The 2017/18 campaign has begun in rather steadfast fashion for Jose Mourinho and Manchester United. The Red Devils have recorded back-to-back wins throughout their endeavours so far this season, with many of the club’s latest big money additions beginning to show their worth in front of the Old Trafford faithful.
Some have already declared the Red Devils as clear favourites for the title…
My title favs this year would be Man United. Jose always delivers in his 2nd season. Has to only overcome the challenge of a resilient Pep.
— Samir Bhatia (@SamirBhatia8) August 19, 2017
…but perhaps it’s too early to tell at this particular stage in the proceedings…
So after beating West Ham & Swansea the Premier League title has been awarded to Man United. pic.twitter.com/0jdMrU7sbI
— Graham Kingsbury (@grayjam68) August 19, 2017
Although some feel this current Manchester United squad have been subject to much overhype and undue sensation…
Why are the other teams even competing? Man United have beaten West Ham AND Swansea… Give the title to them already. #Invincibles
— Paйвэpcoн (@AnfieldAn) August 19, 2017
…no one can argue with Mourinho’s newfound attacking intent at Old Trafford…
Man united look mustard going forward. Title is theirs this year
— Joe Emerson (@JEmerson92) August 19, 2017
Whilst the Red Devils are yet to face a true test of their overall abilities this season…
People getting fooled by Man United's easy start, seen this before, they are a bang average team and won't be challenging for the title.
— King Bakayoko (@KingBakayoko) August 19, 2017
…this is a side operating in full confidence at the moment…
Forget the form. I love the confidence of my Man United team. And its leading to quality. ? #GGMU
— Ellod Richardson (@thefreshOne49) August 19, 2017
…and on the back of Jose Mourinho’s newly sourced talent over the summer…
Some serious quality in this Man United team!!
— ️Curt (@cbxn_) August 19, 2017
…Manchester United look to have finally reclaimed their place among the upper echelons of the English top-flight…
Mourinho thinking about an Arsenal title challenge… pic.twitter.com/wsxL8rCppA
— BigFootball (@BigFootballGB) August 19, 2017