Manchester United Football Club got another win under their belts on Boxing Day, as Jose Mourinho beaten out stiff competition from David Moyes’ men. Matches are coming thick and fast right now, and next up is Middlesbrough at Old Trafford for another stern test.
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Manchester United have had a week-long break since their last match, allowing some much-needed regeneration for the players; particularly those who took to the field three times last week. Next up, a tough task at home to David Moyes’ Sunderland, and three points here are an absolute must.
Manchester United are playing some excellent football right now, and Jose’s men are now unbeaten in nine fixtures across all competitions. Our last two league games have churned out six points, and the players will be looking to keep that going against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday evening.
Manchester United made some ground on the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool and Manchester City over the weekend, and now as we enter the festive period, the matches are coming thick and fast. Next up, Crystal Palace away from home on Wednesday evening.
Manchester United Football Club host Tottenham Hotspur at the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s men coming into the game on the back of some poor form domestically. The Red Devils need a win pretty badly tomorrow, to start closing that gap between us and the top four.
Manchester United take on Ukrainian side Zorya Luhansk in the Europa League tomorrow evening, with Jose Mourinho’s men currently sitting in second place in their group. The game won’t be easy, mainly due to the extremely cold weather conditions at this time of year.
Manchester United’s attentions turn back to the bread and butter of the Premier League this weekend, with Jose Mourinho hoping to get a much-needed win on the board. The trip to Everton will not be easy, however, so Jose will have to get his tactics spot on.
Manchester United only played West Ham at Old Trafford on Sunday, but Jose Mourinho will already be putting his players through their paces to face off against the Hammers once again – this time in the EFL Cup, where a place in the semi-final is at stake.
Manchester United Football Club looked absolutely superb against Feyenoord in the middle of the week, as they demolished the Dutch side 4-0. Jose Mourinho must’ve been pleased, and team selection going back into the weekend would’ve gotten a lot tougher.
Attentions turn back to continental football this coming Thursday, with Manchester United looking to get another win on the board to take control of their group. Feyenoord are the visitors, with Jose Mourinho wanting to extract some revenge for the 1-0 win they inflicted on us in September.