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Crystal Palace chairman issues statement on under-pressure manager Alan Pardew

MEMPHIS DEPAY'S time at Manchester United has sunk to an all-time low after being left out of the club's squad to face Zorya Luhansk in the Europa League on Thursday (6pm).
Published 16 minutes ago on Daily Express

Roy Hodgson craves return to management after England humiliation

• 69-year-old has been out of work since resigning after Euro 2016• Former national team boss says Wayne Rooney has future in teamFormer England boss Roy Hodgson is keen to return to management.The 69-year-old has been out of work since resigning in the wake of England’s humiliating Euro 2016 elimination at the hands of Iceland. But his experiences with the national team have done anything but dissuade him from looking to extend his 40-year coaching career. Continue reading...
Published 31 minutes ago on Guardian

Vanterpool Plaza: the BVI address used by Mourinho, Ronaldo and Vibrac Corporation

• Leaked documents show entities are all registered at building on Tortola• Offshore funds to be banned by Premier League from 2018Entities set up in the British Virgin Islands by companies representing José Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo share the same address as two companies which are to be banned in their present form from providing loans to Premier League clubs, documents have revealed.Over the weekend, Portuguese agents company GestiFute denied that clients including Manchester United manager Mourinho and Real Madrid forward Ronaldo are involved in any tax evasion after a media consortium reported that they had used tax havens to handle tens of millions of euros in earnings. Continue reading...
Published an hour ago on Guardian

Bournemouth happy in middle lane and travelling in the right direction | Jacob Steinberg

Eddie Howe’s team have bucked the established system for sides promoted to the Premier League and they continue to make headlinesBournemouth were a quaint novelty when they began their Premier League adventure in the summer of 2015, with their tiny stadium, unfashionable British core of players and seaside homeliness, a combination that seemed to make people want to ruffle Eddie Howe’s hair, pinch his cheeks and give him a bar of chocolate as a reward for doing ever so well. It wasn’t going to last, of course. How could it? Look at the little scamps, with their tiny stadium, unfashionable British core and seaside homeliness, a combination that was surely going to get them relegated.By the end of their first season in the top flight, however, it became more noticeable that a little weariness was being directed towards the fairytale club who rose from the brink of financial oblivion to the big time, Bournemouth fatigue an understandable response to an unfussy debut Premier League campaign. It was not that people were leaping off the bandwagon, more that it seemed as though the meat of the story had been chewed off the bone, and now there was nothing left for us to sink our teeth into. They were almost extinct, they came up from League Two, we get it. Change the record. Continue reading...
Published an hour ago on Guardian

Man United team news: Rooney, Bailly and Ibrahimovic all travel but eight stars stay home

MEMPHIS DEPAY has reacted after being omitted from Manchester United's Europa League squad to face Zorya Luhansk.
Published an hour ago on Daily Express

VOTE: PL Goal of the Month

Paul Pogba, Eden Hazard, Dean Marney... Who scored the best Premier League goal in November?
Published an hour ago on SkySports

Charlie's Europa predictions

Charlie Nicholas provides us with his Europa League predictions as Manchester United and Southampton look to secure places in the final 32.
Published an hour ago on SkySports

Everton’s Yannick Bolasie to have surgery on ‘serious ligament injury’

• Scans on knee reveal DR Congo international requires operation• Bolasie was substituted during 1-1 draw with Manchester UnitedEverton have suffered a major injury setback with Yannick Bolasie due to undergo surgery on a cruciate knee ligament injury sustained against Manchester United on Sunday.The winger, 27, could miss the rest of his debut season at Goodison Park after damaging the cruciate in his right knee in a challenge with Anthony Martial during the 1-1 draw. Bolasie will have surgery to repair the torn ligament in the next few days and will be sidelined for several months. Everton confirmed in a tweet: “Yannick Bolasie to undergo knee surgery after scans confirmed a serious ligament injury against ManUtd. Come back stronger, Yannick.” Continue reading...
Published an hour ago on Guardian

Southampton’s José Fonte will be allowed to leave in January

• Portugal defender has turned down club’s latest contract offer• Fonte was subject of bids from Everton and Manchester United in the summerSouthampton have agreed to sell defender José Fonte in January if they receive a suitable offer after the Portugal international turned down an improved contract.Fonte, who moved to St Mary’s in 2010 from Crystal Palace, has just 18 months of his current deal remaining having failed to agree a new deal in the summer. His performances as part of Portugal’s Euro 2016-winning side saw Southampton turn down an offer of around €9m (£7.6m) from Everton for the 32-year-old, while Manchester United also showed an interest. Continue reading...
Published an hour ago on Guardian

Manchester United's José Mourinho rants over 'direct' Everton after draw – video

The Manchester United manager José Mourinho explained his decision to bring on substitute Marouane Fellaini late on against Everton before the former Everton midfielder conceded a penalty to help the home side rescue a point. Mourinho was openly frustrated with the hosts’ style of play and explained his disappointment at not winning games that he feels his side deserve three points from Continue reading...
Published an hour ago on Guardian


Manchester United's Results
Dec 4Everton1 - 1A
Nov 30West Ham United4 - 1H
Nov 27West Ham United1 - 1H
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Manchester United's Fixtures
Dec 8FC Zorya LuhanskA
Dec 11Tottenham HotspurH
Dec 14Crystal PalaceA
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