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Jose Mourinho's biggest bust-ups: Martial, Ozil, Casillas and more

After Jose Mourinho refused to answer a question about Man United's title chances, the FC crew question his demeanour during their preseason tour.

Jose Mourinho has cut a terse figure in preseason, but run-ins with players aren't new: from Anthony Martial to Mesut Ozil, Kaka to Iker Casillas. In fact, it's hard to find a superstar with whom the Special One hasn't picked a fight...

We run through 10 of his most memorable bust-ups.

10. Kaka (Real Madrid)

Kaka was famously one of the nicest and most mild-mannered superstars in football, so when he says a relationship between himself and a coach was "complicated," you can take that as his...

Iker Casillas tweets own blooper reel in support of Liverpool's Loris Karius

The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on how Alisson's transfer affects the market, Loris Karius' chances of moving to Chelsea and much more.

Iker Casillas continued his support of under-fire Loris Karius with a video compilation of his own worst errors, accompanied by the message: everyone makes mistakes.

The fPorto goalkeeper, who has won numerous trophies with Real Madrid and Spain, initially tweeted a defence of Karius, whose nightmare preseason continued on the back of his two high-profile errors in the Champions League final, insisting the attacks on the German need to stop following a blunder in the 3-1 loss to Borussia...

'Cristiano is Real Madrid': Iker Casillas wouldn't swap Ronaldo for Neymar

As Cristiano Ronaldo tries to clear up his comments after the UCL final, the FC crew read between the lines and ponder his future at Real Madrid.
Gab Marcotti reveals some of the candidates and his early pick for the next Real Madrid manager.
Gab Marcotti explains why he believes Zinedine Zidane has chosen to end his successful run as Real Madrid manager.

Former Real Madrid captain Iker Casillas says he expects Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium this summer, and would not swap the Portugal captain for any other player -- "even Neymar."

Ronaldo threw his own future into doubt after Saturday's Champions League final victory over Liverpool in Kiev by speaking in the past tense about the club, although sources have told ESPN FC he has yet to make a decision on whether he will sign a new contract or move to a new club.

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Iker Casillas 'always intended to stay' with Porto after signing new contract

Iker Casillas has been at FC Porto for three seasons.

Iker Casillas is delighted to have signed a new one-year contract with FC Porto.

Casillas, whose previous deal was due to expire this summer, made 19 league starts to help Porto capture the league title for the first time in five years.

"I am extremely happy to stay here for one more year," Casillas, who will turn 37 on Sunday, told the club's official website. "It's amazing to be linked with a fantastic club and city, both of which welcomed me from day one."

Casillas was a reported target of Premier...

 By PA Sport

Ex-Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas signs new one-year deal with Porto

Veteran goalkeeper Iker Casillas has ended speculation about his future by signing a new one-year deal at Porto.

The 36-year-old former Real Madrid player was linked with a move away from Portugal after helping the club win the Primeira Liga.

Casillas told Porto's official website: "I'm very happy to be here for another year.

"It is fantastic to be linked to a club and a fantastic city, which from the very first day welcomed me very well.

"There were rumours that I could leave, but my intention...

Real Madrid wrong to deny Barcelona 'guard of honour' in El Clasico - Porto's Iker Casillas

Porto goalkeeper Iker Casillas told Cadena Cope radio it was wrong for former club Real Madrid not to give a guard of honour to La Liga champions Barcelona on Sunday.

Madrid refused the tradition of showing the respect for the La Liga champions in the 2-2 draw in El Clasico at the Camp Nou. Instead, Barca club workers organised the pasillo, which normally includes two lines of players welcoming the champions onto the pitch.

Barca went into the game having won the league title when they beat Deportivo...