Jose Mourinho, Paul Pogba and Co board plane as Manchester United travel to Bournemouth for league clash
- Man United boarded their plane on Friday afternoon ahead of Saturday’s match
- The squad were pictured heading on to the plane ahead of flight to south coast
- Bournemouth sit in sixth in the table with 20 points, three points ahead of United
Manchester United boarded their plane on Friday afternoon ahead of their league clash against Bournemouth.
Manager Jose Mourinho, Paul Pogba and Co were pictured heading on to the plane ahead of their flight to the south coast.
The squad made their final preparations for Saturday’s match with a training session earlier in the day.
Manchester United’s Paul Pogba boards a private jet to Bournemouth on Friday afternoon
United manager Jose Mourinho heads on to the plane ahead of league clash at Bournemouth
Alex Sanchez boards the plane on Friday for the trip to the south coast to face the Cherries
MAN UTD FIXTURES
Nov 3 – Bournemouth (H – Prem)
Nov 7 – Juventus (A – CL)
Nov 11 – Man City (A – Prem)
Nov 24 – Crystal Palace (H – Prem)
Nov 27 – Young Boys (H – CL)
The Cherries have had an impressive start to the season and sit in sixth place with 20 points, two places and three points ahead of United.
Following a disappointing start to the season, United’s form has improved in recent weeks with two wins and a draw in their last three top-flight matches.
‘When you are outside the top four you shouldn’t speak about the title race,’ Mourinho said.
Mourinho heads on to the plane ahead of the Premier League clash against Bournemouth
Forward Anthony Martial heads on to the plane ahead of match on the south coast on Saturday
United’s Juan Mata (L), Ander Herrera and David de Gea (R) board plane on Friday afternoon
Season at a glance
- Live tables
- Premier League
- Premier League
- League One
- League Two
- Scottish Premiership
- Scottish Div 1
- Scottish Div 2
- Scottish Div 3
- Ligue 1
- Serie A
- La Liga
‘When you are top four, which I believe we are going to be, then you can look up and see the distance.
‘You can look at the situation. At the moment injuries, suspensions, form… we’re outside the top four so the point now is to get the points we need and get there by the end of December like I expect to be.
‘We’ll be in a better position. By the end of December, the end of the first half, we are not going to be in the position we are now.’
United’s trip to Bournemouth begins a run of three consecutive away games with a trip to Juventus and the Manchester derby following soon after.
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