José Mourinho has rubbished reports of a return to Real Madrid, insisting he will remain at Manchester United as long as the club wants him. Mourinho won the La Liga title and Copa del Rey in three years in the Spanish capital, from 2010 through 2013. Sign up to our daily newsletter for your chance to win. In the lead up to Manchester United’s Europa League second leg tie with St-Etienne, Mourinho was asked about reports in the Spanish press that linked him with a return to Real. “I have a contract for two more years with United and unless United want me to leave, I don’t leave,” Mourinho said Tuesday, as quoted by Spanish newspaper AS. “I love working for this club.” Mourinho is only seven months
Soccer player Everton Luiz, a Partizan Belgrade midfielder, was left in tears after he was subjected to “monkey chants” and other abuse on Sunday during his team’s victory over Rad in the Serbian league, according to the Associated Press. Luiz, a Brazilian player who joined the team last year, made a crude gesture at the opposing fans, prompting some to confront him, the BBC reports. “I took 90 minutes of racist abuse and other insults from the terraces and thereafter I found myself in a cauldron of emotionless individuals who charged at me when they should have protected me,” he said.
By Jessica Toonkel NEW YORK (Reuters) - Facebook Inc is in talks with Major League Baseball to live stream one game per week during the upcoming season, which could be a key win as the social media platform works to offer more live sports, according to two people familiar with the situation. Facebook has pushed to sign deals with owners of sports rights to live stream their games, going after an audience that competitor Twitter Inc is also trying to capture, according to sports media consultants. For social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, live streaming sports is key to attracting people since sports is one of the few types of content that people still watch live.