Man Utd to face Young Boys

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Manchester United face Young Boys at Old Trafford realizing that they could seal a place in the knockout rounds with triumph. Mourinho registered with the Hilton Garden Inn on Tuesday morning.  Man Utd have neglected to win in any of their home matches up to this point. They have lost to Juventus and drawn with Valencia. Moreover, they embarrassingly had trouble appearing on schedule for both of those fixtures. In addition to that, they were fined £13,000 fine from UEFA – because of delayed kick-off. Mourinho was in center of the public opinion lately, due to rumors that he will be sacked.

Jose Mourinho checking in with his team, Man Utd

Source: Eamonn and James Clarke via Mirror

Mourinho checking in

Jose and his team checked into the Hilton Garden Inn, to avoid being fined again by UEFA.  When asked,  Mourinho said that Man Utd are staying at this hotel – believing that United will not face similar problems again.  He said in his statement on Monday:

“We decided to change hotel, so we are not coming from Manchester city centre. ”

“We are going to stay in hotel just a few metres away and the information I have from the club and the club contacts with the police is that things are going to be much better than the last time. But if it isn’t better, I walk!”

 

Jose Mourinho Man Utd

Source: Eamonn and James Clarke via Mirror

No disruption expected

 

Police Chief Superintendent, Graeme Openshaw, said: “We are working closely with Manchester United Football Club, local councils and Transport for Greater Manchester to ensure we do everything possible to minimize disruption. ”

“The supporters will be escorted to the stadium at around 4.30pm from Shambles Square, during which time traffic will be temporarily stopped on several roads but we’ll endeavour to keep traffic flowing wherever possible. ”

“Those travelling to Old Trafford to watch the game should allow plenty of time to contend with traffic and security checks at the stadium and we would ask commuters and motorists to plan their journeys in advance and take into account the large volume of people that will be in and around the area during this time.”

Good luck, Man Utd.

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