Man Utd can win the Champions League for this reason

Lawrence Cooper
February 11, 2018

'I don't know, ' the United boss said with a laugh when asked why he could not win at Newcastle.

"So, I think the natural effect is that he will have his [new] contract and he will be a Manchester United player for years". "I think it's hard, honestly, I always felt we had lovely but hard matches".

Mark Lawrenson doesn't anticipate Manchester United encountering any problems against Newcastle United at St James' Park on Sunday afternoon.

"I feel that English football has some cultural heritage, tradition, and there are some qualities I really like in the game". The next round of the Champions League is the one I consider really fundamental. I like to go there, but I couldn't win, I lost and drew a few times.

'I hope tomorrow the result is different, but I know that the characteristics of the game are not going to be different.

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The Spaniard is correct as there are just six points which separate 11th placed Watford from West Brom who are at the bottom of the Premier League standings. "They played a weakened Huddersfield at home and fell over the line - you could not come off that pitch and say they could have won by nine, but they were efficient".

The 29-year-old Algeria worldwide has endured a frustrating spell since his £29million switch from Sporting Lisbon to Leicester 18 months ago and is desperate to reignite his career under Rafael Benitez on Tyneside. I can remember many of them, some of the best ones in the country and Benitez is another example.

"If you're asking me if Newcastle will be in then Championship next season, I say no way".

"It's important to get a call like this, to know you're wanted by a big coach like him".

Zlatan Ibrahimovic will miss the match despite returning to first-team training after a knee injury during the week, while Daley Blind, Eric Bailly and Marouane Fellaini remain sidelined.

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