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Manchester United goalie David de Gea has won his first Golden Glove award

MAN UNITED SECURE SECOND PLACE IN PREMIER LEAGUE

West Ham United 0-0 Manchester United

With 18 clean sheets for the season, Red Devil’s “Player of the Year” goalie David de Gea has won his first Golden Glove award after he held West Ham United scoreless in a 0-0 draw with Manchester United’s at Olympic Stadium in London on Thursday evening. With one point from the stalemate, Manchester United has secured their second-place finish with 78 points on the Premier League Table as United earn a top-three finish for the first time since former manager Six Alex Ferguson retired.

Before the game, Jose Mourinho was asked what his intentions were from the match with West Ham.

“A point. We need a point. We have two matches for that, but hopefully, we can do it today. Are we going to play for the point? No. We’re going to try to win. But we have a clear objective for these two matches, which is to finish second. And to finish second, we need a point.”

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Manchester United No.1 goalkeeper David de Gea

Squads

After their loss to Brighton on Friday Manchester United jettisoned Rojo, Young, Darmian, Mata, Fellaini, Matic, Martial, and Rashford, and brought in Lindelof, Jones, Valencia, Herrera, McTominay, Shaw, Lingard and Sanchez. 

West Ham United, manager David Moyes

Adrian, Rice, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Zabaleta, Kouyate, Noble, Masuaku, Joao Mario, Lanzini, Arnautovic. Subs: Carroll, Hugill, Obiang, Hart, Evra, Fernandes, Cullen.

Manchester United, manager Jose Mourinho

De Gea, Lindelof, Smalling, Jones, Valencia, Herrera, McTominay, Shaw, Lingard, Sanchez, Pogba. Subs: Bailly, Mata, Martial, Blind, Young, Rashford, Romero.

Referee: Jonathan Moss.

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David Moyes, West Ham United manager

West Ham boss David Moyes said he is keeping Sir Alex Ferguson and his family in his thoughts after the legendary manager's recent health scare. Sir Alex was rushed to hospital after suffering a brain hemorrhage, where emergency surgery was performed on the former Manchester United boss. Further updates state that the 76-year-old is now on the road to recovery, a fact that fellow Scotsman Moyes is happy to learn. Moyes took over from Sir Alex at Manchester United in 2013, after Sir Alex decided to end his highly successful 26-year career in charge of Man United. The new Hammers manager is keeping his old colleague and his family on his mind while they battle against his condition. Moyes revealed he was informed of Sir Alex's ill health during the journey back from his side's 2-0 victory at Leicester City and hopes he is on the mend.

"We were all devastated when we heard the news, after the game on Saturday, coming back from Leicester," Moyes said. "If the news is correct, and Sir Alex is doing well, then we are thrilled, we really are.  "I’ve not had any more news than what I’ve been picking up in bits and pieces from the media. We will be thinking about him and his family. I know them all very well and I just hope he is sitting up in bed, and he is watching this news conference."

Moyes claimed a second successive win after securing their Premier League safety.

“There is no let up from the start. The further we get up the league the more money for the club, so we’ve got to try to win the games. At home, we’ve always got a chance.”

David Moyes says West Ham United must strive to find a greater level of consistency in their performances next campaign. Moyes led the Hammers to Premier League safety with a 2-0 win at Leicester City on Saturday. After the match, Moyes spoke about how to ensure West Ham is not dragged into another relegation battle in 2018-19. With all three promoted teams potentially staying up and three seemingly established Premier League clubs facing the drop, the 2017-18 season has been among the most competitive in recent history. West Ham could yet secure a top-ten finish, despite the fact they have spent virtually the entire season in the bottom half. West Ham will have to win 3 straight league games. I want to be challenging the top teams.

“I always felt that the team was good enough to be looking up the league, rather than down, but there were some games we’d really have like to have done a lot better in, but we didn’t,” said Moyes. “With the runs teams like West Brom and Crystal Palace have been on, the bottom half of the league has been pretty exciting this season and I don’t think there is any guarantee that any one team is necessarily that much better than another. I must say, I think the three promoted teams who came up really put the cat among the pigeons when they found their form. I think it’s hard to judge how I’ve done this season. I actually would like to be a manager who wins games regularly. I don’t want to be a manager who is battling around relegation. I want to have winning teams. I had eleven years of, in the main, winning teams, and that’s what I want to do. I want to be challenging the top teams and have a team that, most weeks, I have an idea of what their level of performance will likely be, because that means I’m feeling a lot better every week, rather than wondering if we are up or down. Some of our performances here have been excellent and some I’ve wondered ‘Where did that come from?’. Consistency is getting yourself at a level of play and building it, and everybody would like consistency.”

