- Mon Sep 18 11:29 AM
Joe Mourinho played Ashley Young
at left-back against Everton after Daley Blind was dropped from the squad
- Mon Sep 18 11:28 AM
has been banned from driving for two years after pleading guilty to drink driving.
- Sun Sep 17 8:47 PM
The Frenchman missed the 4-0 win over Everton on Sunday
- Sun Sep 17 8:44 PM
Ronald Koeman and his team visit Old Trafford this afternoon in search for a result to turn their early failings around
- Sun Sep 17 6:43 PM
Manchester United score three in the final ten minutes to batter Everton at Old Trafford. After leaving the field in the first 20 minutes, the FC crew assess the implications for Man United without Paul Pogba. MANCHESTER -- Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho insists he still does not know ho...
- Sat Sep 16 10:31 PM
Manchester United won't be fussing over Wayne Rooney
on his Old Trafford return with Romelu Lukaku
on the cover of today's programme against Everton and no repeat of
- Fri Sep 15 4:25 PM
MANCHESTER UNITED face a tough task in what will be a heated game against Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday.
- Fri Sep 15 2:28 PM
Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho has confirmed that Paul Pogba has sustained an injury setback and will definitely be ruled out against Everton this weekend. The Frenchman suffered a hamstring injury in the midweek win over Basel in the Champions League, as he was forced off the field due to the proble...
- Fri Sep 15 12:59 PM
The Special One faces the cameras as Wayne Rooney
prepares to return to Old Trafford for the first time
- Thu Sep 14 1:36 PM
The Frenchman limped off after just 18 minutes against Basel and could be replaced by Fellaini or Herrera
- Thu Sep 14 10:42 AM
Everton boss Ronald Koeman says striker Wayne Rooney
will feature in their squad to face Atalanta.
|Still Michael Keane and Phil (Jagielka) are not available for tomorrow and are doubtful for the weekend. The rest of the injury list remains the same,
His situation is, what I heard from the doctor, he can be part of the team for training on Friday but his last game was July,
said Toffees boss Ronald Koeman. I think that is the answer for you.
The first goal was perfect,
Koeman told evertontv. First he was defending and getting the ball back, he played a one-two, then he was running, his movement was good… and his finish was great.
For me, the players, for everyone it is important. Everyone knew it was a must-win game,