‘Mourinho is the right one’ ~ Rooney

Wayne Rooney is convinced Manchester United’s wait to find the right replacement for Alex Ferguson has ended with the arrival of Jose Mourinho. United’s record goalscorer continues to be hugely impressed with the former Chelsea boss, who led the club to their first major final since his appointment in the EFL Cup this week. Club

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FA Cup: Tottenham 4 ~ 3 Wycombe Wanderers

Dele Alli and Son Heung-min broke Wycombe Wanderers’ hearts as Tottenham mounted a remarkable late comeback to prevail 4-3 in an FA Cup classic at White Hart Lane on Saturday. Wycombe gained fame with their run to the semi-finals in 2000-01, but nothing from that campaign – even Roy Essandoh’s winner at Leicester City –

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FA Cup: Chelsea 4 ~ 0 Brentford

Branislav Ivanovic celebrated what may well be a farewell goal in Chelsea’s comfortable 4-0 home win over Brentford to help his side through to the FA Cup fifth round. The 32-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to Zenit, which would bring to an end his nine-year stint at Stamford Bridge, but he netted

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FA Cup: Liverpool 1 ~ 2 Wolves

Jurgen Klopp fielded a much-changed side for Liverpool’s FA Cup fourth round clash with Wolves at Anfield. Liverpool are having a terrible start to the new year, having won only one of their eight games in all competitions, and the poor patch continued as the Reds were forced out of the FA Cup just days

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Premier League: Liverpool 2 ~ 3 Swansea City

Fernando Llorente and Gylfi Sigurdsson dealt a blow to Liverpool’s Premier League title chances as Swansea City edged a five-goal thriller 3-2 at Anfield on Saturday. Sigurdsson proved Swansea’s matchwinner as he pounced on a poor defensive clearance from Ragnar Klavan, the Iceland international securing Paul Clement’s maiden win and Liverpool’s first league loss at

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