Jose Mourinho has always said what he wants, when he wants, how he wants — especially when he’s working an ulterior motive. Example no. 6,394: the Manchester United manager’s comments regarding the future of goalkeeper David De Gea, who has long been linked with a move to Real Madrid, which just so happens to be one of Mourinho’s former employers.
As expected, Gary Cahill has been named Chelsea’s next skipper following the departure of long-time talisman John Terry this summer. [ MORE: Mourinho rules out speculation of Bale joining Man United ] While Cahill is no stranger to captaining his side
Basketball fans love seeing their favorite players soar through the air and hammer home a monster dunk, but it’s probably not as fun when you’re on the receiving end of it. That was the case for one person, who fell victim to Jaylen Brown’s addition to the Drive-By Dunk Challenge. The challenge, which has become a wildly popular viral trend, is simple: drive around until you find a basketball hoop, get out of your car and lay down a slam. While most versions of the challenge have featured unattended hoops, Brown opted for one that was being played on by two strangers. And unfortunately for one of them, they felt the wrath of a vicious dunk courtesy of the Boston Celtics forward. Check out the