Manchester United Football Club are on a two-week hiatus at the moment, due to the pain that is the international break. England play their first match against Germany tomorrow night, but before that match, we’ve been handed an injury blow.
Archive for International Duty
The first dreaded international break of 2017 is rapidly closing in, with Manchester United set to go on a two-week hiatus following the Middlesbrough game this weekend. Before that, was the announcement of the squad from boss Gareth Southgate.
Manchester United fans have been pretty harsh in their criticism of captain Wayne Rooney to start off this season, with Jose Mourinho going as far as dropping him from the regular line-up at certain points last month. However, recently he has fought his way back into the team and is playing well.
Manchester United Football Club sadly won’t be on our TV screens for the next fortnight, due to the pain that is the international break. These breaks seem to be coming thick and fast already which is a real shame, but there are a few positives to take out of it.
Manchester United have a whole host of top quality players and proven internationals on their books, and with several faces jetting off to all corners of the planet to play for their countries, we’re now without our beloved reds for around two weeks.
Manchester United Football Club have been without the services of Henrikh Mkhitaryan since the Manchester derby, after it emerged that the Armenian was in fact injured. Now, that period on the sidelines looks set to continue after a request from Jose Mourinho to his national team.
Gareth Southgate has named his first England squad since taking over as manager, and it does look extremely strong. Four Manchester United players have gotten a phone call from Southgate, and will get their chances to impress the new manager against Malta and Slovenia.
Manchester United Football Club struggled on the pitch this afternoon, and that was without the services of Luke Shaw who has been missing since his horror-show away at Watford. The young man is certainly a key part of our future going forward, though, but another blow has been sent his way.
Manchester United Football Club were pretty good today, but despite their play Jose Mourinho’s men dropped two points at home to Stoke City. Their slack finishing really cost them on the day, and that’ll have to be worked on when the international break comes to a close.
Manchester United’s players have had a decent start to the season all things considered, with Jose Mourinho’s men getting back to winning ways at the weekend. They demolished Leicester City by a 4-1 scoreline, and one of their starters in that game is being considered for an England call-up.