Manchester United are on their way to Turkey now, to play their fourth game of the Europa League competition of the season. United have won two and lost one so far, but this next task is arguably their toughest of the campaign to this point – Fenerbahce away from home.
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Manchester United have had an extremely hit and miss twelve months, with the club lifting the FA Cup, but suffering some humiliating defeats in the league – Chelsea just yesterday being a prime example. However, one man who has been simply sensational to watch recently is Marcus Rashford.
Manchester United and Liverpool played out a rather dull 0-0 draw on Monday evening, in a game where it was evident that Jose Mourinho would be more than happy to get back down the M62 with a point. That’s exactly what the Red Devils got, but it could’ve been so much better if a few players performed anywhere close to their capabilities.
Manchester United had a mixed month during September, recording some excellent victories against Leicester City, Northampton and Zorya, but also some poor losses to City and Watford. However, one man who shined throughout was Marcus Rashford.
After the international break, Manchester United come back with a bang in a real tough fixture against fiercest of rivals in Liverpool. The game will obviously be a real struggle for Jose Mourinho’s men, but you’d hope we’ll come out on top and snatch all three points.
Gareth Southgate has named his first England squad since taking over as manager, and it does look extremely strong. Four Manchester United players have gotten a phone call from Southgate, and will get their chances to impress the new manager against Malta and Slovenia.
Manchester United and the rest of the footballing world have been rather harsh in the criticism of Wayne Rooney at the start of this season. The England international hasn’t had the best of starts, but he has been taking some heavy stick from large portions of the United fanbase.
Manchester United Football Club took a massive decision to sack Louis van Gaal over the summer, despite an FA Cup win. Narrowly missing out on the top four seemed to be the nail in the coffin for the Iron Tulip, and the board opted to bring in the tried and tested in Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United got back to winning ways at the weekend in pretty good style, with the boys slamming four past current champions Leicester City. Jose Mourinho had to be pleased with the all-round play of his starting eleven, and you’d have to urge him to stick with the same team next weekend.
Manchester United Football Club have made a decent start to the season, and one man who has been at the heart of that despite not playing all that much is Marcus Rashford. The 18-year-old has only made a couple of substitute appearances so far, but he’s expected to start against Feyenoord on Thursday.