Manchester United go into the weekend on the back of two consecutive home draws. Jose Mourinho’s side find themselves back in sixth position, and with games running out, our chances of finishing in the top four seem to be hanging on by a thread.
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Manchester United Football Club dropped a couple of points at home to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, but there is no time to dwell on it as Everton visit Old Trafford on Tuesday. This match is another key fixture in our race to finish in the top four.
Finally, we’re just a few days away from the return of Manchester United Football Club. We’ve had to wait close to a fortnight to see our Red Devils take to the field again, purely due to the pain that is the international break; thankfully, that’s almost over.
Manchester United take on manager-less Middlesbrough tomorrow lunchtime, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking to capitalise on Arsenal dropping more Premier League points. The game itself won’t be easy, particularly on the back of a gruelling week for the Red Devils.
Manchester United Football Club will be hurting right now, as that loss to Chelsea was definitely tough to take. Jose Mourinho’s men acquitted themselves well on the whole, but it wasn’t to be. Next up, a Europa League second leg against FC Rostov.
Manchester United Football Club earned a 1-1 draw in Russia last night, and now attentions swiftly turn to the FA Cup last sixteen game against Chelsea. Jose Mourinho will return to Stamford Bridge, and he’ll no doubt be looking to avenge our 4-0 league loss we suffered there before the turn of the year.
Manchester United will be hurting after dropping points at home in the Premier League last time out, and now attentions turn back to European football. Next up, a tricky trip to Russia to take on FC Rostov in the first leg of our round of sixteen game.
Manchester United’s attentions will be turned back to the Premier League this weekend, fresh off the back of Jose Mourinho’s men winning the newly-renamed EFL Cup. The lads will be in buoyant mood and full of confidence, but they mustn’t underestimate opponents, AFC Bournemouth.
Manchester United’s next game is by far the most important one of the season until this point. Jose Mourinho has the chance to grab the Red Devils his first piece of major silverware as manager, but it won’t be easy as Southampton will provide a firm test.
Manchester United managed to ensure safe progression into the next round of the FA Cup at the weekend, but the games are now coming thick and fast. Next up, a trip to France and the second leg of our Europa League double-header against Saint-Etienne; with United 3-0 up from the first game.