That doom-and-gloom feeling has returned at Manchester United after the Red Devils endured another woeful performance and fell to Sunderland 2-1 at the Stadium of Light.
With United now six points adrift from fourth place and all four of the teams in the top four yet to play this weekend, it's looking increasingly unlikely Manchester United will return to UEFA Champions League football.
As a result, the pressure is continuing to mount on under-fire manager Louis van Gaal.
He's "doomed" in Mail on Sunday:
In the Mirror, Van