Manchester United Football Club will see the fixtures coming thick and fast now, with Jose Mourinho’s men still fighting it out on four fronts. The Red Devils take on Saint-Etienne at Old Trafford tomorrow, as their Europa League campaign resumes.
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Three points for Manchester United this weekend is an absolute must – and there is nothing else that’ll satisfy the Old Trafford faithful. Jose Mourinho’s men host Watford at the Theatre of Dreams, as they’ll be looking to extract revenge for the lost to Mazzarri’s men before the turn of the year.
Manchester United’s next league opponents are Watford, who visit Old Trafford this coming Saturday. Jose Mourinho’s men have been in good form of late, particularly in the Premiership – and this is another must win clash for the self-proclaimed Special One and his side.
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 league form has dipped off a bit recently, with Jose Mourinho’s men drawing three league games in a row. Things don’t get any easier either, with a trip to Champions Leicester City next on the agenda, and Ranieri’s men will certainly be up for the match.
Manchester United Football Club dropped two more points in the Premier League this weekend, as they made it three consecutive draws in a row. Jose Mourinho’s men once again had a chance to close the gap on the teams above them, but unfortunately, couldn’t capitalise.
Manchester United Football Club have looked pretty solid defensively as of late, and that’s down to one man in particular; Jose Mourinho. The coach who replaced Louis van Gaal has always been known as a defensive-minded one, and right now that’s paying dividends.
Manchester United Football Club rescued a point against Liverpool yesterday, with Jose Mourinho’s men having the fighting spirit to not lie down and roll over. The lads kept on working and earned a deserved draw thanks to a late Zlatan Ibrahimovic leveller.
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.