Manchester United Football Club are still fighting it out in four competitions (three come Sunday evening), and that has obviously played into the manager’s thinking when it comes to team selection. He has a duty to keep his players fit – but the fixture pile up really isn’t helping.
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Manchester United Football Club did the job tonight, as Jose Mourinho’s team beat Saint-Etienne by a 1-0 scoreline. The result never looked in doubt and was comfortable from the off, and a large part of that is down to the fact that the gaffer played a very strong line-up.
Manchester United are playing some lovely stuff right now, with Jose Mourinho seemingly finding the formula to make his players tick. Things are looking great on the field, and we’re still fighting it out on four fronts for different trophies – hence plenty of our squad are getting regular chances.
Manchester United Football Club are looking like a shadow of their former self under Jose Mourinho, with the self-proclaimed Special One seemingly having a real positive impact on the current playing squad. That has included a lot of rotation due to the fact that the Red Devils are still in four competitions.
Manchester United Football Club have the games coming thick and fast right now, with Jose Mourinho having to work out which players need to be rested from time-to-time. The fact that the Red Devils are still in four competitions doesn’t make things any easier for our boss.
Manchester United have made some colossal signings down the years, and when Jose Mourinho was named manager, we all expected that to continue. over the summer, the gaffer made huge moves to bring in Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, with the latter making a real impact of late.
Manchester United are playing so many games without really having the time to recover and overthink things too much, and that certainly gives the manager a decision to make when it comes to selecting his teams. Now, the boss has confirmed a couple of key injuries.
Manchester United got the better of Blackburn Rovers yesterday, with Jose Mourinho’s side overcoming an early deficit to progress to the quarter-finals; where they’ll take on Chelsea. After the game, Jose was in a wonderful mood as you’d expect.
Last year, Marcus Rashford burst onto the scene under the watchful eye of Louis van Gaal. The man from Wythenshawe has been a key part of the squad since his arrival last February, and it’s great to see a young talent performing so well at the highest level.
Over the course of the January transfer window, Manchester United Football Club didn’t delve into the buying market at all. In fact, the Red Devils made profit, as they sold both Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin to Lyon and Everton respectively.