For Arsenal and Manchester, Europa League is all or nothing

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By Reporter English Premier League clubs Manchester United and Arsenal return to European action among four unmissable quarter-final first-leg clashes exclusively live on StarTimes. Since 1972, all permanent Manchester United managers have won at least one trophy in their stint with the Reds. Ole Gunnar Solskjær is fast running out of options if he wants to ensure a continuation of this run in his third season in charge of the club. Having taken over from Jose Mourinho (who won the Europa League, the League Cup and the Community Shield in his two and a half years in charge) in December 2018, the Norwegian’s best chance – and probably the only chance – for success this season is the Europa League. On Thursday United are away to Spanish club Granada in the first leg of the quarter-final of the prestigious competition. Granada, who entered the tournament in the 3rd qualifying round and have already played 13 Europa League matches, are enjoying their first-ever foray into European football. They will, however, go into their clash against United as the outsiders as the Reds are currently in fine form. On Sunday Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford gave them a come-back 2-1 victory against...

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