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Premier League: United returned to the top of the league with a 2-1 win away to Fulham on Wednesday. A defensive lapse saw Lookman burst forward into United's box and score to give Fulham the lead in the 5th minute. United responded well and shortly after Fernandes had hit the post the Fulham keeper spilled a cross from Shaw and Cavani pounced to level the scores. Pogba fired United into the lead and secured the points with a brilliant strike in the 65th minute. Fulham did push for the equaliser late on but United held on.

So United top the table at the half way mark, although Man City, who are 2 points behind, do have a game in hand.

Sheffield United at home on Wednesday is next.

click here for highlights: https://youtu.be/FomruvKJLcw


FA Cup: United progressed into the 4th round aftyer a 1-0 win over Watford at home on Saturday 9 January. Scott McTominay got the all important goal in the l5th minute. United dominated most of the half but couldn't add a 2nd. Watford looked dangerous at times but never really troubled Henderson in United's goal. 

click here for highlights: https://youtu.be/feKvWsNWcW4

United's reward for beating Watford is a 4th round tie at home to arch rivals Liverpool, a week after the two sides meet at Anfield in the league.


Europa League: United have been drawn to play Real Sociedad in the Europa League, fixtures to be played away on 18 February and the 2nd leg at home on 25 February. 


League Cup: United exited the League Cup at the semi-final stage for the second year in a row at the hands of City on Wednesday 5 January.

City scored twice from set pieces and United couldn't convert the chances at the other end.


Highlights: https://youtu.be/5WLB4skFhi8


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

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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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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.