Should Manchester United Consider Starting Edinson Cavani More Often?
Manchester United is fighting tooth and nail in their 2020-2021 Premier League campaign. The Red Devils are on a three-game winning streak in Premier League play and are on top of their group in Champions League play. As usual, it hasn’t been easy for them, but Edinson Cavani certainly has been a beacon of excitement.
After a week off due to the UEFA Nations League fixtures, it’s back to the Premier League grind. We have a few juicy games on the slate this week, including the fixture between Manchester United and minnow West Bromwich. So without further ado, let’s delve into the player options for this upcoming slate of matches. I’ve broken down the selections between forward, midfield, defender, goalkeeper, and utility. Best of luck to everyone with their lineups this weekend.
What If Eric Cantona’s Kung Fu Kick Incident Never Happened?
Eric Cantona is of the greatest players in the history of the English Premier League. A majority of Manchester United supporters consider him to be the greatest player in the club’s history. His skills and accomplishments during his time at Old Trafford speak for itself, including scoring 82 goals for the club, as well as winning four Premier League titles in a five-year span.
Manchester United’s Expectations For The 2020-2021 Season
After a stressful 2019-2020 season, Manchester United is getting ready for next season. After successfully qualifying for the 2020-2021 Champions League tournament, the Red Devils can begin next season with
Manchester United is fighting to finish in the top four in this season’s Premier League to qualify for the 2020-2021 UEFA Champions League tournament. Alex Al-Kazzaz examines whether or not this is a feasible goal.