Manchester United fans were utterly disappointed with the team’s performance vs West Ham and rightfully so after the frustrating draw.
Jose Mourinho‘s men have been inconsistent all season long but their mentality has truly shown ever since Manchester City were crowned champions.
Hardly bothered to win games anymore, the Portuguese manager has tried everything to inspire his players from changing formations to giving others opportunities to shine.
City meanwhile have continued to pick up points despite not really having anything left to play for either, showing the difference not only on the table but also in terms of their attitude.
Thankfully United have now secured second place mathematically but the show that was put on was a terrible one to watch and some players have to be seriously concerned with their futures.
Reckon sticking your head in a pitch side bubble machine, then being force fed a sack of jellied eels while being suspended from Tower Bridge naked, in January, at 3am with gangnam style on a loop, would be preferable to watching West Ham 0 MUFC 0 again.
— Andy Mitten (@AndyMitten) May 10, 2018
Boring, poor game which lacked any intensity.
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— ???? Totally Man Utd™ ???? (@TotallyMUFC) May 10, 2018
Just cancel the rest of the season, not arsed just like the players – what a load of shit this season has become since the Sevilla game.#MUFC
— Captain Marvel (@AnthonyTWilson) May 10, 2018
Another boring game. At least it’s not a loss, a draw secures 2nd place and now De Gea wins the Golden Glove. Other than that it’s a bit of a disasterclass drawing to a David Moyes team. #mufc
— Hesham Bilal-Hafiz (@hesham786) May 10, 2018
#mufc are so depressing to watch. Got to the point that i cant actually be assed to watch most games. We're supposed to be entertaining, I dont watch to just see us get points (can check how many points we got off an app ????)
— Chris Williams (@Chris_Willo_14) May 10, 2018
With now just one match separating the Red Devils from their hotly anticipated FA Cup final clash with Chelsea, there’s still plenty that needs to be proved.
Mourinho’s men could’ve headed into the final with a good run of form to help them try and prepare well for the occasion but instead have been dropping points left and right much to the dismay of supporters.