Manchester United's home record has been nothing short of impressive throughout their storied history. According to Squawka, the 2022/23 season witnessed Manchester United achieving a remarkable 26 home wins, placing them among their best seasons in terms of home performances.
The previous record of 27 home wins in a single season was set during the 2002/03 campaign, highlighting the dominance and prowess of Sir Alex Ferguson's side during that era. It was a season that saw Manchester United establish their home ground, Old Trafford, as a fortress where opposing teams found it incredibly difficult to secure points.
Another notable season was 2010/11, when Manchester United matched their previous record with 26 home wins. This achievement showcased the club's ability to consistently deliver strong performances in front of their passionate fans.
The 2007/08 season saw Manchester United secure an impressive 25 home wins, contributing significantly to their success that year, including winning the Premier League title and reaching the UEFA Champions League final.
The success of Manchester United's 2022/23 season, with 26 home wins, can be attributed in part to the astute decision to appoint Erik ten Hag as the manager. His tactical acumen and ability to motivate the squad proved to be a masterstroke, leading to a series of impressive performances and victories at Old Trafford.
As Manchester United continues to build on their historic legacy, these remarkable home performances exemplify the club's commitment to maintaining a strong home advantage. They demonstrate the spirit and determination that have made Old Trafford a fortress and continue to instill fear in visiting teams.
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