” Manchester United’s problems this season have been well publicised as they finished a disappointing sixth in the Premier League. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has his work cut out during the summer to overhaul his squad and reports suggest he is close to his first signing – Swansea’s Daniel James.

Getty 2 Alexis Sanchez has suffered five injuries this season Solskjaer can justifiably blame injuries for some of their poor performances as his squad had the most during the 2018/19 campaign. SunSport revealed data, supplied by premierinjuries.com, that show the extent of the injury crisis suffered at Old Trafford last season.

Getty 2 Solskjaer has endured a tough time since being appointed permanent Red Devils boss The Red Devils had an astonishing 61 separate injuries between August 10, 2018, and May 12, 2019. Tottenham were the closest club to them with 42 separate injuries during the same period, which makes Mauricio Pochettino’s achievement of getting to the Champions League final all the more impressive.

Number of injuries in the 2018/19 season Man United – 61 Tottenham – 42 Liverpool – 37 Huddersfield – 36 Newcastle – 36 Arsenal – 35 Cardiff – 35 Man City – 35 Bournemouth – 33 Watford – 33 Crystal Palace – 30 Chelsea – 29 Southampton – 28 Everton – 27 West Ham – 27 Burnley – 25 Brighton – 22 Fulham – 19 Leicester – 13 Wolves – 5 Liverpool were in third on 37, while the top five were rounded off by Huddersfield and Newcastle, both with 36.http://www.1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/ At the other end of the spectrum, Wolves suffered just five injuries in their spectacular season and Leicester had just 13.

Alexis Sanchez and Anthony Martial had five injury layoffs each. United’s players were out for a combined total of 1,392 days – the highest in the league. Number of days lost to injury in the 2018/19 season Man United – 1,392 Arsenal – 1,316 West Ham – 1,237 Tottenham – 1,140 Man City – 1,134 Bournemouth – 1,108 Cardiff – 1,075 Newcastle – 1,051 Huddersfield – 1,039 Southampton – 873 Watford – 853 Burnley – 809 Liverpool – 801 Crystal Palace – 777 Brighton – 770 Fulham – 714 Everton – 557 Chelsea – 466 Leicester – 461 Wolves – 88 Arsenal may have had just 35 injuries, but they came second in total days lost with 1,316 and West Ham losing 1,237 days.

Ben Dinnery, owner of Premier Injuries Limited, told The Sun: “Continuity helps to establish consistency. “And given the sheer volume of injuries United have had to cope with, it’s not surprising performances were affected on the pitch. “Players who weren’t fully fit were required to play. LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS gossip Man United news live: Dutch ace wanted as new right-back, West Ham star on radar gossip Liverpool news live: Salah ‘rejects ?150million exit’, Ajax set Ziyech price latest Man United target Dutch defender, Spurs to sell Rose and sign Sessegnon review Women’s World Cup: Netherlands breeze past Cameroon, Canada beat hapless New Zealand gesture Amazing reason Marta pointed to her boots after scoring opener for Brazil royal return AC Milan appoint club legends Boban and Maldini in new roles at the club ‘i was fed up’ The reason why Chelsea midfielder Jorginho nearly quit football latest Arsenal transfer news live: Top target ‘not for sale’, Ziyech to cost just ?30m “Chris Smalling is a good example, with a toe injury which ultimately saw him miss close to two months after weeks of pain-killing injections. “Sanchez’s ongoing issues have been well-documented while those players who were involved in the latter stages of the World Cup (Lingard, Lukaku and Fellaini) suffered injuries at pivotal points throughout the season.” ” ” Donald Cerrone was forced to apologise to fans after he retired from his fight with Tony Ferguson after suffering a sickening eye injury. ‘Cowboy’ admitted he made a mistake after trying to blow his nose between rounds – causing his eye to swell so tightly he was left unable to see. getty 3 Donald Cerrone’s eye was completely shut after his brutal war with Tony Ferguson In a fight billed as ‘The People’s Main Event’, the two lightweight title contenders traded blows in the United Center in Chicago.https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Сборная_Нидерландов_по_футболу

However, it ended in a manner which left both fighters and the watching public feeling disappointed. Between the second and third rounds, the 36-year-old tried to blow his broken nose, but it only caused his right eye to practically triple in size.

Speaking in the octagon, UFC veteran Cerrone said: “That was the fight I think everybody wanted. getty 3 Cerrone reacts after the doctors entered the octagon and called off the bout in Chicago “I’m so sorry. I don’t quit. I don’t back down. “Man, I just wanted to keep fighting.

I was just asking, ‘Can you just push the air back down?’ That’s all I wanted. “You’re right, I shouldn’t have blown my nose. “I’m a veteran, I’m old school, and I should’ve known that. getty 3 Ferguson caught Cerrone and left him with a broken nose “But I did, and I humbly couldn’t finish the fight, and I apologise.” The rest of the card managed to live up to the hype, with Valentina Shevchenko stopping Jessica Eye with a brutal headkick and Henry Cejudo becoming a two-weight world champion by beating Marlon Moraes. Cowboy Cerrone blew his nose and his eye swell shut. Whoa. #Cowboy #Ferguson #MMA #UFC pic.twitter.com/VSPAhg2Cmn — Sports It’s What We Do (@SportsWhatWeDo) June 9, 2019 /**/ /**/ “