Manchester United head to The Etihad Stadium tomorrow, in the hope of continuing their good Premier League form. The game itself will obviously be a tight-knit affair, but it’s a match that we go into with the confidence flowing and we have every chance of getting a positive result.
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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.
Manchester United are looking in a rich vein of form at the moment, with Jose Mourinho’s men putting in a masterclass against Chelsea at the weekend. The Red Devils played their opponents off the park and more than deserved the three points.
Manchester United Football Club got a win on the board at the weekend, after two consecutive draws had seen them slip down to sixth in the table. Our top four hopes are hanging on by a thread right now, but attentions will turn to European football this midweek.
Manchester United Football Club had a pretty good month of January, putting that FA Cup defeat to one side. Jose Mourinho’s men ensured safe progression into the next round of the Europa League, whilst finally moving up from sixth place in the Premier League table.
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 scooped the first major piece of silverware of the campaign at the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s side overcoming a resilient Southampton 3-2. It was a real relief to win the trophy come full-time, and now the players should be full of confidence.
Manchester United are certainly feeling like a club on the rise right now. Jose Mourinho seems to have found that winning formula, and he’s ironing out those cracks that have been on display for all to see over the last few seasons – and I have to say, it feels great watching the Red Devils at this point in time.
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 Football Club had a cracking weekend of football, with Jose Mourinho’s men winning, whilst both Liverpool and Arsenal dropped crucial points. The gap on the top four is just two points now, and we’re really putting the pressure on.