Man Utd to Face another Spanish Team in the Europa League

After drawing Sevilla, a champion in the Europa League, in the quarterfinals, Manchester United will now play a third Spanish team in a row. In the Europa League knockout stages, Erik ten Hag’s team has already defeated Barcelona and Real Betis. Now, they will play Seville in the last eight next month. United will play the winner of Juventus’ match with Sporting, the team that eliminated Arsenal on Thursday if they beat Sevilla in the next round.

In another match in the draw, Bayer Leverkusen will play Union Saint-Gilloise, the sister club of Premier League team Brighton, in a rematch of the Europa Conference League final from last year. Jose Mourinho’s Roma will play Feyenoord. Xabi Alonso’s Bayer Leverkusen will play Union Saint-Gilloise. United will face the team that is known as an expert in the Europa League. Sevilla has won the competition six times since 2006. The Andalusian team’s most recent victory came in 2020 when Sevilla defeated United in the semifinals. (more…)

Mourinho still believes in the title

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is adamant that his side can catch Manchester City in the race for the title despite falling eight points behind the leaders.

Jose Mourinho admitted that there have been some disappointing results for his side and that they were hoping to cut the gap between themselves and Manchester City, but that the poor results had come in difficult games (against Chelsea and Liverpool) and that he has no complaint against his players. (more…)

United will miss out on the title – Craig Burley

Former Chelsea ace Craig Burley believes Manchester United will miss out on the Premier League title this season. The Red Devils have made a quick start off the blocks with 19 points from seven matches, and they are only trailing Manchester City at the top on goal difference.

Speaking to ESPN, Burley feels the Red Devils have made a step forward with resounding wins over the weaker sides, but there is a still a gap between them and the Premier League crown, he said: “I think clearly United have made a step forward, the results would suggest it. Against weaker teams last year they gave up points, they weren’t as clinical, they weren’t as strong, as organised. But I’ve not got them to win the league. I don’t think they’ve taken a big enough one for me but I do think they’ve moved in the right direction.” (more…)

Rooney Tops Pile of Manchester United Goalscoring Legends

Manchester United has a long history when it comes to late goals, winning dramatic derbies and even a Champions League with breakthroughs right at the death in injury time. However, it is hard to remember any moment in the past when a late equaliser at Stoke City led to as much widespread praise and acclaim as it did on January 21st.

At any other point in Wayne Rooney’s career, his late free kick at the Britannia Stadium would have been seen as an important effort which rescued a valuable point in the club’s continued search for a place in the Premier League’s top four. But this most golden of goals actually took his total tally for United to an astonishing 250, surpassing Bobby Charlton’s record to make Rooney the club’s all-time leading goalscorer. (more…)


Manchester United have had a lot of success over the years, but the 1999 team will always be remembered as one of the best in the world. During this season, the club managed to lift three major titles in the form of the Premier league, FA Cup, and the Champions Read more…