Manchester United, namely Jose Mourinho have unearthed an absolute gem of a footballer this season. Eric Bailly, a 23-year-old centre-back born in the Ivory Coast. The former Villareal man has been an absolute revelation for the Red Devils this term, and he has turned into a proper fan favourite.
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Manchester United head back to Old Trafford this weekend, after a couple of games away from home in succession. The Red Devils, take on Swansea City, with a chance to move up into the top four with a victory, albeit only temporarily, based on other results.
Manchester United Football Club takes on Manchester City in the third derby of the campaign. City won the first one at Old Trafford, with United claiming a victory in the EFL Cup meeting between the pair. The season-decider couldn’t be any more important, with a spot in the top four at stake.
Manchester United Football Club are on a roll. The Red Devils made it three wins in their last three Premier League outings away at Turf Moor, as Jose Mourinho’s men put in a professional performance as they cast their injury woes to one side.
Manchester United Football Club. A place where legends are built and dreams are made. Back in the early nineties, the Class of 92 made their mark on the footballing world; including one of the finest strikers of a ball, David Beckham.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic suffered a horrific, potentially career-ending injury against RSC Anderlecht in the Europa League on Thursday night. The 35-year-old has been our figurehead and lynchpin this season, and now, we’re without him until the end of the campaign.
Manchester United narrowly made it into the last four of the Europa League tournament, where they’ll play Celta Vigo over two legs. The Red Devils beat Anderlecht 3-2 on aggregate, with the eventual winner coming from the left boot of Marcus Rashford.
Manchester United Football Club have somewhat of a defensive crisis on their hands at the moment. Both Chris Smalling and Phil Jones have been out with injury for quite some time, and now it looks as though Argentine Marcos Rojo looks set to join them on the treatment table.
Manchester United will be vying for a place in the Europa League semi-final tomorrow night, when they host Belgian side Anderlecht. The tie is finely poised at 1-1 from the first leg and the Old Trafford crowd will be praying for a positive result.
Manchester United’s games are coming thick and fast now, with Jose Mourinho’s side still fighting for a place in the top four as well as Europa League glory. For now, attentions are firmly on continental competition, with the Red Devils hosting Anderlecht.