There’s an astonishing amount of Jose Mourinho revisionist history on Manchester United Twitter today

I really tried to do it. Knowing the response to a bland 0-0 draw against AZ Alkmaar in the Europa League wasn't going to elicit any positive action, and knowing how easily I get sucked into twitter garbage, I made a conscious decision to just ignore it all this morning. It was great! Then this …

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Christian Pulisic is getting what he deserves

Christian was left out of the match day squad for Chelsea's Champions League match against Lille Wednesday. Pulisic has only appeared once in Chelsea's last six matches, their 7-1 Carrabao Cup win over Grimsby Town, and the American media is starting to lose their collective minds. https://twitter.com/GrantWahl/status/1177973113411325952?s=20 https://twitter.com/GrantWahl/status/1178042631311564801?s=20 https://twitter.com/FOXSoccer/status/1179462607750590464?s=20 https://twitter.com/stuholden/status/1179459831440248832?s=20 https://twitter.com/MenInBlazers/status/1179462070561099778?s=20 This is all comes …

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Scott McTominay voted Manchester United’s player of the month (again) and it’s now a problem

I like Scott McTominay. He's a good solid player who doesn't make too many mistakes, knows his limits, and has a real desire to get better. Most of all he's got a fantastic attitude that all the United players should be striving for. Introduced by Jose Mourinho as a pawn in his war against Paul …

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Solskjaer’s “relegation form” has Manchester United doing just fine

One win in their first four games had people describing the start of Manchester United's season as "a horror" or "disastrous." With three wins dating back to March it was not a fun international break. Many fans were ready to turn on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with some even saying he'd would be sacked by Christmas. …

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David de Gea isn’t going to be leaving Old Trafford anytime soon

Two days ago all the reports were saying David de Gea was going to reject a new contract from Manchester United and leave for free next summer. On Tuesday The Guardian is saying he's set to sign a new one, paying him £290k a week, roughly the same as Paul Pogba. Transfer gossip is literally …

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is staying true to his word

Life in a 24/7 news cycle demands immediacy. Patience is a virtue that is no longer shared by the media or it's consumers. Everyone needs more, more stories, more content. So that only makes sense that when nothing is happening the story becomes that nothing is happening. In few places is this more true than …

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Tactical analysis: Manchester United got “Wolved”

Manchester United's 1-1 draw against Wolverhampton was among the most frustrating you will ever see and just like that all the goodwill Ole Gunnar Solskjaer built up last week is seemingly gone. "At the end of the day, this one is entirely on Ole" was a quote I heard from someone at the bar. While …

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Monday Morning Minute – It was just Chelsea

Manchester United thrashed Chelsea 4-0 this weekend. That's great for me who's been shouting at all the negative fans that this teams is good and you're all worrying too much. Having said that, it's important to remember it's only one game and this was just Chelsea. Next week's trip to Wolves will be a much bigger …

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