Five (statistical) reasons why Manchester United will not win the Premier League this season
The champions have endured their worst start in 24 years
Monday 30 September 2013
Should Manchester United go on to win the Premier League this season, they will have to do something that no team has done in 63 years – win the title in a top-flight season after losing three of their first six matches.
Here is that statistical gem, and four others explaining why United cannot retain the Premier League this season. However, as David Moyes will of course be aware, records are only there to be broken.
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