Manchester United are often divided when the topic of conversation is the Ecuadorian winger Antonio Valencia. Many fans love him for his versatility and the effort he puts in, whereas others fathom to work out just exactly what he brings to the table.
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Manchester United are set to be without the services of Antonio Valencia for the foreseeable future, after the Ecuadorian international underwent surgery on his leg after an unexpected problem.
Manchester United are on a two week hiatus due to the international break now, but ahead of those fixtures the club have been dealt a major blow. Antonio Valencia has confirmed that he has undergone surgery on his leg, and is expected to be out for the foreseeable future.
Manchester United host CSKA Moscow at Old Trafford tomorrow, in a game which promises to be the first of many chilly midweek games at The Theatre of Dreams throughout the hectic winger months.
Manchester United take part in one of their trickier away games of the Premier League season today, as a trip to Alan Pardew’s revitalised Crystal Palace side is on the cards. Louis van Gaal will be hoping to makes amends for the woeful performance last time around.
Manchester United take on Middlesbrough in the Capital One Cup tomorrow, in a game that’ll certainly prove to be a tough task against the Championship side. Before the game Louis van Gaal met the media to discuss his thoughts on the upcoming match and the shape of the squad.
Manchester United have been handed a double injury boost ahead of their potentially tricky visit to Russia, as they take on CSKA Moscow in their third Champions League game. Both Antonio Valencia and Sergio Romero are set to be involved in the match day squad.
Manchester United have had an excellent start to the campaign, with Louis van Gaal guiding his side to the top of the table after seven weeks of competitive action thus far. Things are going to get harder though, and as you’d expect, injuries aren’t helping the situation.
Manchester United’s season is over, and Louis van Gaal’s first year in charge has seen the club do exactly what they set out to do – make it into the Champions League. The Iron Tulip worked wonders at times, improving players like Valencia and Young tenfold.
Manchester United made the move for Radamel Falcao on transfer deadline day last summer, with fans from all corners of the globe excited about the prospect of watching one of the deadliest strikers in the world play for our club week-in week-out.