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Paul Pogba

Manager Jose Mourinho expects midfielder Paul Pogba will be at Manchester United next season, despite rumors of a possible summer departure. The 25-year-old France international has struggled to live up to the £89million fee which was paid by United to Juventus in the summer of 2016 to bring Pogba back to Old Trafford for a second spell.

“I think he's going to be here next season, that's my feeling”, said Jose Mourinho.

Mourinho said that he is not in any mood to move the player on. The Portuguese said ahead of Thursday night’s trip to West Ham:

"I think he's going to be here next season, that's my feeling. I can give the guarantee that I don't want him to leave, that the club doesn't want to sell him, and I can give you the guarantee that we don't have any approach from him or his agent or from any club. In this moment, for me, he's staying, yes."

Pogba has scored 15 goals in 85 appearances in all competitions since his return to United, having spent the previous four seasons with Italian giants Juventus.  And Mourinho was also quick to dismiss suggestions that Rashford could be loaned out next season, having made more Premier League appearances as a substitute rather than a starter so far this term.

"What does he need to do to impress me? He impresses me, that's the reason why he was selected for every match of the season, absolutely every match of the season. That's why he played in so many of them, so he doesn't need to leave to play. He doesn't need anything," Mourinho retorted.

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Andy Carroll

Andy Carroll had hoped to repay the support of the Claret and Blue Army by signing off the season with a couple of goals in West Ham United’s final two Premier League matches. The center forward has scored only 3 goals in 17 appearances during a stop-start campaign interrupted by groin and ankle injuries. All 3 goals were vital to the Hammers’ successful bid to avoid relegation. Carroll scored twice in the home win over West Bromwich Albion and next scored a last-gasp equaliser in the 1-1 draw with Stoke City, the No9 wants to hit the net again when West Ham host Everton to reward the fans who sang his name throughout Saturday’s vital 2-0 victory at Leicester City.

“The fans were brilliant, we were brilliant and the other results went our way, too,” said Andy Carroll. “Saturday was brilliant. For me personally, coming on after they were singing my name while I was warming up on the touchline was really good. I didn’t really expect it, to be honest, but our fans chose to get behind me and it was nice to hear. It was a good game for us. The lads stuck together and we deserved it, really. I thought we played well and it was a good day all round. The fans were brilliant, we were brilliant and the other results went our way, too.”

Carroll almost made it four at the King Power Stadium.

“I could have had a goal, but I decided I’d take it out wide instead and hold a couple of their players off by the corner flag in front of our fans, just to show off my strength! Being serious, I should have probably taken a better touch and scored. It would be nice to have some more minutes on the pitch. Getting 15 or 20 minutes the other day was good, so it would be nice to get out there again in the last two games and get a goal or two. After that, I’ll take Billi and the kids away for a nice chilled holiday and keep myself ticking over before coming back in for pre-season training.”

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Javiar Hernandez - "Chicharito" celebrates with his West Ham teammate Marko Amautovic

Chicharito

West Ham footballer Chicharito shared his affection for Sir Alex Ferguson as his former Manchester United manager continues to recover following his brain hemorrhage and surgery. Sir Alex brought the Mexican striker to Old Trafford from Guadalajara in 2010. Ferguson was taken ill on Sunday and underwent emergency surgery. The Red Devils issued a statement on Wednesday evening confirming that the legendary Scottish manager is out of intensive care and will continue to be treated as an inpatient. Chicharito welcomed his old club to London Stadium on Thursday evening for what turned out to be a nil-nil stalemate between West Ham United and Man United. “Little Pea” welcomed the news that his old boss’s health is improving. Chicharito enjoyed three outstanding seasons under Sir Alex at Manchester United, winning two Premier League titles and scoring 50 goals.  

