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.
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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.
Manchester United and Manchester City go head-to-head for the first time of the season on Saturday, as both teams head into the game with a 100% winning record in the league so far. It is, without doubt, the most eagerly anticipated game of the season so far, but who wins bragging rights?
Manchester United have made the perfect start to life under Jose Mourinho, with the club making it three wins out of three thanks to a last-gasp winner against Hull City. Now we approach the first international break of the new season, but after that comes the derby.
Manchester United’s squad is already looking a whole lot different under their new manager, with Jose Mourinho making wholesale changes. His work is far from done though, and there are still a lot of squad members he’d consider dead wood, and would like to move on if the opportunity arises.
Manchester United’s move to sign Paul Pogba is seemingly getting ever closer, with the club looking to wrap up a monumental deal for their former midfielder. However, huge deals like this will take time, with all parties involved looking to get the most out of it that they can.
Manchester United’s summer transfer business has been nothing short of sensational so far under Jose Mourinho, and it looks as though we’re set to welcome the biggest of the lot at some point this week. However, there is bound to be casualties along the way.