Reaction to sacking of Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho

(Reuters) - Following is reaction to the sacking of Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, who was dismissed by the Premier League club on Tuesday.

UEFA to investigate alleged anti-Semitic chanting by Chelsea fans

(Reuters) - UEFA has launched an investigation into allegations of anti-Semitic chanting by Chelsea supporters during their final Europa League group match against Vidi FC in Budapest last week, European soccer's governing body said on Tuesday.

Pochettino bookmakers' hot favourite to take over at United

LONDON (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino emerged on Tuesday as hot favourite to succeed Jose Mourinho, sacked as coach of Manchester United.

Man Utd run out of patience and sack Mourinho after dire start

LONDON (Reuters) - Jose Mourinho's relationship with Manchester United reached the point of irretrievable breakdown a long time ago but the club finally served the divorce papers on Tuesday as the world's biggest club sacked the game's most famous manager.

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Another acrimonious exit for Mourinho in growing list

(Reuters) - Jose Mourinho is undoubtedly one of the most successful managers of his generation, yet the manner in which he often leaves a club after delivering success points to why he may never enjoy universal love and acclaim despite a glittering resume.

Timeline - Lowpoints that spelt the end of Mourinho's unhappy Man U tenure

LONDON (Reuters) - Timeline of the significant lowpoints this year which led to Manchester United dismissing manager Jose Mourinho:

Manchester United shares rally as Mourinho gets red card

LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester United shares climbed after the Premier League soccer club sacked manager Jose Mourinho, an indication investors welcomed the move after a dismal start to the season.

CONMEBOL doubles Copa Libertadores prize money

ASUNCION (Reuters) - The prize pot for the Copa Libertadores will more than double next year, the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) said on Monday, but the continental championship will still trail a long way behind the European Champions League.

Yearender - One-horse races dominate club football as financial gap grows

ZURICH (Reuters) - Club football played second fiddle to the World Cup in 2018 and that was probably just as well given its utter predictability.

UEFA urged to give bigger share of cake to unlucky 600

ZURICH (Reuters) - For the 80 teams who qualify for the group stages of European club football, the season starts with a glitzy party at the draw ceremony in Monaco and ends with millions of extra euros in the bank.