Yesterday we learnt that Manchester United’s interest in signing Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid had cooled. That’s because, in the wake of Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s injury, Jose Mourinho has prioritised targeting an out and out striker, rather than a #10 which is what he sees Griezmann as.
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Manchester United have always had a rich tradition and history when it comes to giving youth a chance. That is a mantra that Jose Mourinho has been keen to carry on, and it was evident in the final game of the Premier League season as plenty got their opportunity to impress.
Manchester United Football Club have had a mixed season, with Jose Mourinho’s men winning the EFL Cup and sitting pretty in the final of the Europa League, whilst also not being anywhere close to good enough in the bread and butter of the Premier League.
Manchester United Football Club have always been known for promoting youth and giving their academy stars a chance on the grandest of stages. The Red Devils always look to develop from within first, and it’s a mantra that even Jose Mourinho is getting on board with.
Manchester United host Anderlecht this evening, in the second leg of their Europa League tie against the Belgian side. A place in the semi-final hangs in the balance with things nicely poised at 1-1 from the first leg. However, you’d hope we’ll have enough to progress comfortably.
Manchester United play what is arguably their biggest game of the season later today, when they take on Anderlecht at Old Trafford – for a place in the Europa League semi-final. The tie is finely poised at 1-1 and it’ll certainly be an interesting watch.
Jose Mourinho is not only one of the most successful managers in European football history, but also a character pretty much everyone loves having in the Premier League for his sometimes almost troll-like ability to handle a press conference or a back and forth with another manager. Here are some interesting facts that only add to the legend that is the man!
Manchester United Football Club’s squad is looking rather depleted right about now, with injuries aplenty decimating Jose Mourinho’s plans. The latest man to be ruled out was Juan Mata, as he underwent surgery on a groin injury.
Manchester United Football Club are having a pretty good season, with Jose Mourinho already having delivered a trophy with the Red Devils. Our form in the league has been pretty consistent, and we’re obviously still fighting it out to win the Europa League trophy.
Manchester United are a side with rich traditions and history when it comes to giving youth a chance, and it’s something that both Sir Matt Busby and Sir Alex Ferguson thrived upon. This season has been different in that regard, but Jose has turned to youth every now and then.