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Manchester United vs. Fulham LIVE STREAM (2/24/24): Watch English Premier League online | Time, USA TV, channel. Manchester United face Fulham in a Premier League match at Old Trafford in Stretford, England, on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024 (2/24/24).


The Man Utd vs Fulham live stream heralds the start of a new era at Old Trafford after Sir Jim Ratcliffe finalised his stake in the club this week. The fans may be happy, but will it have an impact on the pitch? You can watch it live from anywhere.

Despite not playing great football, Erik Ten Hag’s side has won four consecutive EPL games and are firmly in Champions League contention, in no small part thanks to Rasmus Højlund’s goalscoring form. The young forward is starting to show his ruthless streak, scoring in all of those four victories. However, he is expected to be out injured for the next three weeks.

The Cottagers are having something of a mixed season. At their best, Marco Silva’s men can play some slick attacking football, but can sometimes be lightweight and blunted by a well-organised defence. Man Utd will be without both Luke Shaw and Lisandro Martínez, giving Fulham a potential opportunity.

The Red Devils have not lost their last 16 games against their West London opponents, who have lost on 13 of their last 16 visits to Old Trafford. Current form suggests that run is not going to come to an end.

Here’s what you need to know:

What: Premier League

Who: Manchester United vs. Fulham

When: Feb. 24, 2024 (2/24/24)

Time: 10 a.m. ET

Where: Old Trafford


First it was Jurgen Klopp making the bombshell announcement he is leaving Liverpool. Then it was an exhausted Xavi Hernandez declaring his intention to quit his beloved Barcelona. This week, Bayern Munich and Thomas Tuchel made it known they’ll be parting ways.

That’s three of Europe’s iconic soccer clubs needing a new coach at the end of the season.

And that’s three high-profile soccer strategists soon to be joining the ever-growing list of acclaimed, title-winning managers out of work.

Forget the upcoming summer transfer window, when Kylian Mbappe will likely be making his move to Real Madrid and Manchester United might be initiating a squad overhaul under its new soccer leadership.

The biggest offseason intrigue might just center around the movements of a bunch of unemployed super-coaches in an unusually turbulent period at the top end of the European game.

Indeed, it’s not just Klopp, Xavi and Tuchel who’ll be without a job. The past month also saw Jose Mourinho fired by Roma, which hired an interim coach in Daniele De Rossi on a six-month deal and is expected to appoint a more experienced leader in the summer.

Zinedine Zidane is waiting for the right job to tempt him back into the game, nearly three years after the end of his second spell at Madrid. Antonio Conte, a league title winner in England and his native Italy, is plotting a comeback in the summer after more than a year away from the dugout. Former Bayern coach Hansi Flick has been out of work since getting fired by Germany in September. Julian Nagelsmann, Flick’s replacement on the national team, only has a deal through this year’s European Championship so will also be on the market.

Just imagine the chaos if Pep Guardiola announces he is done after eight years at Manchester City. Who knows, if City successfully defends the Champions League and wins an unprecedented fourth straight English Premier League, Guardiola might think he has little more to achieve.

Meanwhile, spicing things up even further is the growing status and reputation of Xabi Alonso, widely regarded as the next big thing in soccer coaching.

Alonso’s Bayer Leverkusen team has been a revelation this season and appears ready to wrest the German title from Bayern, which has won the Bundesliga for 11 straight years. That’s made him a wanted man, with Liverpool, Barca and Bayern all reportedly interested in his services. One thing’s for sure — it’s highly unlikely Leverkusen will be able to keep hold of him.

It appears to be just happenstance that three of Europe’s leading teams find themselves in the same predicament with their coaches, with three months still to play this season.

The pressures of the job have taken their tolls on both Klopp and Xavi, but in different ways. Klopp said he was worn out after such a long time (nine years) in the role — he compared himself to a sports car whose tank needle has gone down — while Xavi, who has been in charge at Barca for only a little over two years, cited mental fatigue and an “unpleasant” atmosphere at a club that has been weighed down by financial turmoil.

Tuchel is less than a year into his time at Bayern and his departure seems to be mostly down to bad results, which have raised the prospect of the club’s first season without a trophy in 12 years.

Klopp, the oldest of the trio at age 56, is the only one leaving fully on his own terms and says he won’t return to soccer management for at least a year. That would be the same length of sabbatical taken by Guardiola after leaving Barcelona in 2012.

Given the financial situation at the Camp Nou and Bayern’s struggles this season, Liverpool might be the most alluring destination. Klopp is bequeathing a deep and richly talented squad, with a number of youngsters starting to blossom. He could yet leave Liverpool as the Premier League champion, which would be some way to go out.

Man Utd will look to continue what would be an unlikely run for the top four when they host Fulham in the Premier League this afternoon. Erik ten Hag’s in-form side still may not totally convince on a weekly basis but have won their last four top-flight games in a row to move within touching distance of the Champions League qualification spots.

With Sir Jim Ratcliffe making ambitious statements off the field this week, the tide does at last appear to be turning for United. Still, it’s hard to fully trust a team who operate with such chaos, as they did when squeezing past Luton at Kenilworth Road last weekend. The fact that in-form striker Rasmus Hojlund is missing through injury, along with Luke Shaw, does weaken the hosts somewhat, with Ten Hag apparently set to hand young Omari Forson his first start instead.

Fulham, meanwhile, could push towards the top half with a shock victory at Old Trafford. Marco Silva’s side, however, are without the influential Joao Palhinha due to suspension and have a terrible away record this season, having only won once on the road.

Four consecutive wins in the Premier League have moved the Red Devils to within five points of fourth place ahead of the weekend, amid recent stutters from Aston Villa and Tottenham.

Mid-table comfort is the order of the day for Marco Silva’s men but fans will be hoping for a more exciting finish to the campaign, having won just once in the league since the turn of the year.


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