Manchester United’s short tour of China will certainly be one to forget for the players and coaches alike, with a 4-1 thumping by Dortmund followed up by a cancellation against City. However, that is in the past, and its time to move forward – next up, Galatasaray on Saturday.
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Manchester United’s pre-season tour is well underway, with Jose Mourinho putting his players through their paces ahead of an eagerly anticipated clash against Borussia Dortmund. The lads started things off with a win against Wigan, and they’ll be looking to back that up.
Manchester United Football Club are preparing for their biggest game of the season by far, as Louis van Gaal’s side take on Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium. Silverware is on the line, so the lads will be looking forward to this one more than most games.
Manchester United have the chance to continue their excellent start to the new year tomorrow, as Ronald Koeman and Southampton visit Old Trafford. Ahead of the game Louis van Gaal confirmed that there will be a few key absentees, including Bastian Schweinsteiger, Phil Jones and Ashley Young.
Manchester United begin their FA Cup campaign with a potential stumbling block at home to Sheffield United tomorrow. The League One side certainly have the qualities to cause an upset, so United will have to be on their A-game to ensure safe passage into the hat for round four.
The games are coming thick and fast for Manchester United now as we enter the hectic winter schedule, and Louis van Gaal was putting his players through their paces ahead of the game against CSKA Moscow at Old Trafford tomorrow evening.
Manchester United go head-to-head with their fiercest of rivals tomorrow, as the two Manchester clubs lock horns for the first time this season. Both have been hit and miss of late, but it looks as though the North-West will once again have a big say in the title race.
Manchester United’s Champions League campaign continues tomorrow night, with a tricky assignment in Russia on the cards. Louis van Gaal will be hopeful his side can secure a huge three points that could see him take control of their group at the midway stage.
Manchester United football is now just a couple of days away, with Louis van Gaal putting his players through their paces with a full squad for the first time in around two weeks. The games don’t get any easier either, with our next two opponents being Everton and Manchester City.
Manchester United Football Club have already given themselves a mini-mountain to climb, with the club three points off the pace down to a 2-1 defeat away at PSV Eindhoven during match day one.