What an end to an excellent season for Manchester United Football Club. Watching our idols lift a European trophy for the first time in over a decade was a joyous moment, and it certainly feels like the Red Devils are a side on the rise.
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Manchester United Football Club take on Ajax this evening, in the Europa League final which will define our season. It’s rare that it all comes down to one game, but I do have complete faith in the boys to go and get the job done.
As we all know, Ander Herrera was named Manchester United’s Player of the Year yesterday evening, and rightly so. The brilliant Basque has epitomised our club this term, with his on-field passion, aggression and sheer genius at times. We’re super lucky to call him one of our own.
Manchester United slumped to a poor away defeat against Arsenal on Sunday, as Jose Mourinho’s men lost 2-0. The game put an end to their long unbeaten record in the Premier League, as well as ending our hopes at finishing in the top four.
Manchester United finally seem to have found some consistency in their results. The last few months have been pretty good for the Red Devils, with Jose Mourinho’s men already scooping one trophy, and looking good to make it into the final of another.
Manchester United Football Club have had some excellent captains over the years. The role is not always given to the most talented player on the field, but the one who leads by example. The prime example of this has to be Roy Keane, who wore the armband with pride and did an outstanding job.
Well, Manchester United’s preparations for the derby against Manchester City on Thursday will be well underway. Jose Mourinho’s men will be buoyant after a good string of results, but our injury situation doesn’t seem to be easing up. In fact, it’s getting worse.
Manchester United take on their fiercest of rivals this coming Thursday, in a derby game that could eventually decide which Northern club finishes in the top four and claims a Champions League spot. The Red Devils have been in good form of late, and another Jose Mourinho masterclass is needed.
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 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.