Manchester United Football Club have been rotating their squad quite a lot lately, and that’s down to the fact that the Red Devils are still fighting it out in four competitions. It’s key that the big stars are given the opportunity to recharge their batteries, and that was the case against Blackburn yesterday.
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Manchester United managed to beat out Blackburn Rovers in a tough encounter, with Jose Mourinho’s side finishing as 2-1 winners at Ewood Park. Just twenty minutes later, the quarter-final draw was made and it hasn’t been kind to us…
Last year, Marcus Rashford burst onto the scene under the watchful eye of Louis van Gaal. The man from Wythenshawe has been a key part of the squad since his arrival last February, and it’s great to see a young talent performing so well at the highest level.
Well, what a great result for the Red Devils last night. Manchester United stuck three past Saint-Etienne to win the first leg comfortably, giving us that breathing room heading into the game in France next week. This is exactly what Jose would’ve wanted, particularly with the EFL Cup final coming next Sunday.
Manchester United are a club with huge tradition and beliefs, with Jose Mourinho trying to continue and uphold those. It wasn’t that long ago that a forty-year record held by Sir Bobby Charlton was beaten by Wayne Rooney, with the Englishman now standing alone as the Red Devils top scorer of all time.
Manchester United Football Club resume their Europa League campaign tomorrow night, as they host Saint-Etienne in the round of thirty-two. The two-legged tie certainly will not be easy, but it has that extra significance for the Pogba family.
Manchester United Football Club will see the fixtures coming thick and fast now, with Jose Mourinho’s men still fighting it out on four fronts. The Red Devils take on Saint-Etienne at Old Trafford tomorrow, as their Europa League campaign resumes.
Manchester United Football Club sees their Europa League campaign come back to the fore this midweek when Jose Mourinho’s side host Saint-Etienne at Old Trafford. The game itself won’t be as easy as many think, with the French side sitting fifth in Ligue 1 and playing some nice stuff.
Over the course of the January transfer window, Manchester United Football Club didn’t delve into the buying market at all. In fact, the Red Devils made profit, as they sold both Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin to Lyon and Everton respectively.
Three points for Manchester United this weekend is an absolute must – and there is nothing else that’ll satisfy the Old Trafford faithful. Jose Mourinho’s men host Watford at the Theatre of Dreams, as they’ll be looking to extract revenge for the lost to Mazzarri’s men before the turn of the year.