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Well club has officially confirmed it's ligament damage. This could be the end of zlatan
Just read the reports that he wants to retire.. its fkin depressing. This is truly the shittiest seasons we had, absolutely nothing has gone our way.
It's doubly sad because the team has improved so much from the back passing impotent team left behind by LVG but at every turn got cockblocked by bad luck, ridiculous ref calls m, even more ridiculous finishing and at the end of the season a string of injuries that leaves us with half the first team out and our leading scorer retiring prematurely
This will even affects the team morale because Zlatan is clearly a leader off the pitch
Will definitely miss the days he played here and the league cup win with him
Viva Zlatan
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it's a damn shame to see any player forced into retirement thru injury [hopefully that isn't the case] and a legend like zlatan...? he doesn't deserve that. dude was playing like he's 28 with years left to go at 35.
thats a shame , hopefully both can recover quickly
Hazard was in Herrera's pocket all week long, the Spaniard didn't release him till the second half of the FA cup
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Respect because of that he saved his energy for Spurs
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win win 🤜🤛
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Zlatan - Injured up to January 2018
Rojo - Injured until September 2017

Two major losts :(
Damn it! last thing i wanted was Rojo to get injured, not that i like others getting injured. The guy was beginning to show his class as defender and we all thought we have some consistency at the back. Hope Jones is ready to get back into starting XI.
Only man Utd can have two cruciate ligament injuries in the same game
Zlatan was a freak injury but Rojo I think was fatigue. He has played some 8 games straight and now is done



Ffs as if this season could get any worse

Lol Jones and Smalling are out for the season too according to on physio room
These two must be the first players on their way out. Jones is talented, Smalling not even that but we can't have players who play 1/3rd of each season if we are serious about competing in all competitions

I hope Woodward is ready with a 200m cheque for the summer. Can't wait to hear Liverpool fans thoughts when we sign Griezmann for 100m while they get Nathan's redmond for 40m
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^ lets get to CL first, and then we can comfortably get pretty much any player we want
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Major setbacks there for our run in.
Rojo injury a major setback. Didn't think this would be a thing this time last year.
WTF. Our luck f*****g us like a bitch.

Time for Fosu-Mensah/Tuanzebe and Rashford/Martial. Instead, its going to be Blind and Rooney.

Btw, wouldnt Rojo have a chance for a quick recovery if he was taken off the first time he felt his knee instead of soldiering on and have someone knock on his injured knee once more.
Really feel for Ibra, tough loss for the team and the season. Hope it doesn't mess with our mentality going forward (not that there has been a particularly strong one besides go out and get a draw).

I want to say that I really think Pogba's struggles this season will not be here the next. Overall, I think his role in Mourinho's system is positive. He uses his strength and body to shield opposition in the right moments and has made some excellent last ditch tackles that I dont think have had the credit they deserve due to his lack of finishing and selfish dribbling at times. I think bringing in a couple players with just as high price tags will take some of this pressure off the young man and he will be the WC player we know he is inside. I would NEVER label him a flop, he has played a crucial role this season and we can't fault him if he likes to shoot at the bar or the post rather than create an actual goal.

I hope that Lingard and Martial really step their s**t up in these next couple weeks. We're going to need them to be focused and clinical. We cannot afford to play on the back foot in all these tough fixtures and we will need killer instinct that I can only hope we've been reserving for this stretch in our fixtures. GGMU
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Pogba is never a flop, the ones proclaiming Pogba as "flop of the season" are completely ignorant about football. Or they watch 2 minutes highlight package and expect pogba to be there in the highlights simply because he is worth 89m. Pogba brings so much more to the team than goals and assists.
On the downside, for some reason, he shares the same shooting boots with the entire squad and misses so much sitters. If he had put half of them away, he would be hailed as the best signing of the season lol.

And it's quite hilarious seeing Juve fans calling Pogba out for defending being a rock in the middle, EPL is no one horse league.With the exception of one or two legends, Serie A players barely even make a mark here. Certainly not many in the recent years. That's because Serie A is played at a walking pace compared to the EPL. Arguably one of the more consistent wingers in Serie A Cuadrado hardly even managed to make couple of runs with the ball in the EPL. Compared to that, Pogba has done remarkably well settling in and no doubt will be improving next season.

