Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. Another weekend passes, another draw for Manchester United, and another two points thrown away with a 1-1 away at Everton. A sixth draw in eight Premier League matches leaves the club in 6th place with over a third of the season gone, and now 6 points away from Tottenham 

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Manchester United continue to break records in the post-Sir Alex era; both good and bad ones. Yet another one occurred this weekend, when a 4th successive home draw vs West Ham happened for the first time since 1980. A 1-1 vs Stoke was an anomaly, the 0-0 vs Burnley unlucky. 1-1 vs Arsenal was 2 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. In the vast majority of football games, the scoreline does reflect the true nature of the game; if a team wins 4-0, they have been dominant and controlled everything for 90 mins. In the case of a 1-1 however, it could mean a variety of things. Either it could 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. Another 3-game week with Manchester United, another win/loss/draw. A 0-0 stalemate at home vs Burnley was followed by an abject away showing against Fenerbahce with redemption coming in the form of a 3-1 win at Swansea.   Burnley In reflection, this was just one of those days. 37 shots, 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. After an absolute shellacking in West London, Manchester United returned to winning ways by grinding out a 1-0 win against rivals Manchester City to progress to the quarter-finals of the EFL Cup. It was by no means a vintage performance, but it got the job done, restored bragging rights, 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. If you had offered Manchester United fans a point away at Anfield prior to the Monday night game, most would have taken it. A rampant Liverpool attack were scoring goals for fun, and not many United fans were confident going in. As a result the Red Devils were sure 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. At the October international break, it is normally a good time to reflect back on clubs’ starts to the season, see where they are at, and a time to assess. This is a look at Manchester United’s 2016/2017 season so far:   Premier League – 6th: 13 points (4W, 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. After a tough week for all at Manchester United, all eyes were on Old Trafford for Saturday’s early kickoff against Leicester. This was shaping up as a tough fixture as the two teams had drawn both games last year (the second game which ended up as the point which 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. A close loss at home to Manchester City was acceptable in the eyes of most fans. Losing away in Europe to Feyenoord? Frustrating, but if we win our home matches we should be fine, plus we’ve struggled away in Europe for many years. Losing away to Watford in the 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. When Bastian Schweinsteiger scored an injury time winner against Watford at Vicarage Road in November 2015, the overwhelming emotion for United fans was – ‘How good does this feel’ – late winners turning 1 point into 3, a draw into a win, and sending supporters into euphoria that had 

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The debut installment of a column about everything Man United titled “The Manchester Musings” by our very own Vishakh Chandrasekhar. Three- the number of managers since Sir Alex Ferguson. Three- also the number of goals Manchester United scored at Bournemouth to kickstart the new 2016/2017 Premier League season. Coincidence? Probably. United fans have been looking 

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