Manchester United’s transformation under Jose Mourinho has already begun. The self-proclaimed Special One clearly has big plans for the Red Devils, and this season has been a good starting point; particularly if the club manage to win the Europa League in just over one week’s time.
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Manchester United Football Club are renowned for producing world class players directly from their own academy. In my opinion, the finest footballer we’ve ever had in from our system has to be the Ginger Prince, Paul Scholes.
Manchester United’s Jose Mourinho has been embroiled in some sort of situation with Luke Shaw recently, with the gaffer really slamming the 21-year-old in the media. The reasoning behind it is yet to be known, and as far as I can tell, the left-back has done pretty good for us.
Manchester United got their bid for a top four finish back on track over the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s men showing real guts and determination to overcome Middlesbrough. Now, we’re on international hiatus, which gives some of our players time to regroup and get that energy flowing again.
Manchester United Football Club got another much-needed victory under their belt at the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s team beating Watford by a 2-0 scoreline. The result was largely down to the fact that Anthony Martial was back in the side, as the Frenchman grabbed himself a goal and also an assist.
Manchester United’s pressure on the teams above them feels rather relentless right now, with Jose Mourinho’s men on an excellent unbeaten streak. However, we’ve still not moved up the table, and the Red Devils have to keep winning to ensure a top four finish.
Yesterday, Rio Ferdinand sent Instagram into meltdown when he fuelled the fire regarding Patrice Evra possibly returning to Manchester United in one capacity or another. The Frenchman is a player who won absolutely everything at the club, and how sentimental would it be to see him return?
Manchester United play their biggest game of the season so far on Monday evening when they head to Liverpool to take on their fiercest of rivals. Jurgen Klopp’s men are playing some nice stuff at the moment, in a game that’ll prove to be extremely tough and physical from the get-go.
Manchester United had one manager for almost three decades, and then three managers within such a short space of time afterwards. One man who was in contention for the job last time around was Ryan Giggs, but the board opted to go for the tried and tested in Jose Mourinho.
After ending a affiilation with Manchester United that lasted a quarter of a century, Ryan Giggs has been looking to get himself a managerial role for the first time of his coaching career. Now, the Welsh Wizard may be about to get his wish, and it couldn’t be closer to home.