As we all know, Manchester United made their third managerial appointment in four seasons over the summer, since Sir Alex Ferguson left the club. Jose Mourinho is the new man at the helm, and it’s fair to say he is supremely popular amongst the terraces.
Manchester United Football Club are having an excellent time of things at the moment, all things considered. The Red Devils are particularly looking supremely solid on the defensive side of things, which has always been an integral part of any Jose Mourinho team.
Manchester United Football Club got a much-needed win under their belts over the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s side beating Middlesbrough 3-1. The Red Devils finally moved up from sixth position in the Premier League table, and it couldn’t have come at a better time as we’re now into the international break.
Manchester United managed to earn a victory against Middlesbrough yesterday afternoon, with the Red Devils winning 3-1. The game as a whole was pretty comfortable as the hosts never really looked like threatening all that seriously – until the last ten minutes as they pushed for a leveller.
Football is a funny old game. Manchester United said goodbye to a real legend of the sport close to four years ago now, when Sir Alex Ferguson decided to hang up his boots. However, us Red Devils fans are in for a treat, as he’ll return to manage ‘Manchester United of 2008’ in Michael Carrick’s testimonial game.
Manchester United finally moved up from the infamous sixth place position in the Premier League this weekend, as Jose Mourinho’s side beat Middlesbrough 3-1. The game itself was an intriguing battle, but you always felt like the Red Devils were going to come out on top.
Manchester United Football Club have been on a pretty decent run of form in the Premier League recently, despite the fact that they’ve only just moved up from sixth in the table. Jose Mourinho definitely has the Red Devils moving in the right direction, but one key man has largely been on the periphery.
Manchester United Football Club finally managed to move out of sixth position in the Premier League table, with Jose Mourinho’s side climbing up to fifth. Today, the Red Devils beat Middlesbrough 3-1, in a performance that wasn’t all that convincing, but they managed to get the job done.
Manchester United Football Club more than earned their three points this afternoon, in a game that was never going to be easy. Jose Mourinho’s squad was decimated with various injuries and suspensions, but the players that he had available went out there and worked hard for the team.