Mourinho May Get Two-Game Stadium Ban + Other Sports Stories


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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho faces a stadium ban after Saturday’s tunnel row with referee Mark Clattenburg at half-time in the goalless draw with Burnley. (Daily Mirror)

The former Real Madrid and Chelsea boss could be banned for two games, including the visit of Arsenal. (Daily Star)


The Football Association has offered former England midfielder and MLS duo Steven Gerrard, 36, and Frank Lampard, 38, a fast-track into coaching, so the pair can help the national team. (Sun)

Armenia midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan, 27, trained alone, a day after being left out of Manchester United’s squad to play Burnley. (Daily Mail)

Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton, 30, could be in line to start England’s next two international games against Scotland and Spain. (Daily Telegraph)

Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson, 23, is another player who could be in line for an England call-up. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United youngster Angel Gomes, 16, is attracting the attention of scouts with Barcelona interested in the English attacking midfielder. (Manchester Evening News)

Monday’s Sun back page includes a report on Gareth Bale’s new ‘mega-money’ deal at Real Madrid

West Ham have joined the race for Argentine attacker Naza Bazan Vera, with Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea also interested in the 17-year-old. (Sun)

Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 35, will get over his goal drought, according to Manchester United team-mate Ander Herrera. (Daily Star)

Sunderland’s on-loan Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj, 21, says the Black Cats gave up too easily in their 4-1 defeat by Arsenal. (Chronicle)

Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 29, says there are no egos in the Barcelona team. (Sun)

A Petr Cech fan has won his hero’s vote for the best Halloween costume…

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Henrikh Mkhitaryan might not be getting a game for Manchester United at the moment, but he has backed his side to bounce back from the 0-0 draw against Burnley. He tweeted: “Better days will come for us! We march on. One for all and all for one!”

Team-mate Paul Pogba was at Wembley… for an NFL game.


Cristiano Ronaldo also got into the spirit for Halloween…

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Romelu Lukaku was celebrating on Twitter after scoring his 50th Premier League goal for Everton, in the 2-0 win against West Ham…

Romelu Lukaku

Manchester United’s Antonio Valencia has posted a video saying he will come back stronger, after having arm surgery.

Patrice Evra was another player in Halloween mode, the Juventus defender dressing up as horror film character Chucky and dancing for his fans on his Instagram account.

An Irish footballer has written possibly the greatest retirement statement of all time. (Joe)

A football club steward became the target of football chants – after rival fans spotted his resemblance to Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson. (Manchester Evening News)

Roberto Firmino’s extremely white teeth were a big talking point on Twitter during Liverpool’s win against Crystal Palace. (Liverpool Echo)

Swansea legend Lee Trundle scored a seven-minute hat-trick for Welsh League Division Two side Llanelli Town, taking his season tally to 20 goals in nine games. (South Wales Evening Post)