The Manchester derby is on the horizon now, as Manchester United and Manchester City are set to go head-to-head for the second and final time of the campaign. Last time around, the blues came to Old Trafford and won 2-1, so Mourinho will be keen to avenge that defeat.
As we all know, Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s debut season as a Manchester United player is over. The influential Swede has suffered a horrific ligament injury, meaning he will be out of action for the foreseeable future. Now, he believes he will never play for the Old Trafford club again, as per the Daily Mirror.
Manchester United Football Club are on a roll. The Red Devils made it three wins in their last three Premier League outings away at Turf Moor, as Jose Mourinho’s men put in a professional performance as they cast their injury woes to one side.
Manchester United have been dealt some cruel injury news recently, with both Marcos Rojo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic suffering serious ligament damage. We’ll no be without the duo for quite some time, and there is absolutely no chance that either will recover before the end of the season.
Manchester United have been in good form of late, with Jose Mourinho’s men slowly but surely closing the gap on their rivals. The 2-0 result against Burnley completed an excellent week of results on the field, but the injuries are mounting up; our next fixture? an away trip to Manchester City.
Manchester United Football Club will have the chance to overtake Manchester City in the table this coming Thursday when the sides go head-to-head for the second and final derby of the season. Jose Mourinho will be keen to get one over on his foe Pep Guardiola, whilst getting revenge for the 2-1 loss at Old Trafford earlier in the campaign.
Manchester United picked up yet another vital three points this weekend, with the team going to Turf Moor and beating Burnley in convincing manner. Next up, the derby against Manchester City. Ahead of that game though, we have a bit of an injury crisis.
Manchester United Football Club. A place where legends are built and dreams are made. Back in the early nineties, the Class of 92 made their mark on the footballing world; including one of the finest strikers of a ball, David Beckham.
Manchester United’s good run of form continues. Jose Mourinho’s men put in a professional performance at the weekend as they beat Burnley 2-0 at Turf Moor. To be honest, the result was never in doubt and it was a match that we controlled from minute one.
Manchester United’s injury problems have been well documented of late, with Jose Mourinho being without several players for the long-term. One of those guys is Juan Mata, with some reports claiming the Spaniard is done for the season.