Manchester United ensured safe progression through to the Europa League knockout stages this evening, thanks to a 2-0 victory away at Zorya Luhansk in Odessa. Despite the match being played in difficult conditions, Jose’s men put in a spirited performance and it was great to see.
Manchester United Football Club take on Zorya Luhansk tonight – a Ukrainian side who are hoping to notch up their first win in the competition. Jose Mourinho’s side need a win to ensure qualification, but that’s dependent on the game between Fenerbahce and Feyenoord.
Manchester United’s final game in the Europa League group stage is supposed to take place tomorrow, with Jose Mourinho’s side in Ukraine to take on Zorya Luhansk. A win here secures safe passage through to the knockout round, but the game has been thrown into some doubt…
Manchester United take on Ukrainian side Zorya Luhansk in the Europa League tomorrow evening, with Jose Mourinho’s men currently sitting in second place in their group. The game won’t be easy, mainly due to the extremely cold weather conditions at this time of year.
Manchester United Football Club are undergoing a major transition at the moment, as Jose looks to implement his ideas and tactics on a squad that clearly has immense talent. The manager has already brought in four players, and now he looks set to shift a couple of big names.
Manchester United Football Club broke the bank to bring Paul Pogba back to Old Trafford over the summer, with Jose Mourinho putting real faith in the 23-year-old Frenchman. The player is slowly improving and getting more accustomed to our tactics, and hopefully, he’ll keep up that progression.
It feels like a recurring story at the moment, with Manchester United dropping points late on in games that we should have the quality in our team to hold on and win. Once again, that happened at the weekend with Everton scoring a late penalty to earn themselves a point.
Manchester United Football Club made some stellar signings over the summer, with Jose Mourinho sanctioning big money to bring in quality like Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba. However, with that there has to be players leaving the club, and one man is attracting interest.
Manchester United’s league position feels somewhat false at the moment, particularly over the last month or so when the performances on display have been pretty good. However, at this point in time, United are a massive nine points off the top four – and we’re only in December.