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Bailly's prolonged absence underlines Man United's injury woes this season

Eric Bailly's ankle injury, which could sideline him for three months, is a major problem for Jose Mourinho and Manchester United.

After being without his best player, Paul Pogba, for two months, this long-term injury to another key member of the squad is a huge blow. The manager loves to find an excuse for his failings but it would be unfair not to acknowledge that United have been unfortunate when it's come to injuries this season.

Rivals Manchester City have had their most important players,...

Man United boss Jose Mourinho says Eric Bailly out for two to three months

Alison Bender and Don Hutchison discuss Jose Mourinho's trouble with the FA following comments he made prior to the Manchester derby.

MANCHESTER -- Eric Bailly is facing a race against time to be fit for Manchester United's Champions League knockout tie with Sevilla after being told he must have surgery to correct an ankle injury.

The defender, 23, has missed United's last eight games, last appearing in the 1-0 defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Nov. 5.

United's medical staff had hoped Bailly, who picked up the problem while on international duty with Ivory Coast, would respond to treatment and not require an operation.

But...

Manchester United confirm Eric Bailly injury may require surgery

Following the fracas at Old Trafford, the FC panel turn their sights on Jose Mourinho, his motives behind what he allegedly did and whether or not he has lost his touch.

MANCHESTER -- Manchester United have confirmed that the injury that has already ruled Eric Bailly out of their last eight games may require surgery, with Jose Mourinho calling the Ivory Coast international's setback "serious" after a 1-0 win against Bournemouth.

Bailly, 23, has not played since the 1-0 defeat at Chelsea on Nov. 5 after returning from the October international break with a groin injury.

Bailly missed four games before recovering to start three consecutive games against Tottenham,...

ESPN FC 100: Five African players who should have made the list

The ESPN FC 100 2017 has been revealed, with five African stars featuring among the game's elite for the last 12 months.

However, while the continent has been represented, might some of Africa's top players be disappointed after being overlooked?

In this feature, we profile five of the continent's stars who, in our opinion, made a strong case for inclusion in 2017.

Jean-Michael Seri: Admittedly, Seri hasn't hit the heights yet this season, with the midfielder perhaps yet to truly get over his aborted...

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Man United's Phil Jones, Eric Bailly out; Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic to play

Speaking exclusively to ESPN, Juan Mata discusses the monumental boost that Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba bring to Manchester United.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has confirmed that defenders Phil Jones and Eric Bailly remain out for Saturday's match against Brighton & Hove Albion, but Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic will both feature as they continue their returns from injury.

Jones picked up an injury while on international duty with England earlier this month, while Bailly has not played since before the international break.

"They are out," Mourinho said to MUTV about the two defenders. "But we are OK because we...

Picking an African dream team of World Cup absentees

Africa's World Cup representatives will all head to Russia confident that they can make an impact, but while several of the continent's top names will be part of the tournament, many have been left behind.

The quintet who have secured their spots at the global high table - Nigeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and Senegal - may be among the continent's strongest teams and best organised units, but they boast relatively few of Africa's genuine superstars.

Indeed, only a third of the players named in CAF's...