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Jose Mourinho teasing Heung-min Son, Jadon Sancho scoring again, Arsenal’s team goal and more things we loved

Jose Mourinho teasing Heung-min Son, Jadon Sancho scoring again, Arsenal’s team goal and more things we loved

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News of Man City’s two-season ban from European football dominated the world of sport over the weekend. The Citizens have been punished for committing breaches of the UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations. However, there was still plenty of memorable action to follow and talkSPORT.com picks the best bits below… Jose Mourinho teasing Heung-min Son Son was Tottenham’s hero as his 94th-minute goal secured a 3-2 win for his side against Aston Villa. The victory boosted Spurs’ Champions League hopes by moving them up to fifth in the table, just one point off Chelsea, who play Manchester United on Monday. Son, who also scored a rebound from his own missed penalty in the first-half, had other chances to win the game, but was denied by Pepe Reina on two occasions. While the South
Jose Mourinho says Christian Eriksen can leave Tottenham with pride amid January transfer links to Inter Milan

Jose Mourinho says Christian Eriksen can leave Tottenham with pride amid January transfer links to Inter Milan

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Jose Mourinho has said Christian Eriksen can leave Tottenham with his head held high, amid reports of a January transfer to Internazionale. The boss has backed Danish ace Eriksen after he received boos from supporters in recent games, and insisted the playmaker has ‘given everything’ for Spurs. Getty Images - Getty Eriksen looked like he was saying his farewells at the end of Spurs’ defeat to Liverpool The Denmark international’s career in north London is set to come to an end when his contract expires in the summer, although he could depart this month if a club are willing to cough up some cash. And reports in Italy suggest Eriksen has agreed a deal to join Inter in the January transfer window, rather than wait until the end of the season. That coul
Frank Lampard: Chelsea boss defends Antonio Rudiger over Jose Mourinho criticism of Son Heung-min red card

Frank Lampard: Chelsea boss defends Antonio Rudiger over Jose Mourinho criticism of Son Heung-min red card

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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has defended Antonio Rudiger after he was criticised for his part in Tottenham forward Son Heung-min's red card on Sunday.Spurs manager Jose Mourinho was unhappy with the Blues defender's reaction to Son's challenge in Chelsea's 2-0 win.Lampard said it was "disappointing" to question Rudiger's integrity while an investigation into alleged racial abuse directed at the German is ongoing. "I do defend Toni firmly on it," said Lampard.Tottenham's appeal against Son's red card - which was issued after VAR ruled he had kicked out at Rudiger - failed on Tuesday.The South Korea international will miss a home fixture against Brighton on Boxing Day, as well as trips to Norwic...
San Jose Sharks fire head coach Peter DeBoer after slow start

San Jose Sharks fire head coach Peter DeBoer after slow start

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Dec. 11 (UPI) -- The San Jose Sharks, entering the season with high expectations, fired head coach Peter DeBoer after a lackluster start to the season, the team announced Wednesday. Sharks assistant coach Bob Boughner will serve as the team's interim head coach. San Jose also announced goalie coach Johan Hedberg and assistant coaches Dave Barr and Steve Spott were relieved of their duties. "When you have had a level of past success, change is never easy, but we feel this team is capable of much more than we have shown thus far and that a new voice is needed," Sharks general manager Doug Wilson said in a statement. "As a team and as individuals, our play has not met expectations this year and our level of consistency has not been where it needs to be. "This group of individuals who will l...
Frank Lampard’s thunderbolt, Didier Drogba’s screamer and Jose Mourinho’s antics: Everton vs Chelsea in 2006 had absolutely everything

Frank Lampard’s thunderbolt, Didier Drogba’s screamer and Jose Mourinho’s antics: Everton vs Chelsea in 2006 had absolutely everything

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What’s the first thing that comes to mind when someone says Christmas? Football, obviously.More specifically, Chelsea travelling to Goodison Park. Okay, maybe that’s just me. Getty Images - Getty Jose Mourinho gets held back from David Moyes when Chelsea beat Everton in December 2006 But the five-goal thriller at Everton in December 2006 will go down as one of the greatest Christmas crackers of all time. Michael Ballack, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba scored three of the best goals you’re likely to see in one match as an early present came for Blues fans. And with Yuletide just around the corner, Chelsea visit Goodison Park this Saturday LIVE on talkSPORT. To get you in the mood, here’s how that thrilling clash unfolded in 2006. LIVE on talkSPORT