Preparations for Manchester United’s game against Ajax will be well underway. Jose Mourinho will already have a team in mind no doubt, and one confirmed starter for that game is Sergio Romero; our backup goalkeeper who has played superbly in the Europa League all season long.
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Manchester United now have just one Premier League game left. The fixture against Southampton looked like a couple of sides coming to the end of their season, merely taking part in a rather dull game. However, one man stood out from the rest.
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 have been very fortunate in the goalkeeping department over the past couple of years, and credit has to go the coaching staff who work so diligently with the shot-stoppers behind the scenes. Right now we have two more than adequate goalies; David de Gea and Sergio Romero.
Manchester United narrowly made it into the last four of the Europa League tournament, where they’ll play Celta Vigo over two legs. The Red Devils beat Anderlecht 3-2 on aggregate, with the eventual winner coming from the left boot of Marcus Rashford.
Manchester United are in a rich vein of form at the moment, most notably due to our solid defence. Right now we’re still fighting it out in both the Europa League and the Premier League, and that has led to plenty of rotation from the boss.
Well, Manchester United Football Club are into the last eight of the Europa League, thanks to a 1-0 victory at home to Russian side Rostov yesterday. Jose Mourinho’s men were not at their best, but they did manage to get the job done and dusted.
Manchester United Football Club are a side drenched in rich history, tradition and quality players, and Jose Mourinho further added to that this summer with brilliant signings. However, there is only eleven spots on a team-sheet, and that means some players will miss out on all-important game-time.
Manchester United Football Club have the games coming thick and fast right now, with Jose Mourinho’s men still battling it out across four competitions. Tonight they head to Hull City for their EFL Cup semi-final, and on Sunday, Wigan Athletic visit Old Trafford in the FA Cup.
Manchester United’s attentions turn to the FA Cup for the first time of the season, as Jose Mourinho prepares his players to host Championship side Reading FC. The fixture is an interesting one for the fans in particular, as Royals’ manager is none other than former United man, Jaap Stam.