It couldn’t have been timed better. Mauricio Pochettino, almost exactly a year after being dismissed by Tottenham Hotspur, reappeared on
#StayHomeSaveLives… Man City and Man Utd combine to salute and support NHS battle against coronavirus
Manchester United and Manchester City stars have joined forces to back the NHS call to stay at home during the Covid-19 outbreak.
As the whistle blew on Burnley’s first win at Old Trafford since 1962, you couldn’t be blamed for thinking that this was one of the lowest points to be associated with Manchester United.
Mason Greenwood is part of Manchester United’s match day squad for their FA Cup third round replay against Wolves tonight and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes an international call-up will eventually happen.
When Pep Guardiola swapped Munich for Manchester in the summer of 2016, it practically confirmed that Manchester City had a highly successful period on the horizon given that the Catalan boss guarantees silverware everywhere he goes.
Manchester United meet Liverpool on Sunday, and going into the game a staggering 15 points separate Liverpool at the top and United in 12th just two months into the season.
With just a handful of games played in the 2019/20 season, it already looks like Manchester United are destined to finish their seventh season without a Premier League title win.
2018/19 Premier League season recap: Man Utd v Man City in numbers… has a ‘power shift’ been confirmed?
On Monday the streets of Manchester City Centre were littered with blue flags as a victorious Guardiola, alongside his band of brothers, danced and fist pumped on top of an open top bus – well aware of how good they have been this season in stark contrast to Manchester United. MM breaks down some of the key numbers of the Premier League season to highlight the clubs’ varying fortunes.
As the transfer window looms, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has gone on record saying that being a top-flight player is not enough of an accolade if they want to make a move to Manchester United.
It was mid-afternoon on Wednesday, May 26, and Cari Rosen was sat at a bar in central Barcelona.
Members of the famed Class of ’92 will step onto the Old Trafford turf once more to play in the sold out Unicef Match for Children.