Three ways Manchester United have worsened under Jose Mourinho this season
There was reason for optimism at Old Trafford in August when the season got underway and for good reason too. They had appointed one of the most successful managers over the decade and brought in some world class players to excite the supporters.
The deal to bring Paul Pogba back to the club was a world record fee in the region of £89 million, while the club also signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic on a free transfer. Both players have only experienced success and they were expected to bring the good times back to Manchester United.
After a good start initially, there have been a problems piling up for Jose Mourinho and they have been cut adrift from the leading pack.
On the pages that follow, I will discuss how Manchester United have gotten worse since the end of last season.
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