Zlatan Ibrahimovic is out for the rest of Manchester United's season and likely well beyond that, but he's not contemplating calling it quits. Ibrahimovic suffered what Manchester United called "significant knee ligament damage," with multiple reports stating that the Swedish star tore his ACL and possibly his PCL as well in a Europa League match against Anderlecht on Thursday. The 35-year-old Ibrahimovic pledged to come back instead of allowing the injury to derail his career, though, in an Instagram post on Sunday.
Antonio Conte says lifting the Premier League trophy with Chelsea would be more satisfying knowing his team had spent less than Manchester United and City this season. “I think this season it’s very important to understand that it’s not always who spends more money who wins,” Conte said, as quoted by The Times. “Otherwise, in this league, this season the name of the team wasn’t Chelsea or Tottenham or Arsenal or Liverpool. You understand?” The Italian, who took over at Stamford Bridge in the summer, was referring to the outgoings at Old Trafford and the Etihad Stadium during last summer. “You’ve seen the past,” Conte added. “You can see that every season they spend a lot of money. This season
We might be in the thick of the 2018 recruiting cycle, but it never hurts to look towards the future. And the future of UCLA football looks bright, as the 2019 Bruin class got its second commitment with the announcement of 4* WR Kameron Brown on Twitter. Being a 2019 recruit, most of the recruiting services haven’t fully turned their attention towards Brown, but it is impressive that Brown is already considered a composite 4* recruit by 247Sports Composite ranking, with the site ranking him as the 95th best recruit in the country, and the 12th best recruit in the state of Texas. Also impressive is the fact that Brown already has over 30 offers from a host of programs, including Alabama, Michigan,