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Jose Mourinho and Man United drift aimlessly as fan anger, frustration grows

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It is Groundhog Day again at Manchester United, whose fans are again fuming after another poor display and poor result at Southampton. The Saints are 18th, earned their only Premier League game of the season on Sep. 1 and, since Saturday, have sacked manager Mark Hughes.nfl jersey cheap wholesale china

With two points from the last three games, things are getting worse at Old Trafford as the gap continues to widen between Jose Mourinho’s side and the league’s leading clubs. Fourth-placed Arsenal are the visitors on Wednesday and, if they pick up a rare win at United’s home, there will be a revolt among fans.4

The mood at matches has soured in noticeably recent weeks. Supporters were fighting among themselves in another sell-out away end at Southampton, with bitter difference of opinions between those who feel that you should support the team during games and those who believe they are entitled to voice their disapproval after travelling five hours to witness another inept performance.wholesale cheap nfl jersey china

This is turning into a horror season. It could be saved — United could win the Champions League, just as they won the League Cup and Europa League to Jose Mourinho’s first campaign — but, while the manager should get credit for qualifying from a tough group with a game to spare, nobody thinks they are watching the European Cup winners-elect.

The manager is partly to blame for the team’s woes but so too are his players and the finger should also be pointed at the club’s star-struck, failing transfer policy.

United paid £52 million in the summer for Fred, who has started six out of 14 league games. Paul Pogba cost even more than that two years ago but his relationship with Mourinho is fractured and has been throughout 2018. The manager feels that he has to play the club’s most expensive signing, regardless of form, and Pogba often does not play well, which is a shame given his talent.

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