Manchester United Football Club takes on Saint-Etienne tomorrow evening, in a match that should see us progress into the last sixteen of the Europa League. Ahead of that game, we’ve been given a major boost as Wayne Rooney has been pictured back in training.
Manchester United are playing some lovely stuff right now, with Jose Mourinho seemingly finding the formula to make his players tick. Things are looking great on the field, and we’re still fighting it out on four fronts for different trophies – hence plenty of our squad are getting regular chances.
Manchester United Football Club are looking like a shadow of their former self under Jose Mourinho, with the self-proclaimed Special One seemingly having a real positive impact on the current playing squad. That has included a lot of rotation due to the fact that the Red Devils are still in four competitions.
Manchester United hold a nice 3-0 lead from the first leg of their Europa League tie against Saint-Etienne, with Jose Mourinho’s men heading to France to complete the tie tomorrow night. However, they’ll be without one key man who has played a lot recently…
Manchester United have been in a rich vein of form of late, and it’s largely due to the size of the playing squad Jose Mourinho has at his disposal. The manager can chop and change to suit a particular fixture, and that’s key, especially as we’re in four competitions still.
Manchester United Football Club came from behind to ensure victory against Blackburn on Sunday afternoon, in a game that wasn’t as straightforward as many people thought. Jose Mourinho did go home a happy man, however, as United managed to turn around a 1-0 deficit to win 2-1.
Manchester United managed to ensure safe progression into the next round of the FA Cup at the weekend, but the games are now coming thick and fast. Next up, a trip to France and the second leg of our Europa League double-header against Saint-Etienne; with United 3-0 up from the first game.
Manchester United Football Club have the games coming thick and fast right now, with Jose Mourinho having to work out which players need to be rested from time-to-time. The fact that the Red Devils are still in four competitions doesn’t make things any easier for our boss.
Manchester United have made some colossal signings down the years, and when Jose Mourinho was named manager, we all expected that to continue. over the summer, the gaffer made huge moves to bring in Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, with the latter making a real impact of late.
It feels like the January transfer window has only just closed, but that hasn’t stopped the mainstream media going into overdrive regarding Manchester United’s upcoming summer targets. The latest report comes from the usually reliable Independent newspaper, who say Jose wants to go big…