Manchester United set unwanted record under Erik ten Hag last bettered 93 years ago

Manchester United have set another embarrassing record under Erik Ten Hag

Erik Ten Hag has been having a terrible time at the helm of Manchester United. His first season at the club was mildly successful, the team even managed to finish 3rd on the Premier League table last season.

However, this season has been an absolute embarrassment for the ‘Premier League Giants’. What started as a slow season has now gone on to be completely disastrous. The Old Trafford squad is in shambles.

As we approach January, The Red Devils are no longer in the Champions League. They have been thrown out of the Carabao Cup. Moreover, they are eighth in the Premier League table.

As the countdown to their matchup against Aston Villa begins let’s have a look at some of the embarrassing records that Manchester United have set so far this season.

They have already lost 13 games across all competitions, this is the most since 1930 and also their most recent record. The last time something of the sort occurred was 93 years ago! This must be truly devastating for the fans.

Bournemouth thrashed them 3-0 at Old Trafford, something that has never happened before. Moreover, they were dead last in their Champions League group, and they have now become the only English club to do so twice.

Manchester United play again today and fans are reportedly not even remotely excited. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)
Manchester United play again today and fans are reportedly not even remotely excited. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

This season has been nothing but a disaster for Manchester United. Something needs to change at Old Trafford and it needs to change now.

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Fans have lost all patience with the Dutchman. Erik Ten Hag and his men have to pull off something miraculous and put a win on the board tonight.

A win against Aston Villa is of the utmost importance right now. Failure could very well spell the end of Ten Hag’s run as the Manchester United chief.