Bury have one thing over Manchester United and it’s not an eviction notice.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have somewhat struggled since “that” night in Paris, the very game that appeared to land the Norwegian the permanent job.
Five wins, seven draws and 10 losses in 22 matches. We repeat, five wins, seven draws and 10 losses in 22 matches. This isn’t the form guide of some midtable minnow struggling to stay afloat amongst the Premier League behemoths that flood the competition with cash, influence and power. This is 20-time Champions United, the side that knocks (or at least used to). Grim times indeed.
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You may or may not have noticed (though, we’re sure you have) that it’s been a long time since United won an away game, and that’s because it has; seven months long, to be precise.
To put things into perspective, in case you didn’t already realise how tragic this is, expelled League One side Bury, who don’t even exist anymore, have won on their travels more recently than the Red Devils.
I’m not saying it’s going badly, but Bury have won away from home more recently than Manchester United and they aren’t a club anymore.
— Daniel Storey (@danielstorey85) October 3, 2019