“Sir Alex gave me the chance to be here in Europe and to play with one of the best teams in the world. He’s like a father. I was really shocked about the news,” said Chicharito. “I found out when West Ham Vice-Chairman Karren Brady, who had suffered a similar illness, shared her thoughts and prayers for Sir Alex and she let me know via WhatsApp. Thankfully, the news is that he is already getting better and improving, so all my thoughts and prayers are also with him and his family. I can’t imagine what they are going through right now, but hopefully, Sir Alex can stay strong, keep improving and we can keep him in this world. He’s been fundamental to my life and my career. He gave me the chance to be here in Europe and to play with one of the best teams in the world. He’s like a father. He treated me well and welcomed me in a very good way and I thought we spent three very good years together at Manchester United.”

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Manchester United v Watford

Jose Mourinho has confirmed he will make further squad changes for Man United’s final Premier League game of the season against Watford on Sunday, May 13th. The Portuguese has confirmed the identity of four starters for Sunday’s match. The boss has said that Sergio Romero will play in goal against the Hornets, in place of David De Gea. Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford will start after starting on the bench against the Hammers. Mourinho stated that captain Michael Carrick will start Sunday’s league finale, for what will be the 36-year-old midfielder’s final appearance at Old Trafford before hanging up his boots at the end of the season to take up a coaching role among Jose’s staff.

“Romero plays on Sunday because he deserves that and some other players are going to play because we as a team achieved the second position and we as a team are going to play the FA Cup final,” said Mourinho after Thursday’s game. “It is normal that Michael Carrick is captain at Old Trafford for the last game of his career. David De Gea will be rested, so it gives a chance for Sergio Romero to play. I can make changes. Marcus and Anthony played against Brighton. Today it was for Alexis and Jesse Lingard to play and Sunday is again for Martial and Rashford.”

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David Moyes, Manager of West Ham United and Jose Mourinho, Manager of Manchester United speak prior to the Premier League match between West Ham United and Manchester United at London Stadium on May 10, 2018 in London, England.

DE GEA WINS HIS FIRST-EVER GOLDEN GLOVE AWARD

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Man United No.1 goalie David De Gea during the Premier League match between West Ham United and Manchester United at London Stadium on May 10, 2018 in London, England.

DAVID DE GEA WINS HIS FIRST-EVER GOLDEN GLOVE AWARD

West Ham United 0-0 Manchester United 

Manchester United’s clean sheet at the London Stadium in the Red Devil's 0-0 draw against West Ham United means David De Gea has won the Premier League’s Golden Glove award for the first time in his increasingly decorated stellar Man United career. The Spaniard is top of the table with 18 clean sheets, which is two more than Manchester City’s Ederson with just one top-flight fixture left to play. De Gea kept his latest shut-out in a goalless draw away at West Ham, where the Spaniard looked comfortable with the hosts having only two shots on target.

"It feels good, it is my first Golden Glove award," De Gea told MUTV after the game. "I am really happy for that. It means we defended well in this league, I am happy for me and happy for the team. It is for everyone, it is a team award, not just for the goalkeeper. It's good for me but I am also happy for the team."

"David has been terrific," added his manager Jose Mourinho. "But the Golden Glove is about the team and not about somebody analyzing the goalkeeper, and deciding this is the best goalkeeper of the Premier League. It is about clean sheets and they are about the team. Obviously, we are all very happy for David and it is a great team achievement."

This latest accolade will be another feather in De Gea’s cap, who won the Players' Player of the Year prize and, for a record-breaking fourth time, was named the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year at the club's annual awards ceremony earlier this month. Spaniard de Gea made his debut for United in the summer of 2011 and has gone on to make over 300 appearances for the Reds.

After the game in the capital, Jose Mourinho talked about his side coming in second in his post-match interviews.

“We are the second best team in the Premier League, a fantastic competition with lots of good teams with six teams trying to finish first. I feel okay, I am not jumping around – that’s not my nature or my history. Manchester United are the same. We don’t celebrate second positions but we are happy because for a few months, we realized it was impossible to win the league and, of course, the target is the second position. The top four is obviously important but it’s better to finish second than fourth and it’s better to be second for months and months and months than losing that position and that control. I think we deserved that, the boys deserve that and to be the runner-up is not bad in a league of this dimension and this difficulty,” said Mourinho. “I am disappointed] but they had a good attitude, they played the way they should, they play to win the game like we planned. But you need a point to finish second, you need a point to have a relaxed Sunday against Watford and when you get to minute 70-75 and you realize the game is under control and even with Andy Carroll playing more direct, we adapt very well to that change of style. It was just about keeping control of the game and finishing with the point we need. I am not critical of the performance at all. Against Brighton, at half-time I told the players they were going to lose and tonight at half-time I said we would win. I was wrong but we were positive in the game. In the 80th minute, we know that a point was enough so we start thinking about that and we let the game go.”

