Man United fan rants about Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp after Crystal Palace draw

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Manchester United fans don’t have it easy right now.

While Manchester City and Liverpool are leading the way and playing some stunning football, they are being forced to watch some seriously unattractive performances.

The latest came in a 0-0 draw at home to a Crystal Palace side who haven’t won a Premier League match since September 15.

This should have been a routine victory for Jose Mourinho’s side. But three points can’t be guaranteed in any fixture right now.

The result leaves the Red Devils in seventh place and already 14 points behind Man City.

Mourinho hasn’t failed to hide the fact that he was disappointed at the lack of investment in the squad in the summer.

But it seems that argument no longer works with Man United fans.

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A clip has emerged of an irate Man United supporter comparing just how much Mourinho is getting out of his players compared to Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool.


“You look at the levels other managers get out of players worse than what we have in our side,” the fan says on The United Stand.

“I’m talking about people like Andy Robertson who, start of last season, versus to Luke Shaw, not even a contest.

“At the start of last season, you go Mo Salah versus Anthony Martial - you’d get laughed out of town.

“Even people like Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, James Milner versus Paul Pogba. He can’t get Paul Pogba to play in this team.

“People like Jurgen Klopp are getting better performances out of James Milner than what our manager is getting out of Paul Pogba.”

He’s delivered the cold, harsh truth.

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To sum it up right now? Check out this clip of Man United supporter Mark Goldbridge, who has developed quite a following, mocking Romelu Lukaku’s first touch when he spoke to The United Stand.

Man United fans have enjoyed so much success that it’s hard to feel sorry for them if you support another team.

Many are finding out just what football’s like when things aren’t going right.

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