Jose Mourinho Explains Why Sergio Romero Will Start Europa League Final

Jose Mourinho Explains Why Sergio Romero Will Start Europa League Final

However, Saunders doesn't agree with the Manchester United boss and stressed that after spending big money, just winning the EFL Cup and the Europa League is not good enough at Old Trafford . "I have to give some minutes to everyone because we only have 15 players", Mourinho said in his press conference on Friday. Roncaglia and United defender Eric Bailly were both red-carded in the 87th minute for separate incidents in a mass melee, meaning Bailly will miss the final through suspension.

Spurs' Kawhi Leonard (ankle) to play Game 1 vs. Warriors

Most people outside the organization aren't feeling sorry for the point guard, and were left scratching their heads at how such an elite player could perform so poorly in a game that mattered so much. The Rockets shot 28.6 percent from the field, committed 13 turnovers that led to 22 Spurs points, and looked like a lifeless bunch of zombies throughout.

Kawhi Leonard Will Play In Game 1 Against Golden State

The Spurs grabbed 18 offensive rebounds in Game 5, and 14 in Game 6 as they dominated the boards, scoring an average of 17 second-chance points in those games. Daryl Morey is the true definition of a ride-or-die general manager. "The guy that's hardest on James is James". "Everyone's disappointed, but he's No.

Frank Lampard: 'Antonio Conte is Chelsea's main man'

After drawing with Swansea City and losing to Liverpool, Chelsea found themselves 3-0 down at half-time at Arsenal on September 24, the malaise that had plagued them the previous season apparently refusing to lift. What makes the win even more remarkable is that they had finished last season at 10th on the Premier League table. As a result, N'Golo Kante has become the first player to win back-to-back titles with two separate clubs but Conte's role in helping the west London outfit ...

Boston Celtics vs. Washington Wizards - 5/15/17 NBA Pick, Odds, and Prediction

But that's when Wall pulled up off the dribble with a three-point shot from 26 feet, right in the face of Celtics guard Avery Bradley to steal the victory. Celtics players and coach Brad Stevens have said in the past that, while they appreciate the league's transparency, they would prefer the league not offer reviews of the final minutes because it ultimately does nothing to alter the outcome.