Manchester United’s Europa League campaign gets underway in just under one hours time, with the opening match away at Dutch side Feyenoord. Some big names have understandably been left out of the squad to allow for rest, and we will see a much-changed starting line-up.
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Manchester United will be hoping to make it three wins in a row this evening, with a tricky trip to Hull City, who themselves have won their opening couple of fixtures. Mourinho’s men look sharp though, and we could be in for a treat if they play to their capabilities.
Manchester United kicked things off with a win last weekend against AFC Bournemouth, now the first team visiting Old Trafford this term are also based on the South Coast; Southampton. This will give the crowd a first look at new-boys Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba.
Manchester United’s first Premier League starting line-up under Jose Mourinho is in – and it’s strong, but there are a few shocks here and there. The self-proclaimed Special One has stuck with the same back five all pre-season, and it’s no surprise to see them carry on again here.
Wayne Rooney has given this football club ten plus years of tremendous service so far, and our current captain and number ten is close to becoming the top goalscorer in the history of Manchester United. Today, he celebrates his successes with his testimonial match.
Manchester United are looking extremely strong going into the news season, in terms of personnel available to Jose Mourinho. Our new manager has done some brilliant business thus far, and his work clearly isn’t done. This game against Galatasaray could well be an exciting one.
Manchester United Football Club beat Wigan 2-0 just under a week ago, and today they kick off their pre-season tour with a potentially tricky game against Borussia Dortmund. Our opponents have an extra two weeks training already under their belts, and have already played four matches – winning three and drawing one.
Manchester United football returns. Jose Mourinho has named his first ever starting line-up in charge at Old Trafford, and he’s named a strong side with the players he has at his disposal. There is also a couple of debuts, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Eric Bailly included.
Manchester United head to the Boleyn Ground for the last time this evening, with Louis van Gaal’s side somehow still in the hunt for a top four finish. A win here is vital, but it will not be easy as West Ham will want to leave their stadium in style.
Manchester United take on Norwich City in a must-win game at Carrow Road this afternoon. Louis van Gaal has rung the changes as expected, with both Marcus Rashford and Daley Blind not even in the squad as they are rested due to the high number of games they have played.