Manchester Uniteds EFL Cup win over Northampton did little to brighten Jose Mourinhos mood on Wednesday night.The Portuguese coach railed against footballs Einsteins, who he believes have tried to delete 16 years of his managerial career.It was the latest in a long line of colourful outbursts from Mourinho, and got ESPN thinking -- who is footballs king of coaching quips?You decide...Jose Mourinho: The self-proclaimed special one has never shied away from a press conference barb. In the past he has claimed that Rafa Benitez destroyed the best team in Europe after succeeding him at Inter, and called Arsene Wenger both a voyeur and a specialist in failure.Brian Clough: The man who took two provincial rivals -- Derby County and Nottingham Forest -- to the English championship (and beyond) almost on force of character alone. Clough famously once said of his abilities: I wouldnt say I was the best manager in the business. But I was in the top one.Sir Alex Ferguson: Football, bloody hell. That was Fergusons succinct summation of Manchester Uniteds 1999 Champions League, and it has come to be used as sporting shorthand. The former Red Devils boss also coined the phrase?squeaky-bum time to describe a tense season run-in.Jurgen Klopp: Klopp famously compared the way in which his Borussia Dortmund side played to heavy metal ahead of a clash with Arsenal. He [Arsene Wenger] likes having the ball, playing football, passes. Its like an orchestra. But its a silent song. I like heavy metal. Has also described himself as the normal one.Claudio Ranieri: The Italians press conferences were a colourful accompaniment to Leicesters surge to the title last season. Ranieri offered his players pizza for wins, compared himself to Pavarotti and even coined a new phrase -- Dilly-ding, dilly-dong!Bill Shankly: The man who turned Liverpool into the dominant force in English football in the 1960s and 70s once opined that football was much more serious than life and death. 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Laird finished with two pars in a 67. Rahm, du Toits former Arizona State teammate, birdied 16 and 18 in a 67. The Spaniard missed a 10-foot eagle putt on 18. Snedeker shot a 71 to tie for fifth at 10 under.Du Toit tied for ninth at 9 under after a 71. The Arizona State senior from Kimberley, British Columbia, was trying to become the first Canadian winner since Pat Fletcher, born in England, in 1954.UL INTERNATIONAL CROWNGURNEE, Ill. -- Cristie Kerr held on for a 3-and-2 victory over Englands Melissa Reid to give the United States the UL International Crown title.Kerr and company were shut out in the first session of the LPGA Tour event, but they got progressively better each day. Stacy Lewis and Gerina Piller each closed out wins before Reid missed a birdie putt on 16, handing the decisive victory to Kerr.Lewis and Piller ran to the green for a group hug with Kerr when it was over. Kerrs caddie, Brady Stockton, grabbed the flag at 16 to save it for his player.Lexi Thompson lost 2 and 1 to South Koreas So Yeon Ryu, and then joined the celebration at a muggy Merit Club about 40 miles northwest of Chicago. The Americans won a silver trophy, and each of the players took home a crown and $100,000 apiece.Kerr and Thompson teamed for wins on Friday and Saturday, and the momentum carried over into singles. Piller beat Taiwans Yani Tseng 4 and 3, and Lewis topped Japans Mika Miyazato 3 and 2.South Korea, which was the top seed coming into the event, finished second with 12 points, one back of the United States. Taiwan and England tied for third with 11, and Japan finished fifth with eight points.SENIOR BRITISH OPENCARNOUSTIE, Scotland -- Paul Broadhurst won the Senior British Open at Carnoustie for his first senior major title, closing with a 4-under 68 for a two-stroke victory over Scott McCarron.The 50-year-old Broadhurst overcame an opening 75 to become the third English player to win a PGA Tour Champions major, joining Mark James and Roger Chapman. Broadhurst also is the first player to win the event in his debut since Fred Couples in 2012 at Turnberry.Broadhurst shot a 66 on Friday and a 68 on Saturday to enter the final round four strokes behind leader Miguel Angel Jimenez. The winner birdied the sixth, 10th, 13th and 15th in his bogey-free round in mostly cloudy conditions with 8-16 mph wind and occasional drizzle.dddddddddddd He finished at 11-under 277.McCarron bogeyed the par-3 16th and par-4 18th in his 69. Jimenez had a 75 to drop into a tie for third with Magnus Atlevi (67) at 8 under.Broadhurst earned $279,144, a full PGA Tour Champions exemption through the 2017 season, a spot in the 2017 British Open at Royal Birkdale and a five-year exemption into the season-opening Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hawaii. The 1991 Ryder Cup player won six times on the European Tour and also took the European Senior Tours Scottish Senior Open.UTAH CHAMPIONSHIPLEHI, Utah -- Nicholas Lindheim won the Utah Championship for his first Web.com Tour title and a likely spot next season on the PGA Tour.The 31-year-old Californian closed with a 3-under 69 at Thanksgiving Point to finish at 15-under 269 and beat playing partner J.J. Spaun by two strokes. Lindheim earned $117,000 to jump from 83rd to 14th on the money list with $153,694, with the top 25 at the end of the regular season earning PGA Tour cards.A self-taught player who took up golf at 19, Lindheim also has two PGA Tour Latinoamerica victories.Spaun had a 70. He earned $70,200 to jump from 15th to sixth on the money list with $213,820.Xander Schauffele was third at 12 under after a 65.AMERICAN CENTURY CHAMPIONSHIPSTATELINE, Nev. -- Mark Mulder rallied at Edgewood Tahoe to successfully defend his title in the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament.The former pitcher birdied seven of his first 13 holes and finished with a 29-point round for a five-point victory over former tennis player Mardy Fish in the modified Stableford event. Players received six points for eagle, three for birdie, one for par, zero for bogey and minus-two for double bogey or worse.Mulder finished with 74 points and earned $125,000.Second-round leader Fish had a 19-point day, missing a 12-foot eagle putt in 18.Actor Jack Wagner was third at 67, followed by former hockey players Jeremy Roenick (66) and Mike Modano (65). Entertainer Justin Timberlake was 21st with 35 points, and two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry tied for 27th with 28 points. 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