Manchester United must win Europa League for Mourinho’s sake

Manchester United must win Europa League for Mourinho’s sake

Europa League Final 2017: Manchester United – Ajax

Manchester United needs to play the Champions League next year. Winning the Europa League will send Man United straight to the Champions League. However, this has been a tumultuous season for the club with many ups and downs throughout the Premier League campaign.

Nonetheless, the Europa League trophy could be the third trophy won this season after lifting up the Community Shield and the EFL Cup. Can Manchester United win a third trophy despite a mediocre Premier League season? Betfair casino is the place your bet and to play your luck for Man United – Ajax.

A loss in the Final against Ajax could be detrimental to Mourinho’s future as Man United head coach. The manager only thinks about winning the title and shares his view on the Final next Wednesday.

“The most important thing for us is no injuries and some people having a proper rest. Blind had to play 90 minutes, but the next match is for Blind to rest and we have to go like this, step by step, to rest people.

I will analyse the individual performances of the players and try to understand who can give me a little bit more for the final. Of course I have in my mind already what I think is going to be the team, but the players can influence decisions with positive or negative performances. I don’t know other clubs, I don’t know the way they think, I don’t know what is important for them, but we, Manchester United, feel it is more important to win trophies than to finish in the top four,” he reiterated after the Tottenham match. 

We know what we are doing and if we can win a third trophy [after the Community Shield and the EFL Cup] it would be magnificent for us because we know that it’s a big objective. We know that if we lose the final we won’t play in the Champions League next season. We know that, but we fight for trophies and probably other clubs finishing in the top four would like to be in our position to try and fight for the trophy.”

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