Manchester United Football Club are having an excellent time of things at the moment, all things considered. The Red Devils are particularly looking supremely solid on the defensive side of things, which has always been an integral part of any Jose Mourinho team.
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It was always going to be tough going out in Russia, and when the state of the pitch became evident, things looked even harder. However, Jose Mourinho’s men managed to come away with a 1-1 draw, which isn’t too bad when all things are considered.
As we all know too well, Manchester United dropped a couple of points at the weekend, with AFC Bournemouth holding us to a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford. Sadly, this type of thing has happened far too many times this year and it could well be what costs us a spot in the top four.
Manchester United host Watford at Old Trafford this coming Saturday, with Jose Mourinho’s men desperate to back up the 3-0 victory away at Leicester – and keep the pressure on their rivals. However, we could’ve just been dealt a little bit of a blow on the injury front…
Manchester United’s biggest game of the season so far takes place this weekend, when the Red Devils host Liverpool at the Theatre of Dreams. With a win, Mourinho’s men can close the gap on the scousers to just two points, and with plenty of games still to play, it’d certainly be interesting.
Manchester United Football Club put together a routine victory at home to Reading in the FA Cup earlier today, with Jose Mourinho’s men running out 4-0 winners. Progression into the fourth round has been sealed, but it did come at a price…
Manchester United seem to finally be hitting some form under the watchful eye of Jose Mourinho, after the lads suffered somewhat of a slow start to life under their new manager. The players seem to be buying into his philosophy, which has started right from the heart of defence.
Manchester United finally broke their Premier League home voodoo, as the Red Devils secured their first Old Trafford victory in the league in five attempts – and it was an impressive one at that as Jose Mourinho saw off a spirited Tottenham Hotspur managed by Mauricio Pochettino.
Manchester United’s performance levels have been pretty good recently, despite the fact that we’ve dropped far too many points both at home and on the road. Results are what matters most, and it’s up to Jose to turn things around – and quickly.
Manchester United Football Club took on Northampton Town last night, in a game that Mourinho’s men simply had to win, especially given the fact that they’d lost their last three. Another game against City awaits in the next round, and that isn’t going to be easy…