Just when you think Phil Jones was making progress in terms of cutting down on injuries, he goes and gets himself sidelined once again. The 24-year-old goes and gets himself injured whilst on international duty, and apparently, it’s quite serious.
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Manchester United hopeful that key player will return to action before the end of the season following injury – report
Earlier in the week, we learnt that Marouane Fellaini had been pulled out of Belgium international duty to a toe problem, which would have really concerned Jose Mourinho; particularly given the fact that Paul Pogba is currently injured and Ander Herrera is suspended.
Manchester United Football Club have always been known for producing their own talents and letting those youngsters play at the highest level. One of our most recent academy graduates is Jesse Lingard, the Warrington-born winger who scored that stunning goal to win us the FA Cup final last year.
Manchester United Football Club come back with a potentially tricky home game against West Brom this coming weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking to continue their climb up the table. The game was never going to be easy, and it’s already been made much tougher…
Manchester United Football Club haven’t had the best of luck with injuries over the last week or so, with both Phil Jones and Chris Smalling having to leave England’s training camp to come back to Old Trafford with problems. However, we could have just been given some good news on that front…
Well, our international injury curse strikes again. Manchester United confirmed last week that Phil Jones had been injured in England training and would return to the club, now a second player is on his way back to the Aon Training Complex.
Earlier in the week, Manchester United Football Club learned that Phil Jones would be on his way back to the Aon Training Complex with a suspected injury. As the Englishman collided with Chris Smalling in training; ruling him out of the two Three Lions games.
One of my favourite moments with Manchester United under the watchful eye of Louis van Gaal was when the Iron Tulip made the move to bring in Bastian Schweinsteiger. The 32-year-old German has always been one of my idols in the footballing world – and it was a brilliant day when he wore our red shirt.
Football is a funny old game. Manchester United said goodbye to a real legend of the sport close to four years ago now, when Sir Alex Ferguson decided to hang up his boots. However, us Red Devils fans are in for a treat, as he’ll return to manage ‘Manchester United of 2008’ in Michael Carrick’s testimonial game.
Manchester United Football Club have been on a pretty decent run of form in the Premier League recently, despite the fact that they’ve only just moved up from sixth in the table. Jose Mourinho definitely has the Red Devils moving in the right direction, but one key man has largely been on the periphery.