Everything was virtually in place to make Manchester United title contenders again after missing out in being in that category in the last three or four seasons. From the signing of a world class coach to the capture of one of the fearful strikers in the world to a world-record fee signing of talent, their squad was looking brilliant.
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It is not new that the arrival of a personality be it coach or player or even the change in club owners could increase the chances of a team winning trophies. And the same can be said of Manchester United. The re-signing of Paul Pogba from Italian side Juventus in a world-record fee of £89million pounds made United a serious title contender.
Manchester United’s performance levels have been pretty good recently, despite the fact that we’ve dropped far too many points both at home and on the road. Results are what matters most, and it’s up to Jose to turn things around – and quickly.
Manchester United and Liverpool played out a rather dull 0-0 draw on Monday evening, in a game where it was evident that Jose Mourinho would be more than happy to get back down the M62 with a point. That’s exactly what the Red Devils got, but it could’ve been so much better if a few players performed anywhere close to their capabilities.
After two underwhelming seasons under Louis van Gaal, Manchester United were faced with a real dilemma this summer over how to get the club back to the glory days.
After the international break, Manchester United come back with a bang in a real tough fixture against fiercest of rivals in Liverpool. The game will obviously be a real struggle for Jose Mourinho’s men, but you’d hope we’ll come out on top and snatch all three points.
Manchester United Football Club have had one of the worst weeks in recent memory, with Jose Mourinho’s side losing three key games in the space of nine days. Now, attentions turn to the EFL Cup, with a visit to Northampton Town on the cards tomorrow.
Manchester United lost their third game within the space of a week yesterday, as Watford beat Jose Mourinho’s men by a 3-1 scoreline, and they deserved it too. One man who was just awful once again was Wayne Rooney, with the United captain struggling from minute one, and he just couldn’t settle.
Manchester United’s Europa League campaign gets underway this coming Thursday, with Jose Mourinho likely to field a much-changed team. This competition presents the Old Trafford club with an excellent opportunity to win a major piece of silverware.
Manchester United Football Club succumbed to the pressure and lost the first derby of the new era. Jose Mourinho’s men had a poor first half, where our new coach didn’t cover himself in glory tactically. However, some players were nothing short of woeful.