Manchester United’s January transfer window was a pretty unsuccessful one when it came to bringing in new players. Obviously, no moves were made on that front, but there were are a couple of big casualties who departed from the Theatre of Dreams.
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Manchester United Football Club secured their first major trophy under Jose Mourinho’s watchful eye at the weekend, as the Red devils beat Southampton by 3-2. The man of the moment was none other than Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who scored two goals – including a late winner.
Manchester United are certainly feeling like a club on the rise right now. Jose Mourinho seems to have found that winning formula, and he’s ironing out those cracks that have been on display for all to see over the last few seasons – and I have to say, it feels great watching the Red Devils at this point in time.
Over the weekend, Manchester United sealed their first major piece of silverware under Jose Mourinho. The Red Devils hope this will be the beginning of a new era at Old Trafford, but this cup, in particular, is very special to Juan Mata, after suffering from the loss of his grandfather.
Manchester United got another piece of silverware under their belt at the weekend, when Jose Mourinho’s side beat Southampton 3-2. The game itself was an entertaining one, but thankfully we came out on top and were celebrating our 42nd major trophy.
Manchester United Football Club have been embroiled in the heart of a rather odd transfer saga over the last couple of days, and it involves their club captain, Wayne Rooney. Reports have suggested that his agent, Paul Stretford, had been in China about the possibility of discussing a move to the CSL.
Manchester United certainly made light work of Saint-Etienne over the two legs, with Jose Mourinho’s side progressing comfortably. The 4-0 aggregate score was more than deserved, and now all eyes can turn to the upcoming EFL Cup final at Wembley.
Manchester United are playing some brilliant stuff right now, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking in ominous form. A large part of that is due to excellent man-management from the self-proclaimed Special One – who has been key in the form of Anthony Martial of late.
Manchester United are playing some lovely stuff right now, with Jose Mourinho seemingly finding the formula to make his players tick. Things are looking great on the field, and we’re still fighting it out on four fronts for different trophies – hence plenty of our squad are getting regular chances.
Manchester United have been in a rich vein of form of late, and it’s largely due to the size of the playing squad Jose Mourinho has at his disposal. The manager can chop and change to suit a particular fixture, and that’s key, especially as we’re in four competitions still.