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Europa League news from Monday, May 29, 2017

- Ajax fielded the youngest ever team in a European final when they played Manchester United in the Europa League on Wednesday night. The side was made up of exciting players with bags of potential and had an average age of just 22 years and 282 days. 17-year-old defender Matthijs de Ligt was Ajax’s youngest talent […]

Europa League news from Sunday, May 28, 2017

Europa League news from Saturday, May 27, 2017

- Tom Rogic capped off a historic season for Celtic by performing a teasing run to pass a couple of Aberdeen players before scoring a late winner in Saturday's Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park.The Australian has been unlucky with injuries in Glasgow, so claiming the treble-clinching strike would've been extra sweet for the 24-year-old.Copyright © 2017 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved.

Europa League news from Friday, May 26, 2017

- Three Reasons Why Manchester United’s Europa League Triumph Is Good For The Premier LeagueManchester United were crowned the champions of the UEFA Europa League 2016/17, when they trumped Dutch side AFC Ajax 2-0 at the Friends Arena, Stockholm, on Wednesday night.With the win, the Red Devils got their hands on the third silverware of the first season under Jose Mourinho, having already won the FA

- ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses Liverpool's hopes for next season.There was a solitary moment of humour for Liverpool fans after Manchester United won the Europa League on Wednesday. It was when Jose Mourinho encouraged his players to hold up three fingers, indicating United had won a treble this season.It was a tenuous claim which triggered Liverpool memories of their own treble in 2001, one

Europa League news from Thursday, May 25, 2017

- Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Manchester United’s Europa League victory gave the city a boost just two days after a devastating suicide bomb attack left 22 dead and dozens injured, claimed legendary former manager Alex Ferguson. United beat Dutch side Ajax 2-0 in Sweden — goals by Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan sealing an emotional win and a place in the Champions League next season — to

- Jose Mourinho hopes to have made the people back home in Manchester 'a little happier' after winning the Europa League. Manchester United gave their entire city a "lift" by beating Ajax 2-0 in the Europa League final on Wednesday, according to former manager Sir Alex Ferguson.United played the match in Stockholm even as their hometown was continuing to come to grips with a deadly terror attack fol

- Alex Ferguson believes Manchester United winning the Europa League was a “lift” to the people of Manchester after Monday’s deadly terror attack. Players dedicated United’s 2-0 win against Ajax in Wednesday’s Stockholm final to the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing, which killed 22 people after an Ariane Grande concert. United and Manchester City have […]

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