Manchester United Football Club’s preparations for their Europa League tie against Anderlecht will be well underway. The Red Devils are now into the last eight, and they’ll be hoping to lift the trophy by the time the end of May comes around.
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After a two-week hiatus due to the international break, Manchester United are ready to return this weekend – with a home game against West Bromwich Albion up next. However, if you thought this game was going to be easy then think again…
Manchester United Football Club will be well on the way to being fully prepared for their game against FC Rostov tomorrow. After our exit from the FA Cup on Monday night, the Europa League is probably our only realistic chance at winning another trophy this season.
Manchester United Football Club could well go all the way in the Europa League tournament this year, as I think it’s fair to say that on paper, we’re the strongest team left. No game at this level of football will be easy, however, and tomorrow the Reds play their first leg of the round of sixteen.
We’re into the new year now, and Jose Mourinho’s men did manage to start 2017 with a win, thanks to a 2-0 victory away at West Ham United. Next up is Reading FC in the FA Cup, as Manchester United will try to defend the crown that they won in dramatic fashion way back in May of last year.
Manchester United will be looking to grab a real hold on their Europa League group tomorrow evening, in a game against Turkish side Fenerbahce. The first match finished 4-1 in favour of the Red Devils, but the away trip was always going to be a real test.
Manchester United have had a real mixed start to life under Jose Mourinho. Some games they look unstoppable, just look at Leicester City at home. Others, we just look truly awful; Watford away being the prime example. Now, attentions switch to Fenerbahce in the Europa League.
Manchester United simply have to win in the Europa League tomorrow, when Jose Mourinho’s men go head-to-head with Ukrainian cup winners, Zorya Luhansk. The opponents kicked off their European competition with a draw, so three points here is nothing short of essential if we have hopes to win the group.
Jose Mourinho has always been known as an absolutely ruthless manager, and that has just been highlighted in the most peculiar way. After his side have lost their last three games on the trot, it looks as though the self-proclaimed Special One has taken some revenge on the players.
Manchester United Football Club open their Europa League group stages with a game against Feyenoord in Rotterdam tomorrow, but before their flight to Holland earlier today, Jose Mourinho put them through their paces in one final training session at Carrington.