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Solskjær Optimistic for Hugely Crucial Injury Boost Before Tottenham Clash

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Manchester United are looking forward to continuing their win streak this Sunday, with the upcoming Tottenham Vs Man Utd challenge at the Wembley Stadium. Before travelling to Dubai for their mini break mid-season, United managed a comfortable home victory against Reading last Saturday, in the FA Cup 3rd round with the

Solskjaer Reveals His Thoughts on Facing Arsenal in the FA Cup Ahead of an Unimaginably Gruelling Set of Fixtures For United

Ole, FA Cup Arenal United

On January 7th, the FA Cup 4th round draw took place. Manchester United were drawn against Arsenal in the draw. The manager's reaction seem to be pretty positive and inviting as Ole prepares his team during their warm weather training in Dubai for the Tottenham game. United's previous fixtures ended in

Solskjaer Reveals Full Extent Of Alexis Sanchez’ Injury as United Proceed to FA Fourth Round After a Rusty Face-Off with Reading

United vs Reading, Reading

The tournament changed, the opponent changed, line-up changed, still the streak remains unscathed as Manchester United received the second-tier club Reading with warmth and a bit of ruthlessness. Manchester United have been on one of their purple patches under their former striker turned interim manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with five wins

Three Hugely Important Things That Happened In The United Vs Reading Game

United vs Reading, Reading

Another victory in the United Vs Reading FA Cup tie took their winning streak to five games under new interim manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Manchester United has been in emphatic form since Solskjaer took over as caretaker manager. With five wins in five games, Solskjaer has achieved what no other United

4-3-3 | Lukaku and Sanzhez to Start as Solskjaer Makes NINE Changes : Strongest Probable United Starting XI vs Reading

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Manchester United face off against Reading on Saturday at Old Trafford in the third round of the F.A Cup. This will be Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first knockout cup competition game in charge of the club. He couldn't possibly have asked for better opponents to get things off to a good

“I don’t want to.” : Solskjaer Stamps His Authority on his Bid for the Permanent Role as United notch up their 4th consecutive win

Newcastle Vs United, Newcastle United

The New Year was celebrated well by the Red Devils at the St. James’s Park as they continue their rich vein of form in the Premier League during the Newcastle Vs United game ever since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as interim manager. Along with that, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reserved

Three Things Learned From The Bournemouth Game

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The Red Devils is quite on roll at the moment with the United Vs Bournemouth game ending in an easy win against The Cherries. This result has a lot to do with the new interim manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has completely changed the mood at Old Trafford in just a

Manchester United Receive HUGE Injury Update About Sanchez and Martial Ahead of Bournemouth Clash

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Alexis Sanchez has been out of form for a while this season; having scored only one goal in the entire season along with 2 assists after 10 appearances. Sanchez has not played for Manchester United since his appearance against Crystal Palace on November 24th due to a hamstring injury which derailed him for a month

4-3-3 : Lukaku OUT, Martial and Rashford to Start | Incredible New Look United Lineup to Secure Third Successive Win

United Vs Bournemouth

Manchester United face Bournemouth at Old Trafford in their final fixture in 2018. It is fair to say that this has been a year of more downs than ups. However, its better late than never. It took 11 months, but things are finally turning around for the Reds. They are flying

What New Manager Solskjaer Has Done to Breathtakingly Transform Manchester United After Mourinho’s Debacle

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Things seem smooth at United, with 2 matches and 2 wins under the new caretaker manager Ole Solskjær. In Ole's first match, United thrashed Cardiff City with a score of 5-1 away. In the second match, United gain a 3-1 victory against Huddersfield at Old Trafford. Even though these teams were

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