Manchester United are the most successful side in Premier League history, with a record 13 titles during the league’s 24-year history. Will United, having not won the title since 2012-13, extend their drought, or will Jose Mourinho get things right at Old Trafford? Manchester United are one of the biggest clubs in the world and play their home games at the 76,000 capacity Old Trafford, the largest stadium in English club football. Mourinho will be happy with his first season in charge of United after they won the Europa League and League Cup.
It is in the hallowed ‘Theatre of Dreams’ that some of the most memorable moments in Premier League history have occurred, such as United winning their maiden Premier League title in 1993, 26 years after their previous victory in 1968.
The club’s history of coming back from adversity stems from the Munich Air Tragedy in 1958, in which the lives of many of Sir Matt Busby’s famous ‘Busby Babes’ were lost. Then-manager Busby was on the plane that crashed upon take-off, killing so many great young players such as Duncan Edwards. Sir Bobby Charlton, who still has the most Manchester United goals of all time, also survived that fateful day.
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Where are United in the current Premier League standings? Whether they are pushing for a top four place or the title, you can be sure that the famous United fans will be there in full voice.
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Manchester United were pegged at +500 to win the Premier League title in 2016-17. You’ll know by now that they didn’t even come close, finishing the season in a disappointing sixth place. Too many draws kept United from ever entering the title-challenge fray.
However, Mourinho’s risky strategy of putting all of his eggs in the Europa League basket paid off immensely, as United beat Ajax in the final. By winning the Europa League, United also qualified for the 2017-18 Champions League.
United were plagued by way too many home draws. Usually a dominant force at home, United struggled to find goals at key moments in matches. United had the seventh best home record, amassing 34 points in 19 games. They drew a league-most 10 games at home, most of which against teams they are expected to beat.
United made up for their home woes on the road. They tied Liverpool for the third best away record in the top flight, gaining 35 points from 19 games.
Look to back United in the FA Cup futures market and strongly consider to put a few dollars down on them making the top four in coming seasons. However, they aren’t good enough yet to challenge for the Premier League of Champions League titles.