A new study has claimed to reveal the best Premier League managers of all time – and Sir Alex Ferguson
With just a handful of games played in the 2019/20 season, it already looks like Manchester United are destined to finish their seventh season without a Premier League title win.
The 2019 Football Writing Festival continued at the National Football Museum in Manchester on Monday night with ‘Opta Live’.
Every year that has gone by without a Premier League title win gets more concerning for Manchester United.
Having failed to qualify for the Champions League, Manchester United have accepted that this just wasn’t their season.
The race to replace Mourinho is already in full swing with former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane and Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino the early front-runners according to the bookmakers.
Watch: It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Jose walking to United… MM plot Mourinho’s potential Old Trafford route on foot
Jose Mourinho threatened to walk to Old Trafford if Manchester’s traffic problems continued so we’ve mapped out just how long that would take him.
José Mourinho was once Nuno Espírito Santo’s coach when the current Manchester United boss oversaw FC Porto between 2002 and 2004, but tomorrow the pair will stand in the dugout together as newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers travel to Old Trafford.
The new season is almost upon us, and for both Manchester clubs the target is simple – win the Premier League.
In last week’s Community Shield victory over Chelsea, Manchester City continued from where they left off last season.
The World Cup means football’s traditional summer recess seems barely to have happened, and it is just a matter of days before the new Premier League season gets underway.