Manchester United dropped two careless points at the Theatre of Dreams this weekend, as Swansea City were allowed a way back into the game late on. On the whole, our performance just wasn’t good enough, and if we continue like that then there is absolutely no chance we will be in the Champions League next season.
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Manchester United take on Anderlecht tomorrow, in what is arguably their biggest game of the season to date. A place in the semi-finals is at stake, and Jose Mourinho will be looking for a positive result to take us through into the last four.
Manchester United have been without club captain Wayne Rooney recently, despite the fact that he did actually come back from an injury just a couple of weeks ago. His absence from the Everton and West Brom games we’re unknown until Mourinho eventually shed some light on the situation.
Manchester United have been without Wayne Rooney for the last couple of games, with the gaffer failing to shed any light as to why. The 31-year-old hasn’t really featured all that much this campaign, and now he won’t play against Anderlecht tomorrow either.
Manchester United seem to be playing every few days at the moment, and I guess we’re at that stage in the season where games just come thick and fast. Eventually, that takes its toll on some players and now we’ve been hit with another injury problem.
Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney hasn’t had the best of seasons so far under Jose Mourinho, despite the fact that he did break the club goalscoring record. Injuries and his poor form has led the captain to be in and out of the team, and it’s definitely fair to say he has struggled.
Manchester United Football Club have been on a pretty decent run of form in the Premier League recently, despite the fact that they’ve only just moved up from sixth in the table. Jose Mourinho definitely has the Red Devils moving in the right direction, but one key man has largely been on the periphery.
Manchester United’s tie against FC Rostov is finely poised at 1-1, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking to earn a place in the quarter-final of the Europa League. The game itself certainly won’t be easy, and our task could have been made harder with injuries.
Manchester United’s terrible form against Chelsea continued last night, with Jose Mourinho’s new team losing 1-0 to his former employers. That now just leaves us competing on two fronts, and next up is a game in the Europa League against FC Rostov.
Manchester United head to Stamford Bridge tomorrow night, in a fixture that was always going to be a tough challenge. Jose Mourinho would obviously want to go to his old stomping ground and put in a commanding performance whilst coming away with a victory – however, things have just got harder.