Trending: Mourinho calls for replays, Chapecoense's emotional trophy win
MAN UNITED: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said a video assistant referee would have given his side a win on Tuesday after Zlatan Ibrahimovic had a goal ruled out for offside in the 1-1 draw with Everton -- United's third consecutive draw in the league at Old Trafford.
- Former Manchester United physio Matt Radcliffe has hailed Luke Shaw as a "physical machine" and suggested the treatment being handed out to the full-back by Jose Mourinho could be seen as "bullying" following his latest comments.
- Mourinho delivered another stinging criticism of defender Shaw on by claiming that the £28 million full-back must "change his football brain."
- United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has claimed the "Premier League are begging me to stay'' amid reports that he has agreed to sign for LA Galaxy.
CHAPECOENSE: Brazilian side Chapecoense beat Colombia's Atletico Nacional 2-1 on Tuesday in a highly emotional match that commemorated the victims of last year's fatal air crash in South America. The Recopa Sudamericana is one of South America's most prestigious football titles, contested between the winners of the Copa Libertadores and the Copa Sudamericana champions, but this year's final has taken on added poignancy.
- Arsenal could be facing a goalkeeping crisis as David Ospina is a doubt for Wednesday's Premier League game against West Ham, a source has told ESPN FC.
- Wenger has shunned the idea of making major changes if he stays at the club, insisting that the right structure to succeed already exists "as it is today."
- Shkodran Mustafi says it is hard for Arsenal's players to avoid speculation over Wenger's future but that it is up to them to ignore it during a turbulent time for the club.
- A Berlin-based futsal club has been forced to change its name from Arsenal Berlin after a legal intervention by the Premier League side that inspired their name.
- Klopp says Liverpool are still awaiting the results of a scan on Sadio Mane's injured knee but accepts it is "possible" he could miss the rest of the season.
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- Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Toni Kroos have been rested by Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane for the game at neighbours Leganes on Wednesday.
CHELSEA: Antonio Conte believes that he is under more pressure to win the Premier League title this season than Mauricio Pochettino because Chelsea have greater expectations of success than Tottenham.
BARCELONA: Sevilla manager Jorge Sampaoli says his comments about dreaming of someday coaching fellow Argentine Lionel Messi were not meant to hint that he is positioning himself to take over either Barcelona or the Argentina national team.
- Police in Spain investigating match-fixing have detained the coach of third-division club Eldense following their 12-0 to Barcelona B over the weekend.
TOTTENHAM: Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has suggested that this season's title race is fairer than last year's, claiming the people's favourites Leicester City were given an unfair advantage by fixture scheduling.
- The father of Borussia Dortmund midfielder Christian Pulisic has told Sport Bild there is "no reason" for his son to move to Bayern Munich at the moment.
ATLETICO MADRID: Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone said his team had found the "consistency in their play" they needed as they won a fifth straight La Liga game and strengthened their hold on third spot by beating Real Sociedad 1-0 at the Estadio Vicente Calderon on Tuesday evening.
SUNDERLAND: Football Association chairman Greg Clarke believes Sunderland boss David Moyes' comments to a female reporter were "regrettable, distasteful and showed a complete lack of respect."
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has accused Europe's top leagues of attempting to "blackmail" the governing body.
BORUSSIA DORTMUND: Sporting director Michael Zorc has slammed Borussia Dortmund for being too reckless in front of goal after a 3-0 home win over Hamburg on Tuesday.
MLS: St. Louis is set to remain a two-sport town after voters defeated a measure that would have helped pay for a stadium as part of an effort to lure a Major League Soccer franchise.
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