- Man United second string side have been relegated
- The Red Devils' U-23's are bottom of their division
- Mourinho's United also lost to West Brom last Sunday
Manchester United reserve team have been condemned to an embarrassing relegation from the top flight of the Premier League 2 division.
Derby's win against West Ham on Monday night sealed the Red Devils' U-23's fate as it has been confirmed they will not play top flight next season.
United’s B Team are five points off safety with just one game left to play in Division One of the Premier League 2.
After playing out a 1-1 draw with rivals Manchester City on Friday United had been given a glimmer of survival hope.
However Derby’s win, in addition to Sunderland’s emphatic 4-1 victory over Leicester on Sunday, saw Jose Mourinho’s second string side condemned to Division Two for next season.
The reserves will be facing West Brom, Stoke and Newcastle, but still have Everton to play this Friday before the season officially comes to close.
United fans have been left with little to cheer in recent days, their senior players denied City the Premier League title, but suffered a humiliating 1-0 defeat to already relegated West Brom who handed the silverware to City.
But United remain in the FA Cup and need to conquer Tottenham for a chance to play either Chelsea or Southampton in next month's final at Wembley.
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