Phil Jones believes United should have picked up more points this season, after ending 2014/15 with a goalless draw against Hull City.
The defender told MUTV: "We probably should have picked up a few more points along the way towards the end of the season. On the flip side, the start we had to the season wasn’t good enough."
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Striker Radamel Falcao has returned to Monaco after his loan spell with United.
Manager Louis van Gaal said: "Falcao is a top professional and I would like to wish him well for the future."
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Manchester United ended the 2014/15 season in disappointing fashion at the KC Stadium – with 10 men and a goalless draw against Hull City, who were subsequently relegated from the Barclays Premier League after Newcastle United claimed the victory they needed to send the Tigers down.
Steve Bruce’s men had the better of the chances in a lacklustre 90 minutes and, while the home side rightly had two goals disallowed for offside, they were also denied by a couple of excellent saves from Victor Valdes, who made his first start for the Reds in place of the injured David De Gea. Ander Herrera had United’s best chances of the game, before substitute Marouane Fellaini was sent off for a nasty-looking challenge on former Red Paul McShane.
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Sixteen years ago today, #mufc beat Bayern Munich 2-1 to win the Champions League and complete a famous treble. One of the key members of the side, Denis Irwin, has fond memories of the unprecedented success...
"The club has got a tremendous history and tradition and has been very successful, but I think everybody remembers 1999," explains Irwin. "We had won Doubles before and our first European Cup in 1968. When I joined in 1990, we won the European Cup-Winners’ Cup straight away and the Premier League three years later.
"But I think the club has grown since then and the Treble season is one nobody can forget, particularly with the way in which we did it. Everything was in the last 10 days, when we beat Spurs at Old Trafford, beat Newcastle in the FA Cup final at Wembley and, with the way it finished against Bayern Munich... it will take some beating!"
Louis van Gaal gave his final post-match interview of the 2014/15 season after United's goalless draw with Hull on Sunday.
"They were fighting for a rescue, but we were fighting for a dream, to finish the season the proper way," the manager told MUTV.
Read the full Q&A: http://bit.ly/1ITi0Eu
Louis van Gaal's men are in action for the final time this season today at Hull, with kick-off at 15:00 BST. Get prepared by checking out our Match Centre, with videos, previews and more: http://bit.ly/1R9ugSG
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Founded in 1878, Manchester United is the most popular football club in the world. The Red Devils have won, among other honours, a record-breaking 20 English league titles, including 13 in the Premier League era. Some of the greatest players to ever play the game of football have pulled on the famous red shirt, while two former managers – Sir Matt Busby and Sir Alex Ferguson – have been knighted for their achievements at the club.