Manchester United’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic made his debut yesterday, with the influential Swede scoring a scintillating goal within four minutes of his debut. After the match, Ibrahimovic was quizzed about Manchester United in general, and he had some exciting news to share with us all.
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Manchester United won their second game of pre-season in comfortable style yesterday, with Mourinho’s men sticking five past Turkish side, Galatasaray. Zlatan Ibrahimovic found himself on the scoresheet in stunning style, but there was a special moment involving Marcus Rashford, which seemed to impress our new striker.
It’s Zlatan time. Manchester United’s new signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic has just sent Twitter into meltdown, as he scored a stunning scissor kick just three minutes into hs debut to give his new team the lead against Galatasaray. The sheer presence of the man is truly outstanding.
Manchester United’s first game under Jose Mourinho is in the books, and the Portuguese coach has made a winning start to life at the club. His youthful looking side won the game 2-0, with the goals coming from Will Keane and Andreas Pereira.
Manchester United have officially unveiled Jose Mourinho as their third manager since Sir Alex Ferguson left the club. The self-proclaimed Special One was in fine form, as he answered various questions about differing topics.
Manchester United have finally announced the signature of Jose Mourinho on a three-year contract at Old Trafford. The self-proclaimed Special One is ready to take charge and put his own stamp on a struggling side at this point in time.
Manchester United’s U21s played their first game of the calendar year last night, and 2016 started off with a win for Warren Joyce’s side, as they won 3-1 against Tottenham. The star of the show without question was Andreas Pereira, who’ll be hoping to get involved against Sheffield United this weekend.
Manchester United Football is almost back upon us, with a tricky trip to Goodison Park coming up this Saturday. Ahead of that though is the final few reds playing for their countries this evening, one of which being David de Gea as he started in goal for Spain.
Manchester United continued their pre-season tour with another win as the Red Devils overcame San Jose Earthquakes 3-1 in the early hours of Wednesday morning. As expected Louis van Gaal rung the changes as he wanted to get a look at all of his players.
Manchester United managed a 2-1 win at home to Stoke City tonight, with Marouane Fellaini and Juan Mata getting the goals that strengthens United’s grip on a top four spot. However, many of the plaudits will go to David de Gea, who was yet again outstanding – particularly in the dying embers of the game as he made a last-minute save that saved all three points.