Manchester United’s Premier League season has drawn to its close. Under Jose Mourinho, it’s definitely fair to say that the Old Trafford faithful expected better success domestically. However, that pain has been offset as we’re currently in a Europa League final, with a spot at a Champions League place that way.
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Manchester United have just one game left to play this campaign, and it is a big one. Jose Mourinho’s side head to Stockholm to take on Ajax in the Europa League final, with everyone vying for a start in the biggest game of our first season under the guidance of the self-proclaimed Special One.
Manchester United have always had rich history and traditions when it comes to giving youth a chance. Although Jose Mourinho hasn’t really done that in his managerial career, his hand was kind of forced over the weekend, when youth players galore were given their opportunities.
Preparations for Manchester United’s game against Ajax will be well underway. Jose Mourinho will already have a team in mind no doubt, and one confirmed starter for that game is Sergio Romero; our backup goalkeeper who has played superbly in the Europa League all season long.
As we all know, Ander Herrera was named Manchester United’s Player of the Year yesterday evening, and rightly so. The brilliant Basque has epitomised our club this term, with his on-field passion, aggression and sheer genius at times. We’re super lucky to call him one of our own.
Manchester United Football Club play their biggest game of the season in just five nights time. The match against Ajax is going to be an extremely tough fixture, and it’s pretty obvious that we’re approaching that match on the back of a supremely poor run of form, and now the injuries are coming back yet again…
Manchester United Football Club’s season is winding down to a close, with Jose Mourinho’s men having a mixed first season under their new management. One man who has drifted in and out of proceedings is veteran Michael Carrick. When he has played, the rest of our starting line-up seem a whole lot calmer.
Manchester United Football Club have been a mixed bag at the moment, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking alright in Europe, but throwing out some poor results in the Premier League. You could say that a large portion of that is down to injuries, that are currently decimating the squad.
As we all know, Paul Pogba is currently mourning the tragic loss of his father. The 24-year-old missed Manchester United’s game with Tottenham Hotspur at the weekend, and rightly so. This is the time where he needs to be with his family.
Manchester United are a club renowned all over the world for giving youngsters a chance. From the Class of 92, to Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard, homegrown lads have always been given their opportunity. More often than not, these talents have shined and it’s great to watch.