Manchester United Football Club will be solely focused on their Europa League clash against FC Rostov tomorrow, after being dumped out of the FA Cup in acrimonious circumstances on Monday night. Ahead of the game, there has been some news about a few players who have trained alone today.
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When Louis van Gaal was in charge, Manchester United really had brought in a mixed bag of players in the transfer market. The likes of Anthony Martial and Ander Herrera have done wonderfully well, but there have been other guys who just haven’t performed.
Manchester United’s terrible form against Chelsea continued last night, with Jose Mourinho’s new team losing 1-0 to his former employers. That now just leaves us competing on two fronts, and next up is a game in the Europa League against FC Rostov.
Manchester United Football Club will certainly have felt hard done by, following the Chelsea loss at Stamford Bridge yesterday. Jose Mourinho’s men were playing very well until Ander Herrera’s red card – following a supposed foul on Eden Hazard.
Well, nobody expected that. Marcus Rashford will start for Manchester United against Chelsea this evening, and what a brilliant bonus it is to have him begin the game. The 19-year-old will be the only striker in the squad, so he’ll need to try and remain on the field for as long as possible.
Manchester United’s FA Cup quarter-final against Chelsea is just a couple of hours away now, with Jose Mourinho hoping to get a victory over his former employers. Earlier, it was reported that the team would be without three key players in the form of Wayne Rooney, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford.
Manchester United and Chelsea have always had a rivalry, particularly over the last decade since the London club became perennial title challengers. Tonight sees the two sides face off in the FA Cup quarter-final, with a place at Wembley in the semi-final at stake.
Manchester United are a club draped in rich history and traditions, and that is a mantra that Jose Mourinho is intent on continuing. The Red Devils have been a mixed bag this term, but you get the feeling we’re heading in the right direction under the self-proclaimed Special One.
Manchester United head to Stamford Bridge tomorrow night, in a fixture that was always going to be a tough challenge. Jose Mourinho would obviously want to go to his old stomping ground and put in a commanding performance whilst coming away with a victory – however, things have just got harder.
Manchester United and Jose Mourinho chose not to invest in any new players in the January transfer window, with the self-proclaimed Special One opting to stick with what he knows. However, hopefully, we’ll see some new incomings when the summer comes around.