Manchester United have had a whole host of legends on their books over the years. Not many have left a bigger legacy behind than Wayne Rooney. The Englishman has been an outstanding servant to Old Trafford for well over a decade, but it felt different watching him this season.
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What an end to an excellent season for Manchester United Football Club. Watching our idols lift a European trophy for the first time in over a decade was a joyous moment, and it certainly feels like the Red Devils are a side on the rise.
Manchester United Football Club have done it. The Red Devils won the Europa League in Stockholm last night, thanks to goals from Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan. It was a tactical masterclass from Jose Mourinho, in a game that we never looked like losing.
Manchester United Football Club’s season is over. Jose Mourinho a flop? Not a chance. The man delivered two trophies, as well as giving us Champions League football to look forward to next season. Now, comes the transfer period, with the next two months set to be interesting…
Manchester United completed the jigsaw. The Europa League was the only major piece of silverware missing from the trophy cabinet, and now, the 2016/17 season will always go down as the one where that gap was filled. Credit to every single player in our squad.
Say goodbye to the Europa League. Manchester United beat Ajax 2-0 in what turned out to be a comfortable game for the Red Devils. Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan provided the goals in a match that we controlled throughout, and what a feeling it was to lift the trophy.
Sadly, last night is the last we’ll see of our Manchester United heroes for at least a couple of months. Jose Mourinho and his players ended the campaign on a high, by winning the Europa League trophy and earning a place in the Champions League as a result.
Manchester United have done it. They beat Ajax (rather comfortably), to win the Europa League. Jose Mourinho must be so proud of his players, and we can end this season on a real high after such a tough, rigorous year, particularly on the players.
Manchester United Football Club takes on Ajax this evening, in a game that’ll truly define our season. The Red Devils will be hoping to lift the trophy not only for personal pride but for the city of Manchester, after the devastating attack that took place on Monday night.