His charisma and professionalism adds another dimension to the squad. He may be late to training (as per Rashford) but he is still one of the fittest players in the squad. He seems to get on very well even with opposition players and thats not something that can be said about a lot of players these days.
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I don't think its right to expect more from Lingard, He plays pretty hard and is probably touching his ceiling, he is a squad player and probably not as naturally gifted as some other youngsters.
On the other hand, Martial is so far away from his best that he can't even make the team based on what he is providing currently and he is gifted enough to be our best player if he gets anywhere close to reaching his best. I am starting to worry for him now.
Yes, you're right. Lingard's play has been positive and he has been relatively clinical. Martial definitely needs to find it within himself to be the best right now. And totally agree Vaaz. I think the preseason limbo affected his game quite a bit, I hope United's training next summer will be very rewarding and more serious.
lol @vaaz - more than goals and assists - because he doesn't bring many of those, he better.
any updates on Rojo's injury?
Looks like Zlatans season is done. f**k.
If reports are true he could be out until January.. assuming he signed the extension.
Bloody hell.. torn ACL at this age it's tough to see him make a full recovery, he was already losing his pace and finishing touch. What a huge blow
I won't be surprised if he decides to call it a day soon
It's the same injury falcao suffered when he had that huge dip in form.. Hope for a good recovery for ibra
I'm kind of annoyed how well falcao has played this season. he was a bust for us and chelsea but he's flying in europe and france this season. glad to see him fit, annoyed it didn't work out for us.

also good to see the manager praise shaw, who played the last 30 minutes with a cramp so we could change zlatan. he looked leaner and fresher too, hopefully he kicks on from here and becomes the player we know he can.. he was great yesterday, unlucky not to get an assist.

http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/10844547/jose-mourinho-praises-luke-shaws-attitude-and-marcus-rashford-after-man-utd-win
Good for Luke Shaw, its sometimes easily forgotten that the lad went through such a horrible disaster and has come back from that. So many players never recover from that sort of premeditated attempt to injure him. Took his time but hopefully this is a new start for him
Glad Mou trusted him for the game.
Falcao needs to be fed. Monaco is currently playing a very fluid attacking system with multiple attackers who are very skilled. Falcao is getting fed as well getting freedom to do his thing. At united you guys play point man and the pressure is immense.

I have a new found respect for these players after visiting the stadiums lol. I don't know how anybody can't get stage fright in front of 75000 fans shouting at the top of their lungs.
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sorry franky, he was awful here, he couldnt control the ball, he missed tons of sitters. it wasnt our system, he was not fit, and not sharp. he had the same struggles at chelsea, scored 1 goal all season. you cant tell me chelsea and united didnt create enough chances for him to score, he was just poor.
he was terrible for colombia too but ok, it was our system's fault.
Beware of aspas 😈😂
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You mean the 4th top scorer in La Liga? Thanks for the tip! lol
the liverpool legend! XD ..but like legend in the sense that no one ever knows if he actually played for us
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Hahaha he even had a song
Zlatan should have a striker playing ahead of him while he plays as a no.10. We all know how he loves to drop deep in the midfield and leaving us with no outlet upfront. He's injury yesterday was horrendous, reminds me of the one that happened to Zouma. So far no news on whether his injury and Rojo's injury is a long term lay off or will they make it back before the end of the season
He walked off the pitch, hopefully it just looked worse than it was. He hyper-extended his knee. It could be a sprain as opposed to ligament damage.
Yeah that's very common injury, hurts like hell when it happens but should be ok in a couple of days. It didn't look like a torn ACL or anything, he wouldn't be able to put weight on it otherwise.
Dimarzio just said hes likely ruptured his cruciate ligament.
Lol Di Marzio isnt a doctor. Unless he's gotten some info that was leaked, how would he know? If it's ligament damage, zlatan's season is done.
well hes a journalist. he just reports what he hears and most of his sources are usually correct
If it's CL, his career might be over. It's not easy to recover from CL rupture especially since he's 35
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sky is reporting it as well.. ibra might miss the rest of the season... splendid.

well lets see if rooney can step in and earn his wages lol
Is this news out of nigeria true?! If so an absolute tragedy...about 30 Man United supporters were electrocuted due to a falling pole, many of which passed away apparently? If this is true, my heart goes out to their families, we may be rival clubs, but I wouldn't wish horrible incidents like this on any club

http://www.espnfc.com/manchester-united/story/3108739/report-about-30-manchester-united-fans-electrocuted-in-nigeria

That is terrible news. May they rest in peace.
+3
Damn
first im hearing about it, sad and horrific if true

edit:

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-39667122
Rest In Peace
My thoughts go out to their families.
Tragic.. Rip
Celta De Vigo



Good draw, second leg home and first leg away
Most of the guys didn't want it but I really wanted. :)
Same here, better than going to Lyon or Ajax

They are 10th in Laliga should beat them if we play our natural game and dont mess things up


Btw right in the middle of the draw they called out Zlatan and wished him recovery soon and hoped he would play in the games, but looks unlikely atm
I dont follow la liga mugh except for madrid derby and el classico. How is celta as a team? How are they doing in la liga? Shed some light please
I dont watch Celta that often (or at all). They do play possesion football and managed to knockout RM in the CDR
I see, thanks vaaz. Hope our lads step upto the task and get us to finals.
Celta are really strong at home, away not so much. I'm pretty sure Mou will go for a tie the first game with an away goal and try to kill the game off in the second game.
Our problem is not being able to put teams away at home. I almost had heart ache last night. Haha. I hope celta somehow goes in self destruction mode and give us two or three cheap away goals.....lol
What new hell is this?


4th May
Celta de Vigo v Manchester United

7th May
Arsenal v Manchester United

11th May
Manchester United v Celta de Vigo

14th May
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United



Safe to say if we come out of this run of fixtures with any good results we will have a good season
April 27th - City Vs United. The hell starts earlier than you have imagined :P
damn that wont be an easy tie, im pretty sure celta have beaten barcelona a few years in a row now at their home ground.
they beat barca and madrid at start of this season i think. since they are midtable they can just go all out in the Europa League
As a fan, these are the tasty fixtures I want. Manchester Derby, Europa semi final away tie, Arsenal, Semi final return leg, Spurs. I hope the players are excited to be part of this type of a run just as much as I am.

I mean, imagine we were in the Champions League right now. We would probably have Atleti or Juve instead of Celta and the rest of the fixtures wouldn't change. If we want UCL and a title challenge, then we have to be able to navigate this run of games with some level of confidence.

I know that it won't be sufficient for our 4th place hopes but I think we will get a run of 3 wins bookended by draws in those 5 games. I will take it if that happens.
While its true that the players should be excited, pragmatically looking at the fixture list we are heading into the toughest and most important set of games with 1 CB in the squad and both our top and second leading goal scorer injured. Leading the line will be a 18 year old and a 19 year old. Or a forgotten 31 year old who everyone agrees has passed it at this level. Either a full back or a midfielder will be playing at CB.
This barely inspires any confidence, especially given our performances this season.

It will once again be a toss up between the Europa and the EPL games. We wont be able to field our best teams either vs City or Arsenal or Spurs, if we want to play the best XI against Celta.

A lot will depend on Mourinho's tactical skills, he proved it versus Chelsea but he has to do it all over again. The whole season would have been for nothing, if we dont make UCL. I will definitely prioritize the Europa at this point, that has been our best bet to make UCL and even more so now as we are in the Semis. City/Spurs/Arsenal have nothing to play for except league places and will have a fully fit squad for each of those games. We cant afford any more injuries.
'City/Spurs/Arsenal have nothing to play for except league places and will have a fully fit squad for each of those games'

Pretty sure all 3 are in a cup semis this weekend.

And don't think any of those teams have had their first choice 11 fit for pretty much entire season.
Im not talking about this weekend though, after the semis only two teams will play in a final which is around the end of May. So the other teams dont have much distraction when they face us.

Spurs had some injury problems, Chelsea not so much. Arsenal missed some players throughout the season (Santi) and to not replace him in Jan was suicidal. We had a string of injuries in the last 2 weeks starting from the international break and now play the rest of the season with 1 CB and all top scorers injured.
We have played 2 games a week throughout the season where as the rest have not had any other have not had other competitions after being knocked out of Europe.
Europa in particular has 2 extra games vs Champions League fixtures, while 2 may not be much, they all add up to the overall fatigue in the squad.


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