Teso dos Bichos

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  1. Manchester United Discussion

    The better team won. not worried one bit though! Mourinho's chelsea side lost 2-1 to a terrible Newcastle and still ended the season with three losses
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  4. Manchester United Discussion

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinhobelieves he gets more criticism for adopting defensive tactics because of the number of titles he has won and refused to back down over his apparent dig at Antonio Conte. Mourinho was branded 'an enemy of football' after United held Liverpool to a goalless draw at Anfield last week before they edged Benfica in their third successiveChampions League win on Wednesday night. United had one attempt on target at Liverpool yet their approach was put into perspective in midweek after the win in Lisbon, where Mourinho reminded his detractors United have won 10 of their 13 games and kept nine clean sheets. United had previously not won three consecutive matches in the Champions League since Sir Alex Ferguson's final season. Mourinho feels he is a victim of his own success. "I think it’s my fault because people are used to my teams getting good results and winning titles," Mourinho declared. "Other people have more time than I have. Other people have different standards than I have and that’s not a problem for me at all. Read More "We are going to lose matches, that’s obvious, and I can imagine we are going to have even more criticism than we have now. But honestly, no problem [with the criticism]. "It’s not a motivation. It doesn't change my mind or my stability. We work hard, we try to do the best we can and get the best possible results. "In relation to the last match, speaking about the Champions League I would like to know - because I don’t know - when United last won two consecutive matches away? I would like to know the last time United won nine points from three matches in the Champions League. We are doing okay." Chelsea coach Conte was riled by Mourinho's claim other managers 'cry and cry and cry' about injuries on Wednesday evening and branded the issue as 'stupid' at his Friday press conference. Mourinho was unperturbed by Conte's remarks, though. Read More "I don’t speak to him," Mourinho added. "I don’t know why he speaks to me. That’s no problem. Maybe it’s not his fault. Maybe it’s the journalists’ fault when probably they’ve passed him a wrong message. "I know what I said after the match, which is basically the same as I said in the first answer. It is the reality. There are managers all over the world that, by philosophy, they prefer to speak about injuries, prefer to try to find excuses of a hypothetical failure based on injuries. "Since last season we had big injuries and last season without Lukaku and Zlatan was even more important for us. Our philosophy is not to moan, not to cry. I moan and cry about other things. I moan about the fixtures, moan about no time to rest. I moan about why I don’t understand why we play Saturday after Wednesday when we should play Sunday. I moan about this all the time but not about injuries. Mourinho and Conte have had differing starts to the season "When managers says I moan about the fixtures then he is right but nobody can say I moan about injuries because I always try to speak about opportunities for other players. "Would Scott McTominay have made his Champions League debut if we had Michael Carrick, Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini available? No, he wouldn’t even be on the bench. It was an opportunity for a kid."
  5. Chelsea Discussion

    Yeah thats the best way of describing that group... boring. Going around bragging about the "great"victory" against Atletico but their game versus Qarabag showed everyone how bad atletico and chelsea are this year. you really believe a fucking team that lost to palace and burnley is good??? you're bat-shit crazy sir!!
  6. Chelsea Discussion

    qarabag 0-0 Atletico....
  7. Manchester United Discussion

    THANK god someone actually watched the same game i saw. 2 clear chances, one for each team and yet the Liverpool fans here keep claiming that Liverpool was the better team. if pogba had played, i have no doubt it would of been another easy 4-0 victory. i must admit, arsenal did GREAT business for selling Alex Oxlade-chamberlain, the dude is average af.
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    his loyal supporters are even more stupid "Thank God For Trump" and "Fake News" all over my timeline everyday
  9. Manchester United Discussion

    you're acting like a draw is a terrible result 2014/15 chelsea had draws against Man Utd, Citeh, and Sunderland among others. Mourinho's team had fewer points, a very small difference, than Conte's but i rather my team have more draws than Losses (Mourinho's team only had 3). This behavior of yours is understandable, you had the expectation of challenging for the title but after seeing the Ls to Burnley and Palace, those expectations went down the drain quickly. its okay cicero!
  10. Manchester United Discussion

