Manchester United are perhaps the biggest football club in the world, boasting of a rich trophy-laden history.

And so with the Red Devils currently enduring their worst start to the Premier League in 29 years, it comes as no surprise that every media house wants their piece of the pie.

Over the past few weeks, much of the spotlight has been on the stormy relationship shared by manager Jose Mourinho and star player Paul Pogba.

After footage of last week’s training ground spat between the pair was captured by media and released for the public to see, a plethora of cameras were spotted perched at Carrington training ground on Monday in eager anticipation of another sensational story as the players went through their paces.

Rivals might be relishing watching United’s crisis unfold but the presence of so many cameras proves just how big the club really is. Hated, adored but never ignored – check out the number of cameras covering the Monday morning training session:

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  1. we are tired of mr manager Jose Mourinho tactics, we need our young academy stars too come in and play. players like angel gomes, Mr Jose Mourinho only work with finished goods. And this manager Jose Mourinho as never spend more than three season in a club in is career, so why should manchester united allow Jose Mourinho kills all our upcoming ball jugglers for defensive
    play. if manager Jose Mourinho should have messi in is club messi might play in number 4….

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