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Following their Carabao cup clash, which saw them narrowly escape an upset from 17th placed League one side Rochdale with a penalty shootout ('chaii', how did we get here), Ole's men (and children) will return to league duties with a clash against 'bad bele' rivals Arsenal on the cards. Here's all you need to know about this clash.👇 MATCH INFO Date: Monday 30th September 2019 Kick-off: 19.00 GMT (8.00pm Naija time) Venue: Old Trafford Competition: English Premier League Referee: Kevin Friend Previous PL Clashes:54, Man Utd Wins =24, Arsenal wins=14, Draws=16. Last time we met: A 2-0 win at Emirates stadium in the 2018/2019 season which saw The Gunners take revenge for the FA Cup knockout at the hands of Ole's Manchester United. DID YOU KNOW? 1. Manchester United are unbeaten in their last 12 Premier League clashes against Arsenal at Old Trafford (W8 D4 L0). 2. Jesse 'Awilo' Lingard has s

United 1 - 0 Astana: Five(5) Things We Learnt As United Kicked Off Their UEL Campaign

Manchester United kicked off their 2019/2020 Europa League campaign by welcoming Kazakhstan based side, Astana to Old Trafford. The Red Devils sealed 3points after with a 1-0 win following a brilliant goal from Mason Greenwood in the second half. Here are five(5) things #ManUtdNaijaFM learnt from the clash. 1. A PEEK INTO THE FUTURE Ole 'Ugonna' Solskjaer started the game by handing European  debuts to United academy graduates in the frame of Axel Tuanzebe, Angel Gomes, Tahith Chong, and Mason Greenwood along with Marcus Rashford. The starlets gave a good account of themselves, with Axel Tuanzebe putting in a confident display at centre back, Gomes showing United fans a glimpse of his quick thinking and creativity and Chong giving the Astana right back a torrid time. Mason Greenwood added stew to the rice with a super goal, turning an Astana defender inside out like 'semo', before slotting his shot in the goalkeeper's 'kolo&


Manchester United are set to 'carry their kaya' to the Europa League once again following their successful exploit in 2017. The 2016/2017 campaign saw Jose 'Uchenna' Mourinho defeat a young Ajax side in the final to lift United's first ever Europa League trophy. The Red Devils now look to 'cut the ribbon' of another Europa League campaign with a match against Kazakhstani side, Astana. Here's all you need to know about the clash. MATCH INFO Date: Thursday 19 September 2019 Kick-off: 19.00 GMT (8.00pm Naija time) Venue: Old Trafford Competition: UEFA Europa League Referee: Francois Letexier Previous Clashes: 0               DID YOU KNOW? 1. Manchester United are unbeaten in their last 11 Europa League games (W8, D3) 2. Manchester United have lost their last two home games in European competition. They have never lost three in a row at Old Trafford. 3. Ole 'Ugonna' Solskjaer confirmed that Mason Greenwood and

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