Raphel Honigstein tells the FC panel why he thinks Manchester City's scintillating domestic form hasn't transferred over to Europe.
Nobody at Manchester United wants the club to be like it is now. Not Ed Woodward, busy with agents who represent some very fine footballers. Not the staff, many of whom are United fans from Manchester and just want their club to start punching its weight again.
Not Jose Mourinho, who defends himself and his excellent historical record against his many detractors — or "lovers" as he calls them. Not the players who are seeing their reputations damaged by being so average in relation to their vast…