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From The42 Mourinho decries 'enemies' after Pogba blow Reaction

Mourinho decries 'enemies' after Pogba blow

The Man United manager saw his side labour to a dour win over Rostov.

Are you ready for every episode of Friends played simultaneously?

The One With The Nightmare From Hell.

From The42 ‘He’s the f***ing boss!’ – the story behind Guardiola’s infamous Mourinho rant Enemies

‘He’s the f***ing boss!’ – the story behind Guardiola’s infamous Mourinho rant

This extract from Marti Perarnau’s new book on Pep Guardiola explores the fascinating long-standing rivalry between two of the game’s most successful coaches

From TheJournal.ie Germany urges Japan to deal 'honestly' with WWII past The Past

Germany urges Japan to deal 'honestly' with WWII past

Germany said it has tried to deal with its own actions during World War II and urged Japan and other countries to do likewise.

7 sure signs that you are, in fact, your own worst enemy

But don’t worry – DailyEdge.ie is here for you.

From The42 Roy Keane: my relationship with Alex Ferguson is ‘non-existent’ Enemies

Roy Keane: my relationship with Alex Ferguson is ‘non-existent’

Plaudits from Fergie for Keane in 1999 was like ‘praising the postman for delivering your letters’, he says.

From TheJournal.ie Column: You can often tell what is troubling America by looking to the blockbusters Opinion

Column: You can often tell what is troubling America by looking to the blockbusters

Movies are often a reflection of current affairs what’s going on in the world, and even the unlikely genre of mass-market US action movies can deal with the fears and uncertainties felt by the American people at any given time, writes Darren Mooney.