If many fans had their way, they would gladly opt to expunge Jose Mourinho’s time at Old Trafford away from Manchester United’s history books; especially this season.

Things took a turn for the worse with Mourinho in charge as United, the most successful team of the Premier League era, are now enduring their worst season in 28 years.

Mourinho’s final contribution to the United’s downfall hit the crescendo with the dismal display in a 3-1 defeat at Liverpool on Sunday.

Beyond the all-round bad output, Bounce Sports singles out five awful records set by Mourinho while he called the shots at United.


United's worst start to a season

For the first time in over 16 years, Manchester United under Mourinho lost two of their opening three Premier League games.

The last time United experienced something similar was in 1992-93, when they ended up winning the title in the competition’s inaugural campaign.


Biggest home defeat

Jose Mourinho hit a new low in his career on the bench as he suffered his biggest home defeat as a manager when Tottenham came to Old Trafford and won 3-0.

50th home league loss for United

Though it would always happen, Mourinho had the dishonor of being in charge during Manchester United’s 50th home defeat in the Premier League.

Personal record dented

Mourinho lost two of his opening three games in a league season for the first time in his career while at United.

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United outsiders in Premier League

United never challenged for a Premier League title under Mourinho's watch - they finished sixth in their first season, 24 points behind champions Chelsea, and though they were runners-up last term they trailed rivals Manchester City by 19.

They are already nine off the top, and five behind the rest of the 'big six', this time around.

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