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Manchester United told 'everyone enjoys them having a bad time'

There's no doubting that it's been a rough 10 years for Manchester United. Ever since the great Sir Alex Ferguson left the club, the Reds have struggled to compete with the teams at the top of the table, and now find themselves in need of rebuilding after a severely disappointing season.

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