Manchester United Football Club took a massive decision to sack Louis van Gaal over the summer, despite an FA Cup win. Narrowly missing out on the top four seemed to be the nail in the coffin for the Iron Tulip, and the board opted to bring in the tried and tested in Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United have made a decent start to life under Jose Mourinho, despite a poor string of results directly after the international break. Those mistakes seem to have been corrected and the lads are now back on a decent run of form.
Manchester United take on Stoke City tomorrow, with Jose Mourinho looking to secure back-to-back Premier League wins after two losses in a row in that competition. The game won’t be easy, and the Potters always prove to be a tough opponent when they play at the Theatre of Dreams.
Manchester United’s attentions turn back to the Premier League this weekend, with Jose Mourinho going head-to-head with former Red legend, Mark Hughes. His Stoke City side have been struggling recently, and United will be hoping to pile on the misery tomorrow lunch time.
Manchester United followed up three defeats on the trot with three wins on the bounce, and now Jose Mourinho will be looking for his side to push on from here and keep going. Next up, Stoke City at home, and they’ll provide a physical challenge as well as some potentially dangerous opponents on the counter.
Manchester United Football Club simply have to win this coming game this evening, as the reds lost last time out away at Feyenoord. That means Mourinho’s men are already three points off the pace, and a win here is essential we hold any aspirations of topping the group.
Manchester United have been playing well over the last few games which must be great to see for Jose Mourinho, particularly after a bad spell. Later today, his side take on Zorya Luhansk for the first competitive meeting between the sides in their history.
Manchester United Football Club have had their injury troubles of late, with Jose Mourinho’s men missing several key players. Their luck seems to have changed for the better now though, and Anthony Martial is back involved much to the delight of the fans.
Manchester United simply have to win in the Europa League tomorrow, when Jose Mourinho’s men go head-to-head with Ukrainian cup winners, Zorya Luhansk. The opponents kicked off their European competition with a draw, so three points here is nothing short of essential if we have hopes to win the group.