Sadly, we won’t see Manchester United Football Club take to the field for the next couple of months as our season is over. However, it couldn’t have come to an end in a more fitting way; with silverware in the form of the Europa League crown. In truth, the match was easy.
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Manchester United Football Club play the biggest game that I can remember in recent years this evening. Jose Mourinho leads his men into battle against a supremely talented Ajax side, in a game that is going to be a close-knit affair from the first minute right until the last.
Manchester United have had a whole host of top quality centre-halves on their books down the years, from Gary Pallister to Nemanja Vidic. However, the best one I’ve ever seen is without a doubt Rio Ferdinand. The Englishman is just a sensational defender.
Manchester United’s Jose Mourinho has been embroiled in some sort of situation with Luke Shaw recently, with the gaffer really slamming the 21-year-old in the media. The reasoning behind it is yet to be known, and as far as I can tell, the left-back has done pretty good for us.
Manchester United and Jose Mourinho chose not to invest in any new players in the January transfer window, with the self-proclaimed Special One opting to stick with what he knows. However, hopefully, we’ll see some new incomings when the summer comes around.
Manchester United’s pressure on the teams above them feels rather relentless right now, with Jose Mourinho’s men on an excellent unbeaten streak. However, we’ve still not moved up the table, and the Red Devils have to keep winning to ensure a top four finish.
Manchester United grabbed another three points yesterday evening, and what a richly deserved win it was. Jose Mourinho’s team are beginning to look like an outfit capable of winning trophies, and right at the heart of it, there is one man in particular who is catching the eye.
Manchester United were seemingly content to take a point away from Anfield last night, and they certainly have David de Gea to thank for that. The Spaniard was back to his brilliant best once again, and it was truly great to see him leap through the air like we’ve become accustomed to over the years.
Manchester United’s season has really been hit and miss under Louis van Gaal, and although the club have an FA Cup final to look forward to, it has been a bit of an odd one. At times the results and performances just have not been good enough.