Manchester United’s biggest game over the last few years is less than a week away now, with the Red Devils preparing to take on Ajax in the Europa League final. For the winner, there is a trophy, as well as a spot in the Champions League next season.
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Manchester United made some wonderful signings last summer, with Jose Mourinho’s first act as manager bringing in the likes of Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic. I’d argue that there is no coach better at identifying a team’s needs, then fixing that issue.
Manchester United’s 0-0 draw against Southampton was a drab affair, but honestly, that was to be expected. All attentions for the Old Trafford club are rightfully being directed towards the Europa League final, and that’s probably why we haven’t won in our last three Premier League outings.
Manchester United’s biggest game of their season is less than a week away now, with the Red Devils’ preparations for the Europa League final well underway. Before that, though, Jose Mourinho and his players have just one more Premier League game to get through.
Jose Mourinho explains that hugely missed Man United star will come back into the squad against Palace
Manchester United have had to cope without the services of Paul Pogba over the last couple of games, due to the tragic loss of his father late last week. The 24-year-old Frenchman has been a huge miss, and his on-ball brilliance just couldn’t be replaced.
Manchester United now have just one Premier League game left. The fixture against Southampton looked like a couple of sides coming to the end of their season, merely taking part in a rather dull game. However, one man stood out from the rest.
Manchester United Football Club’s season is winding down to a close, with Jose Mourinho’s men having a mixed first season under their new management. One man who has drifted in and out of proceedings is veteran Michael Carrick. When he has played, the rest of our starting line-up seem a whole lot calmer.
Manchester United take on Southampton this evening, in a game that is pretty pointless for both sides. All attentions for Jose Mourinho and his men should be firmly on the Europa League final against Ajax, which takes place one week from today.
Manchester United’s penultimate game of the season takes place this evening, with Jose Mourinho taking his side to the South Coast to take on Claude Puel’s Southampton side. This is a game that the hosts will badly want to win, to go some way towards avenging their EFL Cup final loss at the hands of the Red Devils.