Arsenal hero Martin Keown has blasted John Terry over the manner of his Chelsea farewell on Sunday.
The contrived 26th minute substitution against Sunderland angered Keown, who let rip in his column for the Daily Mail.
Senegal began their Fifa under-20 World Cup campaign in triumphant fashion by beating Saudi Arabia 2-0 on Monday. Semi-finalists last time out, Senegal secured all three points with first half goals from Ibrahima Niane and Cavin Diagne.
With the United States and Ecuador drawing 3-3 in Group F's other game, Senegal are the early pacesetters in Incheon.
The Red Devils have had a mixed campaign under the Portuguese coach, but he is confident there will be a great improvement next term
Jose Mourinho insists he will not make mistakes in his second season at Manchester United now that he knows the club better from the inside.
United could still end Mourinho's first campaign at Old Trafford with two major trophies if they can defeat Ajax in the Europa League final next Wednesday, having already won the EFL Cup.
But they have struggled in the Premier League and will finish sixth regardless of their result in Sunday's home match against Crystal Palace – meaning the Europa League represents their last chance to reach next season's Champions League.
Arsene Wenger says his "professionalism or commitment" cannot be questioned but that uncertainty over his future contributed to Arsenal failing to qualify for the Champions League.
It is the first time Arsenal, who finished fifth, have failed to qualify for the competition for 20 years.
Wenger, whose contract expires this summer, says his future will be decided after the FA Cup final on 27 May.
The German believes the club "needs legends like Steven Gerrard" and hopes to prepare the ex-England captain for a managerial role
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp would love club great Steven Gerrard to be his successor at Anfield.
Gerrard saw out his playing days with MLS side LA Galaxy after making the last of 710 appearances for Liverpool in May 2015.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has insisted that none of his star players will leave the club this summer.
Recent transfer speculations have seen the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Kyle Walker and Eric Dier being linked with exits from the club. However, the Argentinean is adamant that there is no reason for his star players to leave.