Too good to go down?
Former West Ham and Newcastle manager Sam Allardyce has spoken about the dreaded possibility of relegation for Manchester United if things continue not to go their way this season.
The Red Devils are currently 12th in the Premier League table, just two points clear of the drop zone after winning two of their opening matches and losing three of the remaining six.
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Following the start we’ve had to the season, Allardyce has state on TalkSport that he feels it’s “not beyond the realms of possibility” that United could end of being relegated this year.
Renowned for taking over clubs and saving them from relegation, Allardyce knows a thing or two about teams that find themselves in this awful situation. But I don’t think Ed Woodward will be calling for his services anytime soon.
We don’t think United will go down this season, but it could come as the biggest shock football has ever seen.