Manchester United are a club that have always developed youth and tried to push them through into the first-team. Over recent years, Warren Joyce (before he left) and his coaching staff had produced some brilliant footballers – two of which include Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard.
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Manchester United Football Club had a pretty solid February, and it was a month that included our first cup win under Jose Mourinho. Undoubtedly our best player was Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but it could have been a completely different story if Henrikh Mkhitaryan didn’t get injured.
Well, the 1-1 draw away at FC Rostov certainly wasn’t the worst result in the world. We all knew that it was not going to be an easy fixture out in Russia, particularly when you factor in the state of the pitch. There was more good news too – Henrikh Mkhitaryan returned from injury.
Manchester United Football Club have been playing some brilliant football recently, and the man who seems to be scoring all the goals at the moment is Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The 35-year-old made it 26 goals on the season in the EFL Cup final yesterday to continue his rich vein of form.
Manchester United Football Club have been playing some brilliant defence recently, and that was improved over the weekend when Eric Bailly finally became available for selection again following the African Cup of Nations. It really is brilliant to have him back on the field, he’s just that good.
The 6th of February is always a sad day for Manchester United fans, as it brings us back those memories of that fateful day in Germany, when a whole host of young boys lost their lives in cruel fashion. However, the amount of classy tributes posted all over social media never fails to amaze me.
Manchester United left it late to rescue a point away at Stoke City over the weekend, with Wayne Rooney finding the back of the net in phenomenal style with a perfectly placed free-kick. The game itself was an onslaught from the away team, but their finishing was rather wayward.
Manchester United Football Club seems to be closing in on the sale of the talented winger, Memphis Depay. The Dutchman signed for the Red Devils when Louis van Gaal was in charge, but it’s fair to say his time here has been an absolute nightmare.
Manchester United Football Club has been pretty quiet in the January transfer market, and I get the feeling that the manager is pretty content with his current squad. Behind the scenes, though, work is being done – and another player has been tied down to a new deal.
Manchester United Football Club eventually rescued a draw at home to Liverpool yesterday, in a game that was probably the Red Devils’ worst display over recent weeks. That never say die attitude was there, though, and that’s what earned us a solitary point in the end.