Manchester United Football Club had a pretty good month of January, putting that FA Cup defeat to one side. Jose Mourinho’s men ensured safe progression into the next round of the Europa League, whilst finally moving up from sixth place in the Premier League table.
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Manchester United safely progressed into the quarter-finals of the Europa League just before the international break, with Jose Mourinho’s men beating FC Rostov over two legs. In the round of eight, the Red Devils will take on Anderlecht, with the first game away in Belgium in mid-April.
Finally, we’re just a few days away from the return of Manchester United Football Club. We’ve had to wait close to a fortnight to see our Red Devils take to the field again, purely due to the pain that is the international break; thankfully, that’s almost over.
Manchester United Football Club welcomed Chris Smalling back from England duty prematurely, just over a week ago now. It was confirmed that the centre-half had picked up an injury; with the Football Association choosing not to specify the nature of the problem.
Manchester United finally moved up from the infamous sixth place position in the Premier League this weekend, as Jose Mourinho’s side beat Middlesbrough 3-1. The game itself was an intriguing battle, but you always felt like the Red Devils were going to come out on top.
Manchester United take on manager-less Middlesbrough tomorrow lunchtime, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking to capitalise on Arsenal dropping more Premier League points. The game itself won’t be easy, particularly on the back of a gruelling week for the Red Devils.
Well, Manchester United Football Club are into the last eight of the Europa League, thanks to a 1-0 victory at home to Russian side Rostov yesterday. Jose Mourinho’s men were not at their best, but they did manage to get the job done and dusted.
As the 2016/17 season is winding down, we’re at that time of the year where details about the next campaign start filtering through. One of the hot topics is the potential new kit that Manchester United will wear, and we’ve now got the first (probably of many) leaks regarding a possible home shirt.
Manchester United Football Club will be well on the way to being fully prepared for their game against FC Rostov tomorrow. After our exit from the FA Cup on Monday night, the Europa League is probably our only realistic chance at winning another trophy this season.
Manchester United Football Club will be hurting right now, as that loss to Chelsea was definitely tough to take. Jose Mourinho’s men acquitted themselves well on the whole, but it wasn’t to be. Next up, a Europa League second leg against FC Rostov.