Losing to Crystal Palace marks the end of Manchester United’s weakest Premier League season in club history.
Negative record: Manchester United has had the worst Premier League season in its club history – despite the gigantic budget of 1.38 billion euros. 58 points has never been undercut by any United team, as reported by the “Daily Star”. The 57 goals conceded are also a new negative record.
Steep downhill: After a very good start to the season, ManUnited were even traded as contenders for the Premier League title. But then it went very steeply downhill. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked in November, but interim coach Ralf Rangnick couldn’t stop the downward trend either.
It’s getting cleaned up: Now the Dutchman Erik ten Hag should make things better. The 52-year-old officially took up his post as ManUnited coach on Monday morning. With him is the hope for the return of more successful times in the “Red Devils”.
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