“There are no two trebles under the English sky!”

Yongjae Choi]Treble. It’s the ultimate honor for a soccer club. It means winning the league, the FA Cup, and the UEFA Champions League (UCL) in the same season.

To give you an idea of how difficult this feat is to achieve, only seven teams in European soccer have ever done it.

Celtic (Scotland), Ajax (Netherlands), Eindhoven (Netherlands), Manchester United (England), Barcelona (Spain), Inter Milan (Italy), and Bayern Munich (Germany).

The Netherlands is the only country to ever have two teams win the treble. This season, England awaits the second team in history to do so. Manchester City.

City won their third straight English Premier League (EPL) title. They also reached the UCL final, where they faced Inter Milan, and the English FA Cup final. It battled local rival Manchester United for the title.

If City were to win all three competitions, it would be the second treble in English soccer history, following United’s first in 1999.

With so much power and flow, many believe City is the favorite to complete the treble. However, there are those who will not let City win the treble. That would be Manchester United, the first English club to win the treble. The Red Devils have made it clear that they will not tolerate a second Treble under English skies.

At the center of this is their star striker, Marcus Rashford. He’s been one of the best performers this season and has established himself as United’s 토토사이트 ‘ace in the hole’. His 17 goals in the EPL are good for sixth in the league, and he’s exploded for 30 goals overall. That’s a new record for Rashford in a single season.

He led the way to prevent City from winning the treble. The FA Cup final against City will be played at Wembley Stadium on June 3.

United held its club awards ceremony on June 30, and Rashford won two awards: the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award, which recognizes the best player of the year, and the players’ player of the year award. Rashford used the occasion to express his determination to reach the FA Cup final with City.

Rashford said “It’s not just me, it’s everybody at Manchester United,” he said.

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