never happen.”   Jose Mourinho..

  • Mourinho slams ‘childish’ United

    Leicester : Jose Mourinho blasted his “childish” Manchester United stars after they conceded a last-gasp equaliser in a damaging 2-2 draw at 10-man Leicester, here on Saturday.

  • Mourinho ready to cut fringe players

    Manchester : Jose Mourinho will allow any unhappy fringe player to leave Manchester United in the January transfer window, which will spark speculation over the futures of the likes of Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

  • Manchester City won because they were better, says Guardiola

    Manchester : Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola hit back at Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho’s penalty claims saying they won the derby clash 2-1 because they were the better side.