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Welcome to the Sligo Branch of the Manchester United Supporters Club, we will update you with all the latest news from the Sligo Branch of Manchester United Supporters Club.

 

Premier League: United may remain unbeaten away, now 21 games, but another 0-0 draw away at Crystal Palace on Wednesday night means it's 3 wins, 6 draws and 1 defeat in our last 10 games. That is a major rut and with City to away on Sunday it could get worse. Creating chances and scoring goals is the major concern, Matic had an effort well saved on 13 minutes which was our only shot on target, Rashford and a James header failed to find the target.

 

United remain1 point ahead of Leicester, we really need a draw between Liverpool & Chelsea.

 

FA Cup: United overcame West Ham to reach the FA Cup Quarter Finals, winning 1-0 after extra time. Making 6 changes to the starting XI United dominated the first half with Lindelof going closest with a header from a corner. The 2nd half was a more even affair and the heavywights were called upon from the bench but a breakthrough couldn't be secured. Scott McTominay slotted home the only goal of the game in the 7th minute of added time to see  United progress.

United have been draw away to Leicester City in the FA Cup Quarter Final, which will be played on Sunday 21 March at 5pm.

 

Europa League: United drew 0-0 with Real Sociedad on Thursday 25 February in the 2nd leg, winning 4-0 on aggregate. Ole played a strong side but was able to make a few changes at half time and give lads abit of a  rest. United overcame an early scare when James conceded a penalty only for the Sociedad player to miss it high and wide. While United did create a number of good chances the tie fizzled out and United won comfortably.

United will face AC Milan in the last 16 with the first leg at home on 11 March and the return trip to Milan on 18 March.

 

@MUFCSligobranch: Don't forget you can follow us on twitter for the latest news regarding all things United at @MUFCSligobranch

Branch Text Service: Regular text messages are sent to members with information regarding upcoming meetings, United fixtures, ticket available etc..

If you are a member and not receiving  these texts and would like to be included, please e-mail the Branch using the "contact us" link, confirming your name and mobile number.

GALLERY PHOTOS: If any member has a photo associated to United and would like to have it displayed in the gallery pages of this website, please bring it to the next meeting, all photos will be returned.

 

 

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For members of our Branch, and Manchester United fans in general from the Midlands, West and NorthWest of Ireland,  Ireland West Airport offers the best ways of getting you to Manchester.

With Ryanair flying to Liverpool a very regular basis, travel time and cost has been greatly reduced.

We all await the passing on COVID-19 so that we can all get back to doing what we love.

We wish Ireland West Airport every success for the future, and we as a Branch of the Manchester United Supporters Club we are delighted to have them as our sponsor.Visit their website for further details www.irelandwestairport.com

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Hotel Football is part owned by Ryan Giggs, Gary & Phil Neville, Nicky Butt & Paul Scholes. It is located a 2 minute walk from Old Trafford. It offers beautiful bedrooms with views of Old Trafford, a must for all United fans. Also on offer is excellemt food and drink.

On matchday, Hotel Football offer Matchday Hospitality packages  which includes 4 course meal, drink and a Q & A session with a United Legend, please get in touch if interested.

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The Embassy Rooms is a bar, restaurant, snooker/pool tables & night club along the Garavogue River in Sligo town.

It is also home to the Sligo Branch of the Manchester United Supporters Club.

Check it out for great food, drink & great entertainment.