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.
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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.
Manchester United secured their first trophy of the season at the weekend, when Jose Mourinho’s side came out on top in a hard-fought game against Southampton. The final score was 3-2, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic stealing the headlines and plaudits with a wonderful display.
Manchester United Football Club have the games coming thick and fast right now, with Jose Mourinho having to work out which players need to be rested from time-to-time. The fact that the Red Devils are still in four competitions doesn’t make things any easier for our boss.
Manchester United got the better of Blackburn Rovers yesterday, with Jose Mourinho’s side overcoming an early deficit to progress to the quarter-finals; where they’ll take on Chelsea. After the game, Jose was in a wonderful mood as you’d expect.
Over the course of the January transfer window, Manchester United Football Club didn’t delve into the buying market at all. In fact, the Red Devils made profit, as they sold both Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin to Lyon and Everton respectively.
As we all know, Manchester United hired Jose Mourinho over the summer, with the hope that he’ll bring the glory days back to the Theatre of Dreams. The Red Devils have made a steady start under his guidance, and the players seem to be enjoying life with him at the helm.
Manchester United got back to winning ways in the Premier League today, after three draws on the bounce in that competition. The Red Devils have now closed the gap on the top four to just two points, and we’re now breathing heavily down the necks of both Liverpool and Arsenal.
Manchester United Football Club took the bold decision to hire a certain Jose Mourinho over the summer, with the Red Devils firing Louis van Gaal despite an FA Cup win. At this point in time, it’s hard to judge whether it’ll work out for the better – but it certainly feels as though Jose is taking us in the right direction.