Manchester United fans demand refund after worst start in 60 years

Manchester United worst start

Manchester United fans have expressed their anger and frustration after their team suffered its worst start to a season in 60 years. The Red Devils have lost eight of their first 15 games in all competitions, and are currently 14th in the Premier League table, 15 points behind leaders Chelsea.

The fans have blamed the manager, Erik Ten Hag, for the poor results, and have called for his resignation or dismissal. They have also criticized the players for their lack of effort, passion, and quality. They have accused the club’s owners, the Glazer family, of being greedy and incompetent, and of not investing enough in the squad.

Some fans have gone further and demanded a refund for their season tickets, merchandise, and subscriptions. They have argued that they have paid a lot of money to watch their team play, and that they deserve better entertainment and value. They have also threatened to boycott the club’s matches and sponsors, and to support other teams instead.

Manchester United have not responded to the fans’ demands, but have issued a statement saying that they are working hard to improve the situation, and that they appreciate the fans’ patience and loyalty. The club have also appealed to the fans to stay united and positive, and to support the manager and the players.

Manchester United’s next game is against Fulham on Saturday, November 4. The fans are hoping for a win, but some are not optimistic. One fan said: “I don’t expect anything from this team anymore. They are a joke. I might as well watch Netflix or play FIFA instead.”