Manchester United’s 1999 treble-winning team will always be considered one of the greatest sides ever assembled in the Premier League.
The Red Devils achieved an unparalleled feat by winning the FA Cup, Premier League and Champions League in the same season.
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However, despite the fact that they were so successful, there are question marks over whether or not their accomplishments could be replicated if they were around today, due to the ‘super team’ era created by Manchester City and arguably Liverpool.
Liverpool and Manchester City both achieved higher point tallies last term than the 1999 Man United team did in that season.
Inevitably, the question was put to ESPN’s pundits whether or not Sir Alex Ferguson’s treble winners would win the Premier League if they were still around, and Mark Ogden had the burden of coming up with an answer.
Ogden believes that United would still be right up there if that crop of players were playing today, but he states that it would be a three-way title race between the Red Devils, Liverpool and City.
However, it is worth bearing in mind that the pundit was stood outside Old Trafford while answering this question, it is also thought that Ogden is a United supporter, so there may have been bit of bias in his answer.