The Quiet One Mourinho refuses to quit

Jose Mourinho has no intention of quitting Manchester United, according to reports. The Times report that Mourinho barely spoke to his players in the dressing room after their 3-2 defeat to Brighton on Sunday. Despite his dark mood at the Amex, the Portuguese wants to stay on and turn things around. According to

Mourinho’s turning into Wenger- Wright

Arsenal legend Ian Wright as said Jose Mourinho is heading for a "car crash" ending at Manchester United and he seems resigned to losing his job. Having enjoyed immediate success at Old Trafford – landing three trophies in his debut campaign – the former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss ended 2017-18 empty-handed. Frustration

Liverpool withstand tough test at Palace

The Premier League needs a strong Liverpool this season. We're only two games in, but Manchester City seem to have improved since last term, absurdly, while the other main challengers are either in flux or have significant points of weakness. If there's to be any sort of title race, Liverpool

Kyle Walker backs De Bruyne’s replacement

Kevin De Bruyne's injury looked to be a devastating blow to the defending champions, but it could give Phil Foden the opportunity to shine. His Manchester City team-mate Kyle Walker has every confidence in the young England international and with De Bruyne sidelined for several months, Foden may be welcomed into

Leicester’s Puel dismisses speculation on future

Leicester City manager Claude Puel has brushed off local media reports suggesting his departure from the club is imminent. Puel is the bookmakers' favourite to be the first Premier League manager sacked this season despite Leicester having played only one game so far -- a 2-1 defeat at Manchester United. Earlier this

Tottenham could be without NINE first-teamers

Mauricio Pochettino is planning to be without NINE first-teamers for Tottenham’s opening TWO Premier League matches. The Spurs boss concedes it is “almost impossible” for his stars who made the World Cup semi-finals to be fit in time. England heroes Harry Kane and Dele Alli have already resumed training in a bid

Unai Emery respects Mesut Ozil’s Germany decision

New Arsenal manager Unai Emery told reporters on Wednesday he respects Mesut Ozil's decision to retire from international football due to what the German midfielder said was "racism and disrespect" because of his Turkish roots. Ozil was the target of criticism for his performances during Germany's disappointing World Cup in Russia,

Light up at the bridge: All for Maurizio Sarri

Chelsea are looking for an area within Stamford Bridge where Maurizio Sarri can smoke during match days, according to reports. The tobacco-loving Italian is famous for his habit of inhaling up to 80 cigarettes a day. Maurizio Sarri is set to take charge of his first game with Chelsea in today's pre-season