The Worlds Favourite Playground

Saturday, Jul 02nd

Last update:08:38:01 PM GMT

You are here: Football European News

European News

Mou well-prepared for Dinamo test

Chelsea may have had a nightmarish start to their season this year; however, that has not stopped their manager Jose Mourinho from being high on confidence ahead of important matches.

The Special One was quoted telling reporters at his press conference ahead of the Blues’ Champions League match against Dinamo Zagreb at Stamford Bridge: “We are ready if they come with five defenders, which is a little bit different. We trust ourselves and we think we can win the game.”


Mourinho: Why should I be in any trouble?

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has slammed his critics, pointing out that he is relaxed despite his club’s disappointing run so far this season.

The Special One was quoted telling reporters at his press conference ahead of the west Londoners’ Champions League fixture against Maccabi Tel Aviv: “I am the current champion of England, why should I be in trouble? Why?”


Frustrated One trying to adapt to the situation

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is surely frustrated with his side’s disappointing run so far in their current season. However, the boss has revealed that he is trying hard to adjust himself to the demands of the circumstances.

The Special One was quoted telling reporters during his press conference ahead of his side’s Champions League clash with Maccabi Tel Aviv at Stamford Bridge: “I’m not adapting to losing. I’m adapting to the situation.”


Mou tells fans what to expect from him ahead of Maccabi Tel Aviv clash

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has indicated that a few of his first team regulars may face the axe when his side face Maccabi Tel Aviv in their opening game of the Champions League group stage at Stamford Bridge tomorrow.

The Special One was quoted telling reporters at his press conference ahead of the game: "I can't be worried about what you write. I can only be worried about my players... and yes, I have to make some changes."


Man United's New Kids on the Block look to make beautiful music together

Manchester United may be struggling to replicate the scintillating form that they enjoyed under Sir Alex Ferguson, however, current boss Louis van Gaal is certainly working hard to ensure the future looks bright for the side.

The Red Devils have invested immensely in talented youngsters in the past two summer, with the likes of Luke Shaw, Memphis Depay and Anthony Martial moving to Old Trafford for considerably high price tags. And while it may be too early to pass any judgment on them, the players are making sure they do their best to help each other out to the fullest in their attempts to excel at Old Trafford.


Nostalgic Man United youngster cherishing return to familiar ground

Manchester United youngster Memphis Depay seems to be a bit dewy-eyed ahead of his trip back to PSV Eindhoven’s Philips Stadion, where he spent a considerable part of his developing years before his move to Old Trafford this summer.

The Dutchman was quoted telling reporters during a press conference ahead of the Champions League clash between the clubs: "I played 10 years for PSV before joining United. So it's a special feeling for me to see my old team-mates again and play against them."


Man United boss wary of facing Dutch giants

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has indicated that his side should not take PSV Eindhoven lightly in their Champions League group stage match between the clubs tomorrow.

The Dutchman was quoted telling reporters during his press conference ahead of the game: “For me it's a difficult ground. I didn't win so much here. Also when I was manager of Barcelona, I didn't win here. I didn't win here much with Ajax. Maybe I won here with AZ?”


Page 20 of 85