Adidas - Manchester United 2020/21 Home Football Shirt 'B.FERNANDES'
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9/10 - Very good condition, almost new. Few signs of wear.
8/10 - Good condition, used but maintained well. Signs of wear.
7/10 - Used with love, clear signs of wear such as scratches, star loss etc.
6/10 - The last dance, looks for a new owner for the last time.
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Player Name - B.FERNANDES
The 2020/21 season for Manchester United was one marked by progress under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær, although it ultimately ended without silverware despite reaching a major final.
Premier League: Manchester United finished second in the Premier League, showing improvement from the previous season. They ended up 12 points behind Manchester City, who won the league. United's campaign was highlighted by strong away performances and a lengthy unbeaten run on the road, but inconsistency at home cost them valuable points.
UEFA Europa League: The Red Devils reached the final of the UEFA Europa League after being knocked out of the UEFA Champions League group stage and parachuting into Europe's secondary club competition. They advanced past AC Milan, Granada, and AS Roma in the knockout stages of the Europa League, setting up a final against Villarreal. The final was a tight affair, which went to penalties after a 1-1 draw in normal and extra time. Unfortunately for United, they lost the shootout, with goalkeeper David de Gea missing the decisive penalty.
Domestic Cups: In domestic cup competitions, Manchester United's journey was mixed. They were knocked out of the FA Cup in the quarter-finals by Leicester City and exited the League Cup in the semi-finals, losing to Manchester City. These exits highlighted the club's ongoing quest for their first piece of silverware since 2017.
- Bruno Fernandes: The Portuguese playmaker was instrumental throughout the season, contributing goals and assists and being a leader on the pitch.
- Edinson Cavani: The experienced Uruguayan striker, who joined on a free transfer at the beginning of the season, made a significant impact with crucial goals.
- Luke Shaw: The left-back enjoyed one of his best seasons at United, providing a threat on the flank and solidity in defense.
Squad and Management: Solskjær continued his rebuild of the squad, integrating young talent with experienced players. There was a sense that the team was moving in the right direction, with a clear playing style and improved performances from the previous seasons.
Playing Style: Under Solskjær, United played an attacking brand of football, often relying on quick transitions and the individual brilliance of their forwards. However, they occasionally struggled to break down teams that sat deep and defended in numbers.
Conclusion: The 2020/21 season showed signs of progress for Manchester United, with a solid second-place finish in the league and a European final appearance. Nevertheless, the lack of a trophy highlighted the need for further improvement to turn potential into tangible success. The campaign set the stage for continued development and the pursuit of silverware in the following season.