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David de Gea, Manchester United No.1 goalkeeper

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Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has best EPL record

Here are the top "Big Six" Premier League goalkeepers for the 2017-18 season as of March 2, 2018 with save %, number of saves and clean sheets.

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David de Gea, Manchester United

Save percentage: 81.2%, Total saves: 95, Clean sheets: 15

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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says his No.1 goalkeeper David De Gea looks on track to win a fourth player-of-the-year award in his at Old Trafford having won in 2013-14, 2014-15 and 2015-16. The Spaniard has once again been amazing this season for his Manchester United side, making 95 stops, recording a save percentage of 81.2 and keeping a Premier League-high 15 clean sheets. De Gea has made about twice as many as his rivals Ederson (46) and Hugo Lloris (53). Manchester United are second in on the Premier League Table having conceded fewer goals than anyone but Manchester City who are in first place on track to win the Premier League trophy. Manchester United currently sit in their top position in the England Premier League since former manager Six Alex Ferguson’s departure. However, United are proving more reliant on the brilliant Spanish goalie than ever. De Gea’s agent, Jorge Mendes, is in negotiations about a new contract with Manchester United, with Real Madrid also interested, and the importance of retaining the 27-year-old is crucial to the Red Devils. In United’s 3-1 victory over Arsenal in December, de Gea made 14 saves. Victory over Liverpool at Old Trafford on Saturday moved Man United five points clear of their cross-town noisy neighbors and strengthen their grip on second place. David de Gea Quintana is regarded by many as the best goalkeeper in the world, and De Gea is the master shot-stopper to date this season.

Born: November 7, 1990 (age 27), Madrid, Spain

Height: 6′ 4″

Weight: 168 lbs

Salary: 10.4 million GBP (2015)

Current teams: Manchester United F.C. No.1 Goalkeeper; Spain national football team No.11 Goalkeeper

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Hugo Lloris, Tottenham Hotspur

Save percentage: 69.7%, Total saves: 53, Clean sheets: 13

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Tottenham Hotspur are in great form in the Premier League, and Hugo Lloris’s 4 clean sheets in the last 5 encounters have helped Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino’s side move into the top four. The Frenchman has kept opponents out in 13 matches this season.

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Ederson Moraes, Manchester City

Save percentage: 69.7%, Total saves: 46, Clean sheets: 13

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Ederson’s composure in possession and long-range passing, and conventional goalkeeping duties are brilliant this season. The Brazilian has conceded only 20 goals. Ederson’s 13 clean sheets are the joint-second highest in the division.

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Loris Karius, Liverpool

Save percentage: 68%, Total saves: 17, Clean sheets: 5

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Liverpool’s new goalie, Loris Karius has moved up to the No.1 role at Anfield this season.The German has been much improved in his 10 Premier League appearances in 2017-18, keeping five clean sheets.

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Thibaut Courtois, Chelsea

Save percentage: 67.9%, Total saves: 55, Clean sheets: 13

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Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois is one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League. The Belgian has made 55 saves and conceded 26 goals in 2017-18. Courtois record of 13 clean sheets is second best in the EPL.

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Petr Cech, Arsenal

Save percentage: 62%, Total saves: 67, Clean sheets: 9

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Arsenal’s superstar goalie Petr Cech publicly apologized for two costly errors after Arsenal's 2-1 loss to Brighton last time out. The ex-Chelsea goalie has fought hard for his side throughout this season.

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Simon Mignolet, Liverpool

Save percentage: 59.3%, Total saves: 35, Clean sheets: 7

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Mignolet is spending this season on the substitutes' bench after beginning the campaign as Liverpool's No.1. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has replaced Mignolet in favor of Loris Karius.

