Manchester United and Manchester City lock horns for the final meeting between the pair this season tomorrow, in a match that could well prove to be the deciding factor in the top four race. The game itself will be intriguing, with the Red Devils in good form, whilst our opponents were dumped out of the FA Cup at the weekend.
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Manchester United have been in good form of late, with Jose Mourinho’s men slowly but surely closing the gap on their rivals. The 2-0 result against Burnley completed an excellent week of results on the field, but the injuries are mounting up; our next fixture? an away trip to Manchester City.
Manchester United host Anderlecht this evening, in the second leg of their Europa League tie against the Belgian side. A place in the semi-final hangs in the balance with things nicely poised at 1-1 from the first leg. However, you’d hope we’ll have enough to progress comfortably.
Manchester United’s FA Cup dreams are over, thanks to a heartbreaking loss away at Stamford Bridge last night. To be fair to Jose Mourinho and his players, they acquitted themselves very well and in my opinion, they should all be extremely proud.
Manchester United have been playing some lovely football recently, despite the results not always going the way that Jose Mourinho would have wanted. However, as a fan you have to remain patient with the manager because we know exactly what he is capable of when things click into gear.
Manchester United’s eagerly anticipated clash with Arsenal is drawing closer. Jose Mourinho will be back on the touchline to face his old foe after sitting out the Swansea City match due to a ban. However, this game at the weekend is set to be a close one.
Manchester United Football Club are currently on a two-week hiatus, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking to back up their 3-1 victory away at Swansea when it gets back to normal service resumed. The next fixture is a tough one, with Arsenal visiting Old Trafford.
Manchester United are currently on a fortnight hiatus due to the international break, with Jose Mourinho given extra time to hopefully get some of his players back fit which would be a huge boost. However, before the break has even got going, United have been given another minor push forward.
Manchester United are currently on a two-week hiatus due to the international break, as Jose Mourinho will continue to work behind the scenes where our stars represent their respective countries. After their duties, United come back and their first fixture is Liverpool away.
Manchester United Football Club take on City tomorrow, in the first derby of the new era under Jose Mourinho. Our Portuguese coach will go head-to-head with an old foe in the form of Josep Guardiola, and what an absolute classic we have in prospect.