Manchester United Football Club have been playing pretty well of late, thanks to Jose Mourinho utilising the sizeable squad he has at his disposal supremely well. One man who has been in and out of the team recently is Marcus Rashford, and in an exclusive, The Sun could’ve just revealed why…
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Manchester United Football Club took a big decision over the summer, when they allowed Jose Mourinho to bring in Zlatan Ibrahimovic on a free transfer. It was always going to go one of two ways with a player like him, and right now, it’s working absolute wonders.
Manchester United Football Club had a tough time on the field yesterday, with one man in particular struggling. Paul Pogba gave away a daft penalty, and his head just wasn’t in the game. Maybe he was trying too hard, but he did have a supremely poor afternoon.
Over the weekend, Wayne Rooney equalled Sir Bobby Charlton’s Manchester United scoring record, as the 31-year-old scored his 249th goal against Reading. He’s now just one strike away from being out there on his own as top scorer, which will be a truly incredible feat.
Manchester United Football Club have been on an excellent run of form lately, with Jose Mourinho’s side finally displaying the football that we all knew was capable with this squad. One man has been at the forefront of everything good, and that is star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Manchester United Football Club definitely have one foot in the final of the EFL Cup, thanks to a decent 2-0 result at home to Hull City in the first leg. The victory was sealed when Marouane Fellaini headed home to double United’s lead after being brought on as a second half substitute.
Jose Mourinho not happy with the Manchester United crowd against Hull, urges them to do better against Liverpool
Manchester United Football Club managed to beat Hull City at Old Trafford last night, as Jose Mourinho’s men scored twice and managed to keep it tight at the back to put them in pole position. Things are certainly looking up at the moment, but the manager wasn’t completely happy.
Yesterday was a monumental one in Manchester United history, as Wayne Rooney equalled Sir Bobby Charlton’s goalscoring record at the club, with his 249th strike. However, this morning, the club captain woke up with a sour taste in his mouth with a certain newspaper.
As we all know, the last few years haven’t been as trophy-laden as the Manchester United fans would have wanted. Since Sir Alex Ferguson decided to call it a day, things have been tough at the Theatre of Dreams – but there has been one constant; David de Gea.
Manchester United Football Club had pretty much a perfect December in terms of Premier League performances which was brilliant to see. Jose Mourinho’s men really put the pressure on the teams above them in the league table, as they won all of their fixtures over the hectic winter schedule.