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Mourinho to add one more signing

first_imgUnited have been linked with moves for Leicester’s Harry Maguire, Tottenham’s Toby Alderweireld, Chelsea’s Willian and Inter Milan’s Ivan Perisic.Asked if he will be able to add two new faces to his squad, Mourinho told beIN SPORTS: “No. I’m confident I’ll get one. I think two is not what I will get.“I think in every pre-season it happens basically the same with probably every club, which the manager wants more. It is our nature and our way to always want more for your team.“But club decisions are different. Normally you don’t get what you want which basically happened throughout my career. If I sign one player before the window closes, that’s fine.”The Red Devils have struggled to find their rhythm in their pre-season friendlies thus far, with many of their star players still on holiday. They will face Real Madrid in Miami on Wednesday. Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho. Photo/TEAMTALK MEDIALONDON, United Kingdom, July 31 – Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that he only expects to sign one of his remaining transfer targets before the new season commences. 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000 Mourinho is still eyeing at least two more signings but has admitted that he will only be allowed to bring in one more player to join fellow new arrivals Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant.last_img read more

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First-Half Deficit Hinders Men’s Basketball At Wichita State

first_img WICHITA, Kan. – The Drake University men’s basketball team outscored Wichita State by five points in the second half but could not overcome a 30-point halftime deficit in a 90-65 loss Wednesday evening at Charles Koch Arena.Wichita State (13-3, 3-0 MVC) were led by five players in double-figures with Daishon Smith and Shaquille Morris’ 13 points leading the way. Defensively, WSU held Drake to just 38 percent shooting on the game while outrebounding the Bulldogs 54-28 with 18 offensive rebounds.Drake (3-12, 1-2 MVC) got 13 points from De’Antae McMurray (Alton, Ill.), who matched a career-high with three three-pointers. Reed Timmer (New Berlin, Wis.) added 11 points, seven from the free-throw line, in the loss.”I’m proud of our guys’ effort in the second half,” said Drake head coach Jeff Rutter. “Beside just shooting better, there was better energy, better hustle along with our base defense. For us to give up 50 points in the first half and lose the hustle plays while shooting 26 percent, that’s not a good recipe. We just weren’t knocking down shots and we can’t be defined by whether we make or miss shots.”The Bulldogs struggled early, missing their first six shots before McMurray scored four minutes into the game, but not before WSU ran out to an 8-0 lead. That deficit was quickly compounded by a 10-0 WSU spurt to jump out to a 20-5 lead. Midway through the opening half, WSU assembled a 22-4 run to help the Shockers take a 46-14 lead en route to its 51-21 advantage at halftime while holding Drake to just 26 percent shooting. McMurray scored eight of his points in the first half along with three assists.Four Shockers scored eight or more points in the opening half as WSU shot 48.8 percent from the field and held a 36-12 advantage in rebounding to help pick up 19 second-chance points. The Shockers’ 51 first-half points were the most Drake has surrendered in a half this season.Despite besting the Shockers in most statistical categories in the second half, Drake was unable to stem the tide as WSU sank a trio of three-pointers in the first nine minutes of the period to extend its lead to 69-36. The Bulldogs continued to compete throughout the remainder of the second half, shooting 53.8 percent from the floor in the period, but could get no closer than 23 points in the second half. The Bulldogs also shot 54.5 percent from the arc in the half and were able to attack more offensively and get to the free-throw line 16 times in the second half after failing to do so in the first half.Drake returns home for a two-game homestand starting on Sunday afternoon against Evansville. Tipoff against the Purple Aces is scheduled for 3 p.m. and will be broadcast on The Valley on ESPN3 and on radio via ESPN Des Moines 1350-AM. Evansville 1/8/2017 – 3 p.m. Box Score (HTML) Next Game: Print Friendly Version Story Links Full Schedule Roster Preview Buy Tickets Live Stats 1350 ESPN Des Moines The Valley On ESPN3 Listen Live Watch Live Box Score (PDF) last_img read more

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