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Manchester United Capable Of Winning At Multiple Fronts - Namanja Matic

Manchester United Capable Of Winning At Multiple Fronts - Namanja Matic
29/8/2017

Manchester United are set to challenge for titles in all the available competitions this season, specifically the Premier League and Champions League.

Manchester United have no doubt had a good start in the 2017/18 season, winning their first three and scoring 10 goals in the process with non conceded.


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The Red Devils summer signing Namanja Matic believes the club is capable of competing and winning multiple competitions at the same time and also admitted, United had a very favourable group stage draw.


The Serb, in the International training base for their qualifier against Moldova and Ireland said “Winning the Premier League title will be a tough task not just for us but for everyone because there are five or six realistic contenders.

”But we all know that Manchester United are expected to win every game. As far as the Champions League is concerned, we’ve had a favourable draw and we are hopeful of still being in the competition in the latter stages.

”The 2-1 UEFA Supercup defeat against Champions League holders Real Madrid was a good test of our credentials to slug it out with Europe’s best.

“We were outplayed but that was a one-off while the Champions League is a competition where you face different rivals in every round.”
Namanja Matic has had a great start this season with Europa League champions Manchester United having joined on £40m fee and feels he had no trouble fitting into the Squad.

“At the age of 29 I am an experienced player and at that stage of my career I shouldn’t need too much time to adapt. Matic said.
”I knew many of United’s players from before as I’ve played against them quite a few times so I had a pretty good idea what I was walking into.

“The team helped me adapt quickly, they treated me like one of their own in the dressing-room from the very first day. We’ve made a pretty good start in the Premier League but it’s a long season and we will see how it goes.”
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