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Man Utd's attacking plan has barely improved since David Moyes' Old Trafford disaster against Fulham

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The last time Fulham visited Old Trafford was perhaps the nadir of David Moyes' ill-fated reign.

There was very little cunning in United's attacking plan on February 9, 2014.

But fast forward nearly five years and has United's attacking plan really improved since then?

Facing a Fulham side who were rooted to the foot of the Premier League table, the hosts swung in 81 crosses, the most in a Premier League game in eight years.

There have been some high points since Moyes made Old Trafford cross and some signs of progress as well, particularly under Mourinho in his first two seasons in charge, but this weekend the mind will wander back to the frustration of that last meeting with Fulham and whether things really are that much better now.

It might not have quite plumbed those depths but there is little in the way of ingenuity in the Old Trafford attack.

It was a dark day at Old Trafford and the writing was on the wall for Moyes from then on, if it wasn't already.
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