Manchester United put in the perfect away performance from back to front last night, and that was finally rewarded with a much-needed three points when Ashley Young converted from a Newcastle United error. The game was marred by one incident midway through the first half, however.
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Manchester United’s injury problems have eased up a fair bit of late, but there has been a minor setback in terms of players available ahead of the visit to Cambridge United tomorrow, as Ashley Young, Chris Smalling and Jonny Evans are definitely going to miss the game with differing problems.
Manchester United’s injury problems continue once again, as three senior defenders have been ruled out of tomorrow’s away trip to Arsenal, with one more having a late fitness test tomorrow morning. A much depleted side isn’t great news, and it seems that we simply cannot catch a break where injuries are concerned.
Manchester United have been handed a huge boost before what is perhaps the biggest game of their season so far – an away trip to Arsenal. The trio of Radamel Falcao, Jonny Evans and Phil Jones could all return to the fold after recovering from injuries, with Chris Smalling also returning from his suspension.
Manchester United’s defensive woes are set to continue, as Jonny Evans has been ruled out of action for around a month, according to the Daily Mail. The Irishman tweaked his ankle in United’s shock 5-3 defeat away at Leicester City on Sunday, as Louis van Gaal’s side continue to show that inconsistent which needs to be eradicated quickly.
Manchester United helplessly fell to a 5-3 defeat away at Leicester yesterday, and there was a double blow in terms of defensive problems come the end of the game. Young Tyler Blackett, who has been United’s best defender so far this season, was unfortunately sent off after making a last-man tackle.
Jonny Evans left Carrington with his foot in a protective boot yesterday, as we learnt that his season is over after suffering an ankle injury. Evans has only made 24 appearances for Manchester United this season, as his poor injury record continues.
Manchester United received mixed injury news ahead of another must win home game; This time former coach Rene Meulensteen brings his Fulham side to town. Both Jonny Evans and Marouane Fellaini will miss the game due to a calf problem and groin concern respectively. Whereas Phil Jones is fit to play after concussion.
The 24-year old centre-back is enjoying his football of late, and he is proving to be an integral part of our back four as we attempt to regain our Premier League crown, he has signed a new contract which will keep him at the club until June 2016, he has made 141 appearances for United, scoring 4 goals in that time.
Ahead of the statue unveiling later today, Sir Alex had the usual business of conducting a pre-match press conference for the Media. We got the good news that Wayne Rooney has been training all week and is fit to start against QPR tomorrow.