Manchester United have had arguably their worst ever season in the Premier League era.
Jose Mourinho completely lost the players towards the end of the spell.
He was replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the club enjoyed a mini resurgence.
However, the honeymoon period eventually wore off, and United would endure a terrible end to the season.
United eventually finished in sixth with just 66 points, five points off the top four.
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They also failed to win any silverware.
Despite the underwhelming season, United fans continued to back their team.
It seems the vast majority back Solskjaer and they have to be credited for sticking by the club.
After United's 2-0 loss to Cardiff at Old Trafford on the last day of the season, Solskjaer felt the need to praise the fans after they applauded the players off the pitch.
"We're not a club which should end up sixth," Solskjaer told Sky Sports.
"That's where we are at the moment, but we're ready for it, the fans, supporters today too.
"It's near embarrassing when you walk off the pitch clapping them and get the support we have. That's the base of this club, the foundation is so great, we'll come back again."
And the fans have shown once again that the club going through a rough period has no impact on the support they give.
Old Trafford is the biggest stadium in the Premier League with a capacity of 76,000.
52,000 of those are season ticket holders and, according to the Daily Mail, United have sold out of season tickets in record time.
Fair play to United fans. The club is at possibly it's lowest point in the last 30 years.
But the club's fans are willing to stick by them through thick and thin as they try to return to the top of English football once again.
United fans could return to a slightly different Old Trafford next season.
Old Trafford will undergo a £3m facelift this summer, with United planning on replacing every seat at the 75,000-venue in the next five years amid claims it has fallen behind the standards set by other stadia in the top flight.
The club are also considering surrounding the away end with netting after recent problems with projectiles being hurled at visiting fans.News Now - Sport News