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8 teams who saw their seasons ruined by international breaks

by Jon Spurling @https://twitter.com/@JonSpurling1 Published 5 min ago We are part of The Trust Project What is it? 1. Manchester United (1985/86) In the 1985/86 campaign, Manchester United won their opening 10 Division One matches (then messed it all up). A season later, though, the Red made a disastrous start by losing three on the bounce to Arsenal, West Ham and Charlton.  In part, it was a hangover from the previous campaign, when United limped home in fourth after looking near certainties to end their long title drought. However, their poor form at the start of 1986/87 was due mainly to the absence of talismanic skipper Bryan Robson, who’d dislocated his troublesome shoulder in...
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