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Manchester United Announces 2018 Summer Preseason Tour in USA

04 April 2018, 01:16 | Kristopher Drake

Paul Pogba’s form in 2018 has been well below-par

Jose Mourinho tells Paul Pogba to explain his poor form at Manchester United

Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera is hoping they can secure second place in the Premier League - but admits the FA Cup is still "very important".

"We deserved both victories". What is important for me is, since we left first position and went to second, we stayed there for the whole season. "If we finish second we can then look to build on that". You all say the teams in third, fourth, fifth and sixth are all better than us, but they are not better than us.

France's sqaud will also contain a strong Premier League presence in defence and midfield; with Spurs Hugo Lloris, Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny, and Chelsea's N'Golo Kante all expected to play prominent roles for their country this summer.

Manchester United have announced the dates for their pre-season tour of the U.S. in the summer via their official website.

Lions split doubleheader to open conference play
Top Loyalsock hitters: Juliana Cruz 2-2; Katie Welker 3-4, 2 SB; Sam Stopper 2-3, 5 RBIs, 3 runs; Summer McNulty 3-4, 3B. Vance and Tiffany Lacy each had two hits, which included a double for each and drove in two runs to ignite Troup.

Docherty knows what it takes to succeed at United after spending five years in charge in the 1970s and he doesn't believe Mourinho has the right stuff to thrive in Manchester.

Pogba returned to United from Juventus for £89million in 2016 and won the Europa League and League Cup last season.

Instead of acknowledging Manchester City's rampant run in the Premier League, Mourinho lashed out at the critics for praising other top teams of the English than Manchester United. Because if United set up in a 5-4-1 formation at City next Saturday, the next few days will be dominate by talk of how Mourinho lacks ambition and United aren't entertaining to watch.



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