Erik ten Hag was seen as the saviour for Manchester United when he joined the Red Devils last year. In his first season, the Dutchman won the League Cup and got the club back into the Champions League, but some fans are not happy with him this season, even though United has won four of its last five matches and has a crippling injury list.
The social media world is inept at passing fair judgments, as it doesn’t have the tools to conduct proper investigations, but is capable of destroying the reputation of a person, and overturning decisions that were rumoured to have been made, writes Rasvinder Singh.
Die-hard Manchester United fan Kishen Alex Raj says the re-signing of 35-year-old Jonny Evans will strengthen the Red Devils’ defence. He believes the club can ‘give away’ Harry Maguire and still challenge for trophies this season.
Manchester City hopes to be the second English club to win the English Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League in the same season, but standing in their way is Manchester United, who achieved that feat in 1999.
Southampton’s 11-year stay in the English Premier League is about to end, but Manchester United looks to return to its winning ways.
Last season, Liverpool beat Manchester United home and away. On Monday, the Red Devils can clinch the double when they travel to Anfield.
Erik ten Hag or Eddie Howe can win their first major trophy in England as Manchester United and Newcastle battle for the League Cup.
Chelsea spent more money in January than clubs from the other four major leagues – Germany, Italy, Spain and France – combined, but it is Manchester United and Newcastle that look to be on the right track.
Manchester United players have gone from gladiators to drama queens, but Malaysian fan Dr Shantini Kulasingam believes Erik ten Hag can return the winning mentality to the team.
Erik ten Hag has won over the hard-to-please Manchester United faithful with his trademark ‘intensity in the press’ style.
Ralf Rangnick was supposed to be Manchester United’s saviour following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but results have remained indifferent, and there is a threat of a player revolt. He can use the FA Cup to stamp his mark.
Whoever comes in as the next Manchester United manager, the key area for improvement is the team’s central defence, writes former international Serbegeth Singh.
From the looks of it, the only great thing about Manchester United is their past, writes former international Serbegeth Singh.