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Galatasaray ultra sends 11-word message ahead of Champions League clash vs Manchester United



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Manchester United face up against Galatasaray in their Champions League clash on Wednesday evening and the Turkish supporters have provided a fierce message ahead of the game.

United come into the game with confidence following a 3-0 win over Everton on the weekend.

However, there is major pressure to return to England with a result due to the situation Erik ten Hag’s side find themselves in within Group A.

They are bottom of the group following three losses in the opening four games. Anything but a win would make qualification to the knockout stages complicated for the Old Trafford side.

Playing away in Istanbul comes with other challenges as well. The conditions are not set to be ideal, with the Under-19s losing 1-0 against the Turkish side’s youth side in downpouring rain.

However, it will be the crowd surrounding the team which will provide the largest test. Galatasaray’s support is known to be some of the most fierce in the world and their ultras have provided a message ahead of the game.

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They have said to their fans that there are absolutely no social media or phones allowed in the stands during the game.

“90 minutes of aggressive support. Go to war with the team!” said the Galatasaray ultra.

Despite coming out of the Goodison Park test unscathed, United will need to show an extra level of resilience at Rams Park.

“Yeah, I think it was really a team performance [against Everton] from the first whistle, how we took control in that game. Then we had a tough period. We survived it and then second half we were very proactive, very dynamic, very brave and we killed the game,” said Ten Hag.

“Yeah, we have to do similar [against Galatasaray] but to get the energy for it. But of course again in a different environment, with even more noise. We have to deal with that environment, with the situation and to make it our game.”