I would certainly go as far as saying that tomorrow’s clash at Old Trafford between Manchester United and Anderlecht is, quite comfortably, our biggest game of the season. A place in the semi-finals of the Europa League is at stake, and Jose Mourinho will be desperate for a victory.
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Manchester United Football Club picked up a hugely important victory at home to Chelsea on Sunday afternoon, with the Red Devils putting in a supremely commanding performance to walk away with the victory. On the whole, it felt like a Jose Mourinho tactical masterclass.
Manchester United’s season is slowly winding down to a close, as we’re now getting into the business end of things. At this point in time our squad is looking pretty decimated by injuries and that looks set to continue according to the gaffer.
Manchester United’s Europa League quarter-final against Belgian side Anderlecht begins tomorrow, with the Red Devils looking to go all the way in a European competition for the first time in almost a decade. The game itself will not be easy.
Well, Manchester United really struggled against West Bromwich Albion yesterday, with Jose Mourinho’s men unable to find the back of the net. There was an alarming lack of creativity from the Red Devils’ attackers, and that must be a real concern for the manager.
Late last night, rumours emerged suggesting that Juan Mata had to have surgery on a groin injury following an incident in training. The 28-year-old hadn’t been called up to the Spain national squad, so I’m not quite sure how he managed to pick up such a major issue.
Manchester United Football Club return tomorrow, after a two-week absence following the international break. The Red Devils take on West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford, in a fixture that is always tricky; considering we’ve lost it twice in the last three seasons.
Manchester United’s preparations for their home game against West Brom will now be well underway, with Jose Mourinho’s men desperate to get another win under their belts. However, things haven’t been made any easier by our injury situation.
It was only eighteen months ago when Manchester United signed Bastian Schweinsteiger from Bayern Munich, in a deal that I absolutely loved at the time. Growing up, the German midfielder has always been one of my sporting idols, but it just hasn’t worked out here; and I’m gutted.
Manchester United hopeful that key player will return to action before the end of the season following injury – report
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.