Manchester United Football Club’s season is over. Jose Mourinho a flop? Not a chance. The man delivered two trophies, as well as giving us Champions League football to look forward to next season. Now, comes the transfer period, with the next two months set to be interesting…
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Manchester United completed the jigsaw. The Europa League was the only major piece of silverware missing from the trophy cabinet, and now, the 2016/17 season will always go down as the one where that gap was filled. Credit to every single player in our squad.
Sadly, last night is the last we’ll see of our Manchester United heroes for at least a couple of months. Jose Mourinho and his players ended the campaign on a high, by winning the Europa League trophy and earning a place in the Champions League as a result.
Manchester. A City United in tragedy today. We all know about the absolutely horrific events that took place in the centre of our beloved City last night, and in true, Mancunian fashion, every single member of our wonderful community was not going to let it ruin their lives.
Manchester United Football Club have had a pretty poor season in the Premier League, I think that is fair to say. The Red Devils look destined to end the campaign in sixth place, with all hopes of achieving European football pinned on our Europa League final against Ajax next week.
Manchester United Football Club play their biggest game of the season in just five nights time. The match against Ajax is going to be an extremely tough fixture, and it’s pretty obvious that we’re approaching that match on the back of a supremely poor run of form, and now the injuries are coming back yet again…
Manchester United Football Club have just one more dead rubber left; a game against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford in the Premier League. Honestly, the fixture is as pointless as i can remember in recent years and I bet Jose Mourinho and the players would prefer to just not play it…
Manchester United’s biggest game over the last few years is less than a week away now, with the Red Devils preparing to take on Ajax in the Europa League final. For the winner, there is a trophy, as well as a spot in the Champions League next season.
Manchester United’s 0-0 draw against Southampton was a drab affair, but honestly, that was to be expected. All attentions for the Old Trafford club are rightfully being directed towards the Europa League final, and that’s probably why we haven’t won in our last three Premier League outings.
Manchester United’s biggest game of their season is less than a week away now, with the Red Devils’ preparations for the Europa League final well underway. Before that, though, Jose Mourinho and his players have just one more Premier League game to get through.