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Manchester United are preparing for their opening Champions League clash against Young Boys. Since they are grouped with Juventus and Valencia, it is necessary for the Red Devils to bag three points against the Swiss opponents.

United beat Watford and Burnley to restore some confidence. Yet some fans aren’t sure of our Champions League progress.

Last season was a bit of a disaster as we got knocked out by Sevilla in the Round of 16. Our performance was horrible as the Spanish side beat us 2-1 at Old Trafford to progress.

For that reason, the scepticism is palpable ahead of our European adventure this time.

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