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Europa League victory lifted Manchester, says Ferguson

Jose Mourinho returned to top form after Manchester United's Europa League triumph last night as he took a typical dig at his detractors saying "poets" don't win titles. He had already guided United to glory in the League Cup and despite a sixth-place finish in the Premier League , success in the Europa League means his side will return to the Champions League next season.



"Desperation" Is What the Cavaliers Need to Get Back To

James said he just had an off-night. James didn't talk to the media Monday, which is customary for him the day after a game, his thinking being nothing has really changed since he answered questions just 12 hours earlier. Thomas going down should have been the blow to the team that downed them until next fall. We know what we did wrong in Game 3. "As good as they are and they are tremendous, that might have been the best game I've ever seen a team play against us", he said.


EUROPA: Man United beat Ajax to trophy, secure UCL ticket

EUROPA: Man United beat Ajax to trophy, secure UCL ticket

Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana had a clash with his teammate in an attempt to clear the ball, while leaving an empty net in front of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba , whose shot went off the post. Injury-riddled Man United finished a mere sixth in the EPL and had to hinge on winning the Europa League as only the league's top four could qualify for the Champions League , reports Xinhua news agency.


Gallery: Man Utd & Mourinho Lift Europa League Trophy

Gallery: Man Utd & Mourinho Lift Europa League Trophy

The Jose Mourinho side is now the fifth team to claim the full quota of European trophies, joining the list with Ajax, Chelsea, Juventus and Bayern Munich. "We have won a trophy the club has never won so we are really happy". "People say we've had a bad season but the prize is great and we've done it now".


Zlatan Ibrahimovic Will Help Us In The Europa League Final- Ander Herrera

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Will Help Us In The Europa League Final- Ander Herrera

Sportsmail revealed earlier this month that United made Ibrahimovic the highest-paid player in Premier League history on £367,640 when he joined as a free agent from Paris Saint-Germain last summer. He is optimistic. He is 100 percent sure he will be back because he can not stop winning. "For sure he will be back at the best". Midfielder Herrera was playing for an Athletic Bilbao side that had beaten Sir Alex Ferguson's United en route to an all-Spanish final they were to lose against ...