“We should be at UCL. We are Manchester United.”

“Let’s make one thing clear. We have to be in the UEFA Champions League (UCL). We are Manchester United.”

Manchester United will face Newcastle United in the 29th round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at St. James Park in Newcastle upon Tyne, England on the 3rd at 0:30 am (Korean time). Currently, Manchester United (50 points) is in 3rd place. 온라인바카라

After Match Day, European football resumes. Manchester United have succeeded in winning the English Football League Cup (EFL Cup) under coach Eric Ten Hag, but look beyond that. The rest of the season is aiming for another fruit in the league, England FA Cup, and the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa League (UEL).

This round is a trip to Newcastle, which is known for being tricky. If you lose this game, you must win as the leaderboard can fluctuate. Man Utd has big and small gaps due to injuries and discipline, but it is struggling to bring results somehow.

In the midst of this, coach Ten Hagh stimulated the players. According to the British ‘Manchester Evening News’, he said, “Money and strategy are two different things. While at Ajax, we reached the semi-finals despite having a tight budget compared to other Champions League (UCL) clubs. According to my analysis, we are moving in the right direction. You may think we are improving, but we need to improve further.”

“Let’s make one thing clear. We have to be in the UCL. We are Manchester United. I have no other opinion. I want to emphasize that you have to be in the UCL. There are two ways: to be in the top 4 of the EPL or to win the UEL. He said, emphasizing his return to the UCL stage.

What will the expected lineup be? Football statistics media ‘Sofa Score’ selected Boot Verhost, Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, Anthony, Fred, Marcel Sabitzer, Luke Shaw, Lisandro Martinez, Rafael Varane, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and David de Gea from Manchester United. expected to depart. Newcastle will also face off with the best lineup, including Alan Saint-Maximin, Alexander Isaac, Bruno Guimaraes, Sven Botman, and Kieran Trippier.

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