Manchester United got their bid for a top four finish back on track over the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s men showing real guts and determination to overcome Middlesbrough. Now, we’re on international hiatus, which gives some of our players time to regroup and get that energy flowing again.
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Manchester United Football Club are having a pretty good season, with Jose Mourinho already having delivered a trophy with the Red Devils. Our form in the league has been pretty consistent, and we’re obviously still fighting it out to win the Europa League trophy.
Manchester United Football Club got another much-needed victory under their belt at the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s team beating Watford by a 2-0 scoreline. The result was largely down to the fact that Anthony Martial was back in the side, as the Frenchman grabbed himself a goal and also an assist.
Manchester United seem to always be in the headlines for one reason or another – purely because we’re the biggest club in the country and we sell papers. One man embroiled in a media controversy at the moment is Wayne Rooney, and his situation just took another turn.
Manchester United have had an extremely tough time of things in the Premier League recently, with Jose Mourinho without a win in that competition since before the international break. I’ve no doubt things will turn around sooner or later, and it’s clear Gary Neville has that same thought process.
Manchester United play their biggest game of the season so far on Monday evening when they head to Liverpool to take on their fiercest of rivals. Jurgen Klopp’s men are playing some nice stuff at the moment, in a game that’ll prove to be extremely tough and physical from the get-go.
Manchester United have had an awful week of football. Jose Mourinho’s men have lost all three of their games in that time, and been hit with plenty of injuries to boot. Just when Jose didn’t think things could get any worse… there is a leak in the dressing room.
Manchester United’s rich history has plenty of heroes and fan favourites, but one man who is close to the top of that list is Gary Neville. The former right-back has taken his first managerial job at Valencia, but admitted he never sees himself managing at Old Trafford.
Up until yesterday morning, it was unthinkable to discuss the future of Manchester United Football Club without mentioning Ryan Giggs. After a brief spell in the dugout during the final stages of the 2013/14 season, the Welshman was hired by current manager Louis van Gaal as Assistant Manager, a role many believe is much more akin to a managerial apprenticeship.
Manchester United Football Club saw one of their biggest legends turn his hand to management for the first time today, as Gary Neville was appointed the gaffer of Valencia CF. Shortly after the announcement, Sir Alex Ferguson shared his take on proceedings, and wished him all the best.