ESPN FC’s Craig Burley has urged Manchester United’s fans to stand up and be counted rather than accepting the sorry state of affairs at their club under Jose Mourinho.
Jose Mourinho somehow survived the showdown against Arsenal without a life threatening shot, as the red devils came from behind twice to deal level against Unai Emery’s Arsenal thanks to Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard.
Shaka Hislop and Alexis Nunes of ESPN FC rank manager celebrations, including Alan Pardew of Newcastle dancing, Antonio Conte of Chelsea, Jurgen Klopp of Liverpool vs. Everton after Divock Origi’s goal, Jose Mourinho of Porto, and Luis Enrique of Barcelona.
United have successfully gone one worse than a boring Louis van gaal with the red devils currently languishing in 7th place and looking a lot less convincing with every single passing fixture.
What a bummer this must be. I know United are way up above Southampton in the league table, but still way down from where they are supposed to be and somehow Jose Mourinho gets to keep his job still?
despite not having much opportunity so far this season, the England international has raised eye brows in Turin as Juventus are reportedly interested in getting the 21 year old to make a switch from the reds devils to Juventus.
Sebastian Salazar and Alejandro Moreno respond to ESPN FC fans’ tweets about Sebi’s notepads, Jose Mourinho’s future at Manchester United and who replaces him if he leaves.
Manchester United were lucky not to completely throw the towel at saint Mary’s stadium when they faced Southampton in the weekend fixture
From a regular starter to a bench warmer, Life at old Trafford has been difficult for the Brazilian summer signing ‘Fred’, who once again had to watch from the bench as Manchester United dropped another valuable two points to Southampton in the race to finish top four.
ESPN FC’s Paul Mariner delves into the latest transfer rumors surrounding Alexis Sanchez, Gareth Bale, Isco and more.