Manchester United Football Club are a side going through a transitional period at the moment, with Jose Mourinho’s men finally playing some decent stuff over recent weeks. With the January transfer window looming, moves both in and out could well be made…
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Manchester United Football Club won their third consecutive league game yesterday evening, as Jose Mourinho’s team seem to finally be finding their feet. The game as a whole was a supremely convincing team performance, and credit has to go to everyone in the squad for that.
It feels like a recurring story at the moment, with Manchester United dropping points late on in games that we should have the quality in our team to hold on and win. Once again, that happened at the weekend with Everton scoring a late penalty to earn themselves a point.
Manchester United Football Club dropped yet another couple of points late on in a Premier League match, and this is becoming a rather worrying trend for the Red Devils. Alright, Everton away is never an easy fixture, but you do expect the players to be able to close out a tight match.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like deja vu at the moment for Manchester United. Jose Mourinho’s men seem to play some excellent football for large portions of the game, but switch off at the worst possible moment which eventually leads to points dropped. That was the case again today at Goodison Park.
Manchester United dropped more points at home this afternoon, with the Red Devils once again slow out of the blocks, allowing West Ham an early lead within ninety seconds. Although Zlatan Ibrahimovic managed to head us level, the players couldn’t find a winner – largely thanks to some goalkeeping heroics.
Manchester United Football Club managed to get back to winning ways over the weekend, with the club putting three past a struggling Swansea City side to pick up all three points. One man who started in that game was Marouane Fellaini, who played pretty well.
Manchester United take on Manchester City tomorrow night, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking to extract some revenge on a Pep Guardiola side that quite frankly embarrassed us last time out. The game will obviously be an extremely hard fought one, but United’s cause hasn’t been made any easier.
Manchester United lost the first derby of the season, with the game all-but over as the first half came to a close. Jose Mourinho got his tactics completely wrong, and things could be about to get even worse for the self-proclaimed Special One.
Manchester United take on Manchester City for the first time of the season this coming Saturday, with Jose Mourinho and Josep Guardiola renewing their fierce rivalry. The game takes place at Old Trafford, and it provides a chance to send out a real message.