Published: Sat, December 08, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

3 things learned as Manchester United draw insane game against Arsenal!

3 things learned as Manchester United draw insane game against Arsenal!

Jose Mourinho "does not know" when Manchester United will challenge for titles again and says it rests on whether their rivals are hit by Financial Fair Play rules.

Mourinho expects Fulham to provide awkward opposition, even though they have won only twice in the Premier League all season.

The centre-back has started the last nine Premier League games in a row and all five of the club's Europa League matches, his most consistent spell since joining from Bolton in 2016.

The worst was feared after Holding suffered the injury during the first half of Wednesday's 2-2 draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford and has now been confirmed.

The midfielder, who has not featured in any of United's past four league matches, has lost his place in the Brazil squad after struggling to make an impression at Old Trafford.

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Another win tomorrow afternoon would see Arsenal climb up to third ahead of Chelsea's clash with Manchester City and Tottenham's trip to Leicester so we can't pass up this golden opportunity to apply the pressure to our rivals. The best way to get at teams is to press them from the front and having all of Rashford, Martial and Lingard in your team allow you to do that.

The player felt he was the victim of both racism and disrespect because of his Turkish roots, claiming "I am German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose".

There could also be change in United's full-back positions as West Ham are lining up a January swoop for club captain Antonio Valencia, according to the Sun. We are going to look at when he can come back with us.

The 25-year-old was nearly ever-present last season before playing a key role in Belgium's successful World Cup campaign, but Mourinho rejected a suggestion that his problems in front of goal could be put down to tiredness. "Of course we are so far from the big sides like City or United".

It's a major blow for the Gunners while they are preparing for Saturday's Premier League match with Huddersfield.

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