Manchester United Football Club have just one more dead rubber left; a game against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford in the Premier League. Honestly, the fixture is as pointless as i can remember in recent years and I bet Jose Mourinho and the players would prefer to just not play it…
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Manchester United’s injury luck has been nothing short of horrific over the last month or so. Jose Mourinho’s team have had plenty of long-term casualties to cope with, including the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marcos Rojo, Luke Shaw and Ashley Young all ruled out for the season.
Manchester United’s injury luck has been nothing short of awful recently. As we all know, both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo are out for the season with ligament injuries. Now, it looks as though another player will be joining them on the sidelines for the remainder of the campaign.
Manchester United came away from the Etihad with a hard-earned point on Thursday night, largely thanks to some excellent defending from all of the back four. The match as a whole was a rather dull affair, but in the end, a point for both was definitely the correct result.
Manchester United play what is arguably their biggest game of the season later today, when they take on Anderlecht at Old Trafford – for a place in the Europa League semi-final. The tie is finely poised at 1-1 and it’ll certainly be an interesting watch.
Manchester United’s attentions turn to the FA Cup for the first time this season, as the Red Devils will look to defend their crown in a campaign they’ll start against Reading. The Championship side is coached by former United hero Jaap Stam in a fixture that will not be easy.
Manchester United have struggled on the field over the last couple of games, with Jose Mourinho’s men drawing at home to Stoke before following that up with a draw away at Anfield. Off the field however, there has been a bit of positive news to smile at.
Manchester United are currently in the middle of a two-week hiatus due to the nightmare that is the international break, but that hasn’t stopped the club working and planning behind the scenes. This is the ideal time to work out what players are deserving of new contracts, and it looks as though one is about to be handed out.
Manchester United Football Club have had one of the worst weeks in recent memory, with Jose Mourinho’s side losing three key games in the space of nine days. Now, attentions turn to the EFL Cup, with a visit to Northampton Town on the cards tomorrow.
Manchester United and Jose Mourinho have only used a limited amount of players at the start of the season, presumably down to the fact that the club have only had one game a week to play. However, things will change as we enter September due to both the Europa League and EFL Cup starting up.