Marouane Fellaini has always been a player that the Manchester United fans just have never taken to. The much-maligned Belgian has had a pretty good season under Jose Mourinho, as he helped himself and his teammates to two major pieces of silverware.
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Manchester United have done it. They beat Ajax (rather comfortably), to win the Europa League. Jose Mourinho must be so proud of his players, and we can end this season on a real high after such a tough, rigorous year, particularly on the players.
Manchester United Football Club play their biggest game of the season in just five nights time. The match against Ajax is going to be an extremely tough fixture, and it’s pretty obvious that we’re approaching that match on the back of a supremely poor run of form, and now the injuries are coming back yet again…
Manchester United’s 0-0 draw against Southampton was a drab affair, but honestly, that was to be expected. All attentions for the Old Trafford club are rightfully being directed towards the Europa League final, and that’s probably why we haven’t won in our last three Premier League outings.
Manchester United’s season is almost at its climax. Our first year under Jose Mourinho has definitely been a mixed one. We’ve looked pretty good in Europe, whereas our Premier League campaign has been nothing short of a disaster as we sit in a rather poor sixth place.
Manchester United Football Club made it into the Europa League final. Jose Mourinho’s men made hard work of it, but in the end, they made it to the Stockholm showpiece and that is all that matters.
Manchester United Football Club already have one trophy under their belts this season, and now the Red Devils have been presented with the chance to make it two. Jose Mourinho’s men made it into the Europa League final, although the dying embers of the Celta Vigo game last night was tense, to say the least.
You’d certainly argue that Manchester United’s game against Celta Vigo this weekend is the biggest of our season so far. The Red Devils are desperate to secure a place in the final of the tournament, but our Spanish opponents will prove to be a stern test.
The two Manchester clubs battled it out in the quest for a top four finish. A dire game that showed why both teams are fighting for fourth place rather than for the title. Arguably getting a win was more important for City as a top four finish is all Pep Guardiola can aim to achieve after failing in the cup competitions.
Manchester United Football Club picked up a hard-fought point at The Etihad Stadium yesterday, with Jose Mourinho’s men defending diligently throughout. The Red Devils had to play the last portion of the game a man down, thanks to a Marouane Fellaini red card; no surprises there, then.