Manchester United and Arsenal return to European action tonight as the quarter-final first-leg clashes are played. StarTimes have promised exclusive live broadcast on their channels.
Since 1972, all permanent Manchester United managers have won at least one trophy in their stint with the Red Devils.
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), the Norwegian’s only chance for success this season is the Europa League.
Today, United are away to Spanish club Granada in the first leg of the quarter-final of the second tier European competition.
If Solskjær is under pressure to do well, there is even more pressure on Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta. The Gunners are 10th in the Premier League and seem unlikely to qualify for Europe next season, unless, of course, they win the Europa League.
Arsenal will enjoy home advantage at the Emirates Stadium against Slavia Prague today and will be looking to ensure they travel to the Czech Republic with a lead a week later.
According to the payTV broadcast company, football fans will be able to watch all the best action from the exciting competition live and exclusively on StarTimes Basic Bouquet for N1700 monthly or Smart Bouquet for N2200 monthly.