Jose Mourinho posts dejected photo on Instagram after first Roma defeat in Serie A but claims ‘tomorrow is another day’
JOSE MOURINHO suffered his first defeat as Roma manager on Sunday evening - and followed the result with a grumpy Instagram post. The Portuguese's new team lost 3-2 at Hellas Verona but a sombre looking Mourinho insisted 'tomorrow is another day' on social media. Roma took the lead in the 36th minute when skipper Lorenzo Pellegrini produced an outrageous, delicate flick at the near post.
Roma's perfect start to the season came to an end on Sunday afternoon A stunning volley from Verona captain Marco Faraoni proved decisive Lorenzo Pellegrini had given the visitors a halftime lead with a sublime back-heel Jose Mourinho suffered his first defeat since returning to coach in Italy as his AS Roma side were beaten 3-2 by Hellas Verona in a thrilling Serie A encounter on Sunday.
Hellas Verona hold on to shock AS Roma as Jose Mourinho's team lose for the first time this season in Serie A
Hellas Verona brought AS Roma’s perfect start to the season to an end courtesy of a 3-2 win at Stadio Marc Antonio Bentegodi in Serie A. The Giallorossi came into the match with a perfect record of six wins from six matches in all competitions under new boss Jose Mourinho, but a flurry of early second-half goals saw Verona pick up their first win of the league campaign under Igor Tudor.
Real Madrid went top of La Liga after Vinicius Jr and Karim Benzema scored late goals to steal all three points and shatter Valencia That’s it for tonight’s blog. I’ll leave you with our European roundup, which includes a first defeat for Jose Mourinho and more goals for Erling Haaland.
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Manchester United are without a trophy since claiming the Europa League under Jose Mourinho in 2017 - and maximising Cristiano Ronaldo's ability will be key to their chances of clinching silverware this season Depending on who you ask, Manchester United are either gunning for the Premier League title or heading for more failure under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Chelsea and Tottenham face each other in the Premier League on Sunday and while this fixture may technically be the reverse, meetings between the two London rivals nevertheless remind us of one unforgettable encounter back in 2016. Spurs headed to Stamford Bridge in May that year to keep their hopes of unexpectedly lifting a first Premier League crown alive, while Chelsea's season was already over after Jose Mourinho's title-winners from the previous campaign had imploded in spectacular fashion.
Tottenham Hotspur legend Graham Roberts insists that the club did not give enough to the cause last season. The club endured a dismal campaign, as they began the campaign under the management of Jose Mourinho and ended it with the interim management of Ryan Mason. Spurs ultimately finished seventh, qualifying for the Europa Conference League, and while they did reach the League Cup final, they lost, having sacked Mourinho the week prior.
Former Chelsea and Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has put his Premier League woes behind him after making a perfect start to life in Serie A as AS Roma boss Jose Mourinho has put his Premier League woes behind him by making his best-ever start as a manager - with six wins from six games as AS Roma boss.
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Mark Clattenburg has revealed he made the decision to quit as a Premier League referee after an argument with Jose Mourinho after Manchester United faced off against Stoke in 2017 Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg has revealed it was a row with Jose Mourinho that convinced him to quit as a referee.
Jose Mourinho took charge of Roma at the beginning of the season Former Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho has recorded his best ever start as a manager, with six wins in his first six matches for Roma. The Portuguese boss was sacked by Tottenham in April, with the club outside of the Champions League spots in seventh place.
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Fikayo Tomori delighted for Chelsea pal Tammy Abraham after his move to Roma as English duo thrive in Serie A
AC MILAN defender Fikayo Tomori is chuffed to see former Chelsea team-mate Tammy Abraham scoring goals in Italy. The duo came through the ranks together at Stamford Bridge but have both since made eye-catching moves to Serie A. Striker Abraham joined former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho at Roma this summer, while Tomori moved to the San Siro in a permanent deal having impressed on loan.
Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg has revealed a furious dressing room bust-up with Jose Mourinho convinced him it was time to hang up his whistle. The incident took place during Manchester United’s 1-1 draw against Stoke City back in 2017, when Wayne Rooney’s stoppage time goal secured a late point for the visitors to the Britannia Stadium.
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