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Chelsea vs Manchester United – Match preview

Chelsea vs Manchester United – Match preview

Football, News, Sport, UK
By Sajid Hassan Jose Mourinho returns to Stamford Bridge later on today as Manchester United manager in the Premier League. The Portuguese manager, who's had two successful spells at the Blue’s will return to see if his Manchester team – who sit in seventh place in the league – can edge ever closer to the top of the table. While it’s still early in the season, it’s games like these where teams look back and realise how important those three points could’ve been. Mourinho’s admitted that he will no longer be ‘The Special One” if he fails to win any trophies at Manchester United. Earning the nickname during his three years at Chelsea from 2004 – 2007, he returned in 2013 before parting ways by “mutual consent” in 2015 because of Chelsea's flirting with relegation. He, along with his
Watford’s Mazzarri sees no issue with teammate clash

Watford’s Mazzarri sees no issue with teammate clash

Football, News, Sport, UK
Watford manager Walter Mazzarri, has played down talks of any conflict between Etienne Capoue and Jose Holebas, describing them as “good friends”. Reporter: Sajid Hassan | Sub-editor: Daniel Khalili-Tari Mazzarri says his side will continue to encourage each other After Watford’s 1-0 win last Sunday over a struggling Middlesbrough, Holebas and teammate Capoue started bickering on the field. When questioned, Mazzarri insisted his players will only reach their peak by continuing to push themselves and each other. Etienne Capoue has had previous arguments with his team. He was vocal after his move from Tottenham Hotspur, detailing the relationship with his former club. Now an integral part of the Watford first team, he alongside Holebas must work together to challenge sides in the
Weekend Wonders: Brit Edition

Weekend Wonders: Brit Edition

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VOL Sports presents you the three major sport events of the weekend and how the mighty Internet reacted. Words: Ena Bilobrk, Subeditor: Ludovica D'Angio Although the Davis Cup is a group achievement, there was one man in particular who dominated. Andy Murray is on the right path to become Britain's tennis hero after he has lead team Great Britain to win the Davis Cup for the first time since 1936. It is the premier international team event in men's tennis and for Murray it marks the "most emotional victory". On the way to the final, the Brits had to face the United States, France, Australia in the semifinals and finally the hosts Belgium, where Andy Murray easily defeated David Goffin. The result might please a British tennis fanatic, but the rest of eager Internet photoshop-ers, vine
Weekend Wonders

Weekend Wonders

Football, Sport
It was a disappointing weekend for the Premier League's big five. While Manchester City and Arsenal only managed a draw, Chelsea unsurprisingly lost again and Liverpool returned to their 'normal' habit. Only Manchester United were able to improve their boring run of four matches with one goal. Words: Ena Bilobrk, Subeditor: Ludovica D'Angio Man United v West Brom 2-0 Man United holds a decent record of three goals scored and none conceded in the past five matches. The fans were given something to cheer after youngster Jesse Lingard scored his debut goal. Louis Van Gaal has always trusted youth. Famously giving a debut to a young Thomas Muller during his time at Bayern Munich. Lingard seems to be the next perfect candidate to grow under the Dutch manager. And with their biggest rival
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