Manchester United has had one of the worst seasons in their history with the club having one game left to the end of the season.
The campaign started with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being in charge but the Norwegian was sacked after a spate of poor results but his replacement Ralf Rangnick hasn’t done anything tangible to change the fortunes of the team.
The club’s recent outing ended with humiliation against Brighton at the Amex, with away supporters chanting ‘you’re not fit to wear the shirt’ as the game petered to a close. So how bad has the club been this season?
- United are guaranteed to finish with their lowest points total and the most goals conceded of any season in their Premier League history.
- United have conceded 4 goals on 6 occasions this season
- United currently sits in sixth place, the final Europa League spot. West Ham, (with a superior goal difference), could finish ahead of United and consign them to the ignominy of Europa Conference League football next season.
- Brighton scored a quarter of all the goals their home goals at the Amex against United last Saturday. Prior to that, they’d only scored 12 goals all season.