It has so far, been a season full of nightmares for everyone (well, except the ones who managed to distant themselves) associated with Manchester United.
After eight premier league games played, they’ve only managed to pull off two wins, drawing three and losing three, sitting 12th on the log with just two points above relegation zone.
Not a single win recorded in their last five games and two wins in their last 10 games in all competitions.
The loss to Newcastle yesterday at St. James park summed up all that has been wrong with The red devils this season.
Since beating Chelsea by four goals, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men have been strongly to score goals. They’ve played 10 games in all competitions since the Chelsea game and haven’t scored more than a goal in each of those games (7 goals in total).
Goal keeper, David Degea raised concerns over the club’s current status in an interview saying:
It is not acceptable, not just this game but the whole season. It is the most difficult time since I have been here. I don’t know what is happening. We cannot even score one goal in two games.
While striker, Marcus Rashford took to his Twitter account to voice out his own complain.
The English striker who has managed those three goals for United this season said he’s hurt, not just as a player but as a fan and that they need to channel more focus in other to exonerate the club from the dire situation they have found themselves.
Manchester United face high flying Liverpool next, and that might just add salt to their wounds.