Following their Impressive summer recruits, many had hoped to see tremendous improvement in Manchester United's performance and results, but such hasn't been the case so far. Needful to say that the Red Devils who had the easiest of fixtures in the early stages of the season have failed to make the most it, one that has seen them drop valuable points where they shouldn't.
Under normal circumstance, United ought to have been riding ontop of teams like Southampton, Young Boys, West Ham United, Aston Villa and Everton, but rather what they gave the fans was three defeats and two draws. Now the fixtures are about to get tricky going forward and the question is, can they survive it?. With a trip to the King Power Stadium, White Hart Lane and a visit from Liverpool later this month, how many points can Manchester United secure or are we going to witness more disappointing results?.Shortly after the International break, United will travel to Leicester City before welcoming Atalanta in the Champions league, Liverpool in the Premier league and another trip to Tottenham Hotspurs to round up their fixtures this month, if they can improve upon their performance so far, then their chances of coming out top might increase. Having already given the supporters enough reasons to want him out, this is going to be a defining month for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and whether or not he stays as boss will be dependent on how his team produces this period.
If the campaign never started fully for the Red contingent of Manchester, it is about to do so now and whatever they do well or fail to do will to a large extent determine how they end up in the long run.
Do you think Manchester United can survive their tricky fixtures this month?
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