5 low points in Jose Mourinho’s managerial career

Manchester United v San Jose Earthquakes

Jose Mourinho is widely regarded as one of the world’s best football managers but like everyone else, has made some memorable mistakes and endured tough times at various spells throughout his 18-year managerial spell to date. 

Currently the Manchester United manager, the 2018/19 campaign is set to be a significant one for him and his players, as he aims to banish the ‘third-season syndrome’ tag while looking to deliver Premier League silverware back to the red half of Manchester for the first time since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement five years ago. Without further ado, here are five low points that have occurred during Mourinho’s managerial career to date:

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5 most improved players from Europe’s top leagues in 2017/18

Real Madrid vs FC Bayern Munich: UEFA Champions League Semi Final

With the 2017/18 campaign now all but over across Europe’s top leagues, only a few cup finals remain between now and next month’s World Cup in Russia. Naturally, everyone’s attention is fixed towards the international tournament – which only comes around once every four years, after all. 

However, following another enthralling season across all fronts, it’s time to take a look at five players who have improved the most and thus, contributed significantly for their respective teams. 

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Carabao Cup Final – Arsenal 0-3 Manchester City: Citizens rampant over limp Gunners

Goals from Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany and David Silva helped secure Pep Guardiola’s first piece of silverware with a dominant display over Arsenal to win this year’s Carabao Cup. The Gunners – who struggled for large periods – seemed to almost relinquish their self-belief after conceding the second.

Plenty of questions will be asked in the aftermath, as the Citizens aim to use this momentum in their quest for the elusive treble while Arsenal disappoint across all fronts as their rivals continue to strengthen. Continue reading