Manchester United will kick off their Premier League campaign tomorrow, and what an exciting season we have in store. Jose Mourinho is at the helm, and our new boss has made some huge signings that wouldn’t have seemed possible just a few months ago.
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The Premier League season is rapidly approaching, with Jose Mourinho the new man at the helm for Manchester United. Ahead of that, though, he has to lead his side in a game against Leicester City – the Premier League champions. The prize; The Community Shield.
Manchester United’s first game at Old Trafford under Jose Mourinho takes place under the floodlights tomorrow, as Wayne Rooney celebrates a ten-year stay at the Theatre of Dreams. He’ll take on his boyhood side Everton in a testimonial match, with the proceeds going to charity.
Manchester United’s pre-season continues with a potentially tricky game against Turkish side, Galatasaray. The game takes place in Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s home country of Sweden, and the 34-year-old is all set to make his first appearance for the Red Devils.
Manchester United and Manchester City will go head-to-head tomorrow, as Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola will face-off for the first time in charge of English teams. In an eagerly-anticipated game, the red half of the city will be looking to come out on top to throw a marker down.
Manchester United’s pre-season tour kicks off tomorrow, with an extremely tricky game against Borussia Dortmund on the cards. The infamous ‘Yellow Wall’ is a real test against one of the best sides on the planet for Mourinho’s men.
Manchester United are back. Jose Mourinho will take charge of his first game as manager in just a matter of hours, and it’s great to have the prospect of proper football just on the horizon. Our new boss will certainly be wanting to kick things off with a win.
Manchester United will take to the Old Trafford turf for one final time this season, with Louis van Gaal’s men hosting Eddie Howe’s AFC Bournemouth. Van Gaal’s side need a win to even give themselves a chance at finishing in the Champions League spot, but they also need a favour from Swansea.
Manchester United take on Norwich City tomorrow lunchtime, in an essential game if Louis van Gaal’s men still hold any hopes of finishing in the top four. The Canaries won’t be easy though, as they are fighting relegation.
Louis van Gaal’s men are just about in the hunt for a place in the top four this season, with the club sitting four points off both City and Arsenal with a game in hand. Next up for United is a must-win clash against table-toppers Leicester City.