Ever since his rather stunning arrival at Manchester United’s training ground via helicopter, Juan Mata has always been a fan favourite. The lovable Spaniard made an immediate impression amongst supporters, mainly down to his willingness to learn and abide by the Red Devils’ traditions and history.
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As we all know, Manchester United made their third managerial appointment in four seasons over the summer, since Sir Alex Ferguson left the club. Jose Mourinho is the new man at the helm, and it’s fair to say he is supremely popular amongst the terraces.
As we all know, Manchester United took the decision to move Memphis Depay on over the January transfer window, after a really torrid eighteen months in England. The Dutchman, 23, never really got going at Old Trafford, and you have to say the decision was justified.
Manchester United Football Club made it into the quarter-finals of the Europa League last night, with Jose Mourinho’s men putting in a very average display. That can be forgiven somewhat, due to the fact that the Red Devils had only played three days previous, in a gruelling cup tie against Chelsea.
Manchester United were dumped out of the FA Cup in rather controversial fashion on Monday night, when Chelsea beat the Red Devils by a 1-0 scoreline. However, the game was marred somewhat by an incident between Jose Mourinho and the fans who used to adore him so much.
Manchester United’s FA Cup dreams are over, thanks to a heartbreaking loss away at Stamford Bridge last night. To be fair to Jose Mourinho and his players, they acquitted themselves very well and in my opinion, they should all be extremely proud.
Manchester United’s defence of their FA Cup title is over. Jose Mourinho’s men were dumped out in acrimonious circumstances by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. After the game, the self-proclaimed Special One was trying to stay positive about the situation, although it must have been hard.
Manchester United Football Club are well on the way to becoming a top class side once again, and that is down to the watchful eye of Jose Mourinho. The self-proclaimed Special One took charge of the club over the summer and he’s been a real breath of fresh air.
Manchester United have had to balance their objectives very finely this season, with the club fighting it out on four different fronts until a fortnight ago. Obviously, after the EFL Cup final win, we’re now in three different competitions but it has definitely been tough for Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United Football Club played the first leg of their round of sixteen clash against FC Rostov this evening, with Jose Mourinho’s men taking away a hard fought 1-1 draw. Things started off pretty well for the most part, but as the game wore on, the Russian team began to take over.