    THERE ARE NO EASY GAMES Mourinho was also keen to emphasise neither he or his side will be underestimating the Terriers. “Everybody knows the Premier League and what it means to play [in it for the] newly-promoted teams,” he said. “It's nothing new. Every team in the Premier League is good, every team in the Premier League thinks and thinks well that they can win every match and against every opponent.” HUDDERSFIELD WILL BE BUZZING Ahead of Saturday’s clash at the John Smith’s Stadium, Jose said: “The place will be buzzing, the people will be happy to have a big club playing in their city, in their stadium, and it will be a big motivation for them, we know clearly that but I think we are going to be ready.” BOSS FOCUSING ON THE PRESENT "I don't want to speak about signings and I don't want to speak about the market and I don't want to speak about January,” Mourinho pressed. “We are in October, we have November to play, we have December to play, so why should I be speaking about the market when the market is January?” UNITED'S INJURY SITUATION “The injury process normally is a process of some guys get injured, some guys recover from injury, unless we lose completely the balance, this happens to almost every team,” Jose stated. “Unless a team has a phenomenal season where everything goes well and not even a broken nail happens to a player. [Soon], Zlatan, Marcos [Rojo], Pogba and Fellaini will be back and somebody [else] will get injured and I think that's a normal process.” MOURINHO ON POGBA AND ZLATAN "Paul is not here, I don't know when he comes back. I don't know when he's available,” the boss said. “Zlatan is here, he's working here and under our control. He's working as you would expect so, so, so hard. But he's not to be back in the next week or next couple of weeks. Do I believe he'll be back in 2017? Yes, I do. But it's just a feeling.” JOSE PROVIDES INJURY UPDATE The manager has revealed that, although Marcus Rashford is fit to face Huddersfield after picking up a knock against Benfica on Wednesday night, “nobody else” has returned to fitness. He said: “We have the same players as we had for the Benfica match.”
  11. Manchester United Discussion

    20/10/2017 13:36, Report by Communications Department NEW DEAL FOR SCOTT MCTOMINAY Manchester United is delighted to announce that Scott McTominay has signed a new contract which will keep him at the club until June 2021, with the option to extend for a further year. McTominay, 20, is a product of the club’s Academy system and has been associated with the club since the age of five. The Lancaster-born player made his first-team debut away to Arsenal at the end of last season. Scott made his debut in the Champions League in Wednesday night’s match against Benfica in Portugal. Scott McTominay said: "I have grown up at this great club and it has always been a big part of my life. I attended the club’s development centre in Preston from the age of five and have gone on to progress from there. "To make my debut at the end of last season was a dream come true, and I would like to thank the manager for the faith that he has shown in me. I was absolutely delighted when the manager promoted me to the first-team squad and I am looking forward to continuing my journey with this fantastic team." José Mourinho said: "I am delighted Scott has signed a new contract, he is one of our young players that has gone from strength to strength. He made his Premier League debut at the end of last season and made his Champions League debut this season. I had no hesitation in promoting Scott to the first-team squad last month as we have total belief in him."
  12. Manchester United Discussion

    ZLATAN EXPECTED BACK BY THE END OF THE YEAR Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho expects Zlatan Ibrahimovic to return by the end of the year. The Swedish striker is working hard on his recovery from a knee-ligament injury and could be available for some of the busy festive period, if he remains on course. "Zlatan is here," said Jose during the pre-Huddersfield press conference at the Aon Training Complex. "He's working here and under our control. "He's working as you would expect - so, so, so hard. But he's not going to be back in the next week or the next couple of weeks. Let him take his time and be back when everybody feels is the right moment. Do I believe he'll be back in 2017? Yes, I do. But it's just a feeling." Andy Cole told MUTV that he hopes Ibrahimovic will return to the fray over the winter period. "I had a chat with Zlatan when he was in the gym the other day," said the former Reds striker. "I think he is looking forward to coming back, most probably in December or January time."
  13. Manchester United Discussion

    Current team: Undefeated ex-team: Lost to Burnley AND Palace, a team that hadnt score. its not hard seeing who got the L Cicero!
  14. Week 9 Fixtures

    West Ham 2-1 Brighton, 20.00 Saturday 21st October, 2017 Chelsea 2-1 Watford, 12.30 Huddersfield 1-3 Man Utd Man City 4-1 Burnley Newcastle 3-1 Crystal Palace Southampton 2-2 West Brom, 17.30 Stoke 2-1 Bournemouth Swansea 2-1 Leicester Sunday 22nd October, 2017 Everton 2-3 Arsenal, 13.30 Tottenham 4-1 Liverpool, 16.00