dglobalnews.com Shaw set for another spell on sidelines
Published: Wed, May 03, 2017
Sports | By Jeannette Edwards

Shaw set for another spell on sidelines

Shaw set for another spell on sidelines

"The team is in trouble, the boys are in trouble". Mourinho seeks to restrict inside information and also ensure that his players stay focused on the upcoming game.

Eric Bailly also came off at the weekend, and it will be hard for the Red Devils to take at such a pivotal time in the season with their desperate push to finish in the top four in the Premier League while also aiming to win the Europa League. It was nearly as if the Red Devils had the choice of picking another route to reach the promised land in 2017/18 in the form of Champions League football.

But one of them is destined to fail and Sigurdsson - whose brilliant equalising free-kick against Manchester United kept Hull's lead at two points - expects it to go all the way to the final round of fixtures. What's the use of the unbeaten streak then? Ozen, who's presented as a close friend of Mourinho, said his Portuguese colleague certainly wants to manage Fenerbahce at some stage of his career. "It's good for us to cancel out the point they got". All this when he had to deal with several injuries time and again.

It is always the case that a young, English player is protected by the English media when they dive on the pitch and it was no different with Marcus Rashford during last night's match.

To make matters worse for United, Luke Shaw and Eric Bailly also suffered game-ending injuries, leaving Mourinho with a major personnel crisis ahead of Thursday's Europa League first leg semi-final visit to Celta Vigo. They can still finish as high as third in the league as well.

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Securing three points over Crystal Palace in the final home game of the season would still leave United with eight wins to show for Mourinho's first season at the club.

The team has to do a lot more with the likes of Pogba, Mkhitaryan, Martial, Ibrahimovic in the ranks - you're expected to do bigger things and get silverware - agreed.

"It is like building a house in many ways", he continues. Be it his second spell at Chelsea or the one prior to it in Real Madrid.

"We're getting to the end of the season where teams are fighting for their lives and they are going to get results".

So, United fans, would you back a summer swoop for Zouma, or should the Old Trafford gaffer steer clear of the injury-plagued 22-year-old? "If you say that to him, he would argue that he would like to play a more attacking style, but he may not have the players to do that at the moment".

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