Four questions Mourinho must answer before facing Swansea
In terms of results, it’s all quite gloomy on the red side of Manchester at the moment. United sit eighth in the Premier League table, behind Watford, and they have accumulated fewer goals at this stage of the campaign than they previously had under David Moyes and Louis Van Gaal.
This comes despite the fact that the squad includes £90m midfielder Paul Pogba and superstars Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who were all signed this summer.
However, in terms of performances, United have, arguably, been unlucky. Last weekend, the Red Devils smashed more than 35 shots against Burnley and still couldn’t beat Tom Heaton in goal.
On another day, United might’ve won three or four nil and people would have claimed that they were back on track but, as it is, United are eight points off first and, more worryingly, seven points off the top four.
For the self-proclaimed biggest team in England, if not in the world, that is simply not good enough.
Mourinho has a lot to answer for, and here are FOUR issues he needs to address before Swansea away this weekend…