And so the Premier League reaches its conclusion.
This week, the 38th—and final—round of fixtures will take place before the players who have so entertained us for the last nine months take a well-deserved holiday to the Bahamas for some much-needed R&R while we run the rule over their performances.
In this instance, we will be taking a look at Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United and examine how they have performed this season.
Their campaign has been a mixture of success and set-backs—the Premier League title was won with four games to spare but failure to reach the final of any of the domestic competitions and another elimination from the Champions League means the season has hardly been blemish-free.
Mistakes have been made and new manager David Moyes will have some work to do if he is to successfully build on the following five flaws for the new term.