Since Alex Ferguson left the executive board in 2013, it has been a tough year for Manchester United to say the least.
After getting used to the success, they are experiencing a phase of true transition, and it will be a long time before the Red Devils dominate English football again.
United have since won the League Cup, the FA Cup and the Europa League, which represents a poor return given their glittering history and the fact that they have brought silver home.
And on Sunday, during and after the 2-2 draw with Aston Villa, "Get Poch" was in the UK when some of the Old Trafford believers began to stand up to current manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
It's clear that some of the fans think Mauricio Pochettino would do a better job with this current squad, but how many of them would join the decade's squad?
The answer is just one …
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Goalkeeper: David de Gea
An absolute child's play. United's most consistent player of the last decade.
The Spaniard came to England as a young boy, but has become one of the best goalkeepers in the world.
De Gea, who signed a £ 18.9 million contract with Atletico Madrid in June 2011, has been on the PFA Premier League team of the year five times and has been named United's Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year four times.
Granted, we have not seen the best of the 29-year-old in the last 12 to 18 months, but his contribution to the club is questionable and he deserves great respect for what he has achieved, at least on an individual level. in Old Trafford.
Right back: Antonio Valencia
Valencia has twice been voted player of the year by Manchester United and also named Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year.
The change of Ecuadorian from a strong offensive defender to a defender through hard work and perseverance deserved recognition.
Valencia was also captain of the Red Devils. Because of his consistency and longevity at Old Trafford, he is always welcome at United with open arms.
Center Back: Rio Ferdinand
Which central defenders have been better than him since leaving? None.
Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Jonny Evans failed to tie up Ferdinand's boots, though it's still too early to assess the potential of Victor Lindelof and Harry Maguire – therefore neither of them can beat Ferdinand in United's Team of the Decade former United international.
The former England defender helped United win the Premier League in 2011 and 2013 and was voted Team of the Year in the 2012/13 PFA Premier League.
Center Back: Nemanja Vidic
You can not have one without the other. Ferdinand and Vidic were among the best center-backs in the history of the Premier League, if not the best. They were so good together.
Although the Serb was certainly relegated at the time he left Old Trafford in the summer of 2014, he was still an integral part of the teams that won the 2011 and 2013 Premier League titles.
In 2011, he also reached the FIFA FIFPro World XI – United reached the final of the Champions League last year.
There is no doubt that Vidic will always be remembered as one of the greatest defenders in club history.
Left-back: Patrice Evra
A true cult hero. His colorful personality, his positive attitude, his humor and his consistency in a United jersey make this position a relatively easy choice.
Evra launched less than 33 Premier League games in each of the four campaigns that began this decade, underscoring its reliability. He won two Premier League titles and rose to a total of five.
Central midfield: Ryan Giggs
Giggs' career has moved from a bomb attack on a measured midfielder to this decade and thus secured his place in this team.
In the season 2010/11 he experienced his boom in his new role. The then 37-year-old sent United on the way to the Champions League semi-final victory at Schalke with a clever finish.
He also scored a last-minute winner in Norwich at the age of 38.
Giggs was named on the starting lineup by Sir Alex Ferguson for the Champions League final against Barcelona at Wembley and provided Wayne Rooney with a superb leveling assistant during the night, and although such night scenarios were not on plan a million miles away current page.
Central midfield: Paul Scholes
Quite simply, Scholes is one of the biggest midfielders who ever played the game. While enjoying only swan song during this time, he is just too good to get away from this side.
Scholes put on his boots at the end of the 2010/11 season, but returned to the side of the Red Devils in January 2012, after he admitted he had missed the game. It was not surprising that he continued where he left off.
His contribution in the 2012/13 season had to be carefully managed, but he still played 16 times, scoring one goal. His position on his two games at United ensures his place in the diamond midfield.
Central midfield: Michael Carrick
The fact that Carricks remains in United's books speaks for itself. "It's Carrick, you know … it's hard to believe it's not Scholes." This vocals have been heard regularly in Carrick's tenure at Old Trafford in recent years.
That in itself shows how consistently good he was for United.
Carrick also won the Premier League medals in 2011 and 2013 and the 2016 FA Cup, both the Europa League and the 2017 EFL Cup, and was named 2013 PFA Team of the Year. eh.
He is currently working as first-team coach alongside Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
# 10 role: Wayne Rooney
The easiest choice on the entire list. One of United's best players and the best scorer ever. Do we have to say more?
Storm: Dimitar Berbatov
The enigmatic Bulgarian, who acquired Tottenham's £ 30.75 million in September 2008, earns a first place on this prestigious site.
Berbatov, who won the Premier League twice with United, had just under 150 appearances between 2008 and 2012.
There were so many moments of individual brilliance right from the start, nothing short of an incredible hat-trick that brought arch-rival Liverpool to the sword with a 3-2 win in September 2010.
As the winner of the Golden Boot of the Premier League in 2011, he was repeatedly named Bulgarian Footballer of the Year. He was awarded a record seven times.
Storm: Robin van Persie
A truly inspired signature of the great Sir Alex Ferguson. Robin van Persie won the 2012/13 Premier League almost single-handedly for Manchester United after ending his Arsenal shock train.
The Dutchman scored 30 goals in his first season at Old Trafford, earning a second Premier League Golden Boot.
He then scored 28 goals in the next two campaigns under David Moyes and Louis van Gaal.
Van Persie did not receive the letter he deserved after a sudden departure, but will always take a special place in the hearts of Old Trafford believers.
Managing Director: Sir Alex Ferguson
Who else?! The series winner is without doubt the best man to lead this famous site – nobody can deny that.
United's best XI in this decade