WEST HAM 0-2 MANCHESTER UNITED

Man Utd superstar striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores second goal against West Ham

PREMIER LEAGUE: WEST HAM UNITED 0-2 MANCHESTER UNITED

Manchester United win 1st match in 2017 to go within a point of 4th place on EPL Table

Jose Mourniho's Manchester United side got off to a winning start in the New Year as the Red Devils defeated 10 man West Ham 2-0 away at London Stadium to go within one point of fourth place with second half goals from sub Juan Mata assisted by teenager Marcus Rashford, and superstar striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic on Monday evening. Ibra has already scored more goals in all competitions than Manchester United's top goal scorer last season (Martial, 17). Amazing Man Utd goalie David de Gea gets credit for another clean sheet in his 250th appearance for the club. In Round 20 to date, Chelsea remain in first with 49 points; Liverpool are in second with 44 points, Manchester City are in third with 42 points, Arsenal are in fourth with 41 points, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United are tied in fifth with 39 points apiece. Everton is in seventh with 30 points, West Brom is in eighth with 29 points, AFC Bournemouth is in ninth with 25 points, Southampton is in tenth with 24 points.

Match Report

Juan Mata 63

Zlatan Ibrahimovic 78

Squads

Man United manager Jose Mourinho made five changes to his side from their last match with Jones, Rojo, Darmian, Carrick and Lingard coming in for Smalling, Fellaini, Martial, Bailly and Blind.West Ham manager Bilic brought in Obiang, Lanzini and Feghouli for Noble, Ayew and Carroll.

West Ham United

Randolph, Obiang, Reid, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Kouyate, Nordtveit, Antonio, Feghouli, Payet, Lanzini. Subs: Carroll, Adrian, Noble, Ayew, Fletcher, Fernandes, Quina.

Manchester United

De Gea, Valencia, Jones, Rojo, Darmian, Ander Herrera, Carrick, Pogba, Mkhitaryan, Ibrahimovic, Lingard. Subs: Mata, Martial, Smalling, Young, Rashford, Romero, Fellaini.

Referee: Mike Dean

Manchester United is enjoying a run of six Premier League victories with their 2-0 defeat of the Hammers. Juan Mata and Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored in East London to take Man United to within a point of fourth place. The controversial sending off of West Ham’s Sofiane Feghouli at 15 minutes after what looked like a hard but fair challenge resulted in a straight red card given by referee Mike Dean in front of a crowd of 57,000.

United manager José Mourinho admitted that the turning point of the match was the controversial call by referee Dean to send off Feghouli after a hefty challenge with Phil Jones that saw both men fight for a loose ball. Half-time arrived accompanied by a chorus of boos directed at Dean. Feghouli will now miss the Hammers' FA Cup third-round home tie against Manchester City on Friday. West Ham supporters showed their anger at the ref by chanting 'Mike Dean - it's all about you'. Dean has shown 14 red cards in the EPL since the start of last season - at least six more than any other referee.

The match was scoreless at half‑time when Mourinho brought on Juan Mata, and then Marcus Rashford who combined to score the opening goal of the match. Mata has been involved in 40 Premier League goals (25 goals, 15 assists) since his Man United debut. Only Wayne Rooney with 46 Premier League goals (29 goals, 17 assists) has a better record in that time.

United are steadily improving match by match hot on the heels of the other top four contenders and gaining momentum with every win including their victory against West Ham only 48 hours after their previous win against Middlesbrough.

After the game, West Ham boss Slaven Bilic was still angry with Dean but proud of his men.

"I was pleased with the performance, we fought hard and gave everything. I told my players that if we did this we will be all right in the table. Ten men against a team like this is very hard - but we had chances. I am disappointed with the result and frustrated by how we lost it, but I am proud of my players."

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is enjoying his longest winning run in all competitions (seven) since January 2014 when in charge of Chelsea.

"It was hard for us to think well with one more man - and it was very hard for them physically. I was happy with my choices in Juan Mata and Marcus Rashford, they gave us what we needed. Rashford is very professional and very mature. He is a Manchester United player with Manchester United DNA. I don't feel sorry for West Ham - I didn't watch the decisions. I think if you talk about decisions, we are the champions of bad decisions."

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Juan Mata scores opening goal against West Ham for Man United

Juan Mata celebrates scoring opening goal against West Ham for Manchester United

Man Utd No. 1 goalkeeper David de Gea gets credit for another clean sheet

Jose Mourniho's Man United side defeated West Ham 2-0