Manchester United manager David Moyes said he was delighted to have won their Champions League group after beating Shakhtar Donetsk 1-0 at Old Trafford on Tuesday (December 10). Manchester United midfielder Phil Jones grabbed the winner to make sure his already-qualified team finished top of Group A as they eliminated Shakhtar from the competition.
The England World Cup squad arrived in Portugal on Monday (May 19) to start their five-day training camp at the Vale do Lobo resort, in the south of the country. All the players were able to take part in the training session although Phil Jones and standby defender John Stones were only able to do non-contact work as they recover from injury.
Phil Jones has spent the last onto dressing up like local realtors and placing his photo over their ads. Why? He joins HuffPost Live to let it out.
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