Despite a 3-1 defeat to Liverpool in the weekend league, Mourinho and the team will have a break after New Years Day. The Christmas New Years schedule will be against Cardiff City, Hudsfield, Burnmouth and Newcastle United, respectively. In addition to the FA Cup against Reading in the lower league, the next month should be able to rest assured.
Manchester Uniteds schedule for the first half of the second half of the season has been set with the confirmation of their Champions League opponents. As the calendar enters mid-February 2019, Manchester United will enter what may be the most horrible, darkest and exciting demon tournament ever. From February 12 to March 16, Manchester United will play seven games in 33 days, including two games against Paris and one against Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City. Especially from Liverpool on February 23 to Manchester City on March 16, the six games will be completed in 21 days.
From mid-February to mid-March, Manchester Uniteds specific matches are as follows: the first round of the Champions League 1/8 final against Paris on February 12, the double Red Club at home and Liverpool on February 23, the tournament away to Crystal Palace on February 26, the tournament home to Southampton on March 2, the Champions League away to Paris on March 6, the tournament away to Arsenal on March 9, and the Manchester derby at home to Manchester City on March 16. For the Red Devils, its almost a month that will determine their seasons fate, with a series of multi-line battles facing strong enemies. Look at the schedule! Just ask Mourinho if hes mad? Cool? Of course, I dont know if Mad Man will still be in Manchester Uniteds managers position until February next year. Source: Netease Sports Author: Bomber Responsible Editor: Feng Haotian_NSJS2656
For the Red Devils, its almost a month that will determine their seasons fate, with a series of multi-line battles facing strong enemies.
Look at the schedule! Just ask Mourinho if hes mad? Cool?
Of course, I dont know if the madman will still be in Manchester Uniteds coaching position until February next year.