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English Premier League - Historic bad season

English Premier League – Historic bad season

The historically weak season is due to the great English club standing with 58 points with one game remaining. United have never had fewer points in the Premier League season, but it’s likely to get worse:

If there was no victory in the final game of the season against Crystal Palace, the club also delivered their weakest season in points in 32 years.

In addition to the disappointing points, the team has never conceded more goals in the history of the Premier League. In 37 matches, United goalkeeper David de Gea has 56 balls from the net.

The disappointing performance means United will not be allowed to play Champions League football next season. Mark Ogden writes that the achievements of Rangnick and Solskjaer are an advantage for future United boss Eric Ten Hag.

– Breakdown can only be positive for ten hag. Rangnick and Solskjaer cut the list down so much that he probably can’t fail, he wrote on Twitter.

Despite Manchester United’s poor performance, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been defended several times after exiting in November.

– Where is the Peservern who would have sent Solskjaer off every day for so long… You hear nothing about how much better Manchester United have with a new coach now, Kjetil Rekdal wrote in Twitter.

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Managing Director: Ralph Rangnick.  Photo: Agence France-Presse

Managing Director: Ralph Rangnick. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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In 17 games this season, Solskjær has seven wins, three draws and seven defeats, while Rangnick can point to 11 wins, nine draws and eight defeats in 28 matches.

In the Premier League, the latter has a score of 1.61, which is slightly better than Solskjaer’s score of 1.42.

Table

1. Manchester C. 35 27 5 3 89 21 86
2. Liverpool 35 25 8 2 87 23 83
3. Chelsea 35 19 10 6 70 31 67
4. Arsenal 35 21 3 11 56 42 66
5. Tottenham 35 19 5 11 60 40 62
6. Manchester U. 37 16 10 11 57 56 58
7. West Ham 36 16 7 13 57 46 55
8. Wolverhampton 35 15th 5 15th 35 34 50
9. Brighton 36 11 14 11 38 42 47
10. Crystal Palace 35 10 14 11 46 42 44
11. Aston Villa 34 13 4 17 47 47 43
12. Brentford 36 12 7 17 44 52 43
13. Newcastle 36 11 10 15th 40 61 43
14. Leicester 34 11 9 14 49 56 42
15. Southampton 36 9 13 14 41 61 40
16. Everton 34 10 5 19 37 56 35
17. Burnley 35 7 13 15th 32 49 34
18. Leeds 35 8 10 17 39 74 34
19. Watford 35 6 4 25 32 70 22
20. Norwich 35 5 6 24 22 75 21