The race to the Champions League berths is heating up, as the number of teams having the chance of qualifying gets narrowed down through their wins and losses. By identifying the key players who will help Arsenal finish in the top four and the teams with the highest chance of
The come back against PSG in the Champions League is one to savour for all Manchester United fans alike, with United completing the come back yet again in “Fergie Time”.
With that win in Paris, Ole has won his nine away games, which speaks volumes about the progress he’s made at
The Red Devils are all set to visit Parc des Princes for the Paris Vs United clash on Wednesday, for their second leg Champions League encounter.
Manchester United have had a brilliant revival under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer since his arrival back in December. It's not just about the wins recorded or
The Red Devils visit Le Parc des Princes tomorrow for the PSG Vs United clash, their second leg Champions League encounter against the French champions. The first leg ended in a disappointing 2-0 loss for the home team at Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, since his arrival has stabled the United
Ole’s Manchester United got themselves a reality check after their two nil humbling at the hands of Paris Saint Germain at Old Trafford. The defeat wasn’t the only problem for United, with both Martial and Lingard limping off late in the first half.
After a very defensive first half performance with
The first half performance against Fulham was one to cherish for Manchester United indeed.
The Red Devils strolled to a three goal lead before half time, which in itself has been a rare sight this season given that they’ve struggled a lot to break teams down in the first half.
After Saturday's 2-2 draw at Southampton, Manchester United are at the 7th position, 8 points off a Champions League place. In the MUTV press conference, José Mourinho said that United were “in difficulties” but refused to go into more details in fear of giving Arsenal a competitive edge. The Portuguese manager has
When José Mourinho joined United after replacing the sacked van Gaal, it seemed like a match made in heaven. Even though he didn’t get the chance back in 2013 when Sir Alex retired, he finally got his wish to manage United.
Ever since he took charge he has been scrutinized, receiving
Matchday 5 of the UEFA Champions League saw Manchester United host Swiss side BSC Young Boys in a match that could see the Red Devils progress to the knockout stages of the competition. United left it late, and it seemed that they would have to be satisfied with a draw before
Salford City co-owner Paul Scholes recently described Man Utd manager José Mourinho as a 'lonely man.' With the current state of affairs at Old Trafford, Scholes' description doesn't seem too off the mark. Is Mourinho really a lonely man or is it the manner in which he runs the team