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The UEFA Champions League will continue its excitement on Wednesday with two strong clashes in the quarter-finals first leg. At 9 pm, Manchester United will host Barcelona at Old Trafford Stadium, while AFC Ajax will host Juventus at Amsterdam Arena. Ajax aims to keep his surprising results in the competition, after beating Real Madrid in …
Manchester United’s decision to sack the team’s manager Jose Mourinho following his disappointing results in the English Premier League and the poor performance since the beginning of the season, relieved the giant club’s fans. Ranking sixth on the league table, Manchester seemed to be in trouble with all the players that Mourinho signed at high …
Jose Mourinho’s United proved too much for a young Ajax team that couldn’t break down Manchester’s defense. Goals from Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan made the difference, sending United to the Champions League.Ajax 0 – 2 Manchester United
(Pogba 18′, Mkhitaryan 48′)
Thursday’s Europa League group phase action featured Mainz’s clash against Saint-Etienne and Manchester United’s trip to Feyenoord. Schalke met a Nice side which features Mario Balotelli.
Former Germany captain Bastian Schweinsteiger won’t be playing any European football for the rest of the year. His club have elected not to take him along on its Europa League campaign.
Former Germany captain Bastian Schweinsteiger won’t be playing any European football for the rest fo the year. His club have elected not to take him along on its Europa League campaign.
Pogba is reported to be about to become the world’s second 100-million-euro player. The reported transfer fee has raised eyebrows, but there are several factors to take into account when assessing whether he is worth it.
The summer’s biggest transfer saga appears to be edging closer to completion. Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has described Paul Pogba’s arrival in the Premier League as “imminent.”
With more money than ever flowing in to the German Bundesliga, the league’s biggest clubs are growing more and more careless in how they acquire new talent. DW’s Stefan Bienkowski looks at diminishing returns.
The Dallas Cowboys have overtaken Real Madrid as the world’s most valuable sports team. It’s the first time a non-soccer club has risen to top spot since Forbes Magazine created its ranking in 2011.
While the focus may be on Cristiano Ronaldo and Antoine Griezmann, two of football’s brightest young talents – Paul Pogba and new Bayern Munich man Renato Sanches – will clash in a crucial midfield showdown on Sunday.
The world champions are struggling with injuries and suspension while the hosts’ confidence is high. Both sides have top class players all over the pitch but here’s where the semifinal will be decided.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s long-anticipated move from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester United has finally been confirmed. He joins the Premier League club on a for a reported 42.5 million euros.
After a disappointing season when they could only manage fifth in the Premier League, Manchester United have discarded coach Louis van Gaal with a year left on his contract. A successor was to be named “soon.”
Goals from Mata and Lingard sealed a 2-1 comeback win for Manchester United against a determined Crystal Palace side. Meanwhile, Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a brace in his final game with Paris Saint-Germain
Leicester City have clinched their first-ever Premier League title in one of the biggest surprises in the sport. They were crowned champions thanks to Tottenham’s draw with Chelsea on Monday evening.
After Manchester United’s recent poor persuasive football show, Jose Morinho took the decision to write a teasing document, emphasizing how much he wants the job and how he would be willing to change his football strategy from defensive to attractive attacking.
Rooney waited for 11 years to score a goal against Liverpool on their grounds in Anfield, and he finally did with a powerful volley.
Liverpool match Manchester United’s point total at the halfway point with the club’s fifth win under Jürgen Klopp. However, an end-of-game skirmish between Klopp and Sam Allardyce is what has the town talking.
Chelsea and Real Madrid continue on while Bayern Munich and Juventus had an early end
The 28 year-old star has been a professional footballer since he was 16, and has since made over 500 Premier League appearances.
Ferguson, 71, has been in charge at Old Trafford for 26 years, guiding United to 13 Premier League titles and two Champions League crowns