Not much seems to be going right for Jose Mourinho at the moment.
He's under pressure at Manchester United following two defeats from the club's opening four fixtures, at odds with both star man Paul Pogba and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, and, apparently, has Zinedine Zidane breathing down his neck for his job.
This weekend the international break brought the opportunity for a much-needed rest, and Mourinho took full advantage by going to see his stars - David De Gea and co. - in action at Wembley stadium.
The Portuguese was present at the national stadium for England's National League clash with Spain, and took his place in the swanky section to watch the action.
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (CBS) – A Connecticut woman mistakenly lit a stick of dynamite instead of a candle during a power outage and suffered severe injuries Thursday night, police said.
Authorities said the “tragic accident” happened to the 30-year-old mother of two on Lindley Street after thunderstorms passed through the Bridgeport area. The family tried to go to Home Depot to buy emergency lighting, but the store was closed.
When they got back home, they went to get what they believed were candles left behind in the basement by previous residents.
“She attempted to light one of what she thought was the candle and turned out to be a quarter stick of dynamite,” police said.
"Was watching the 2018 Ironman Lake Placid feed to see some friends finish when I saw this guy decided to jump up and celebrate his finish. Not sure I could keep a smile on my face but incredibly his happiness shines through his pain!"
By Andrew Kao These two men were in the middle of performing some amazing juggling skills with knives while one of them got a bit distracted – thankfully no one was badly hurt. Steven Strasburg, 24, a service desk engineer, was doing some juggling tricks with his partner in a Good Life Halfsy race, to […]
A stupid burglar is behind bars after falling through a Tesco ceiling during a failed robbery.
Jobless Liam Whybrow, 28, was jailed after the untidy raid made tracking him down easy work for PD Darcy. Footage of this 2am raid shows the moment Whybrow broke into the Tesco store – which was converted from a pub – by smashing his way through the ceiling.
The prolific burglar dangled momentarily, before jumping down and ripping the register from behind the counter.
He then did a runner, leaving a trail of evidence behind him - including foot and fingerprints as well as his scent on the till he dumped outside the store.
Video shows a group of men attacking a teen who they shoved off a San Francisco rail transit car in a dispute over loud music.
The videos show the younger man struggling as the older men try to push him out the train doors. One of the men reportedly tackled the youth and held him down. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is looking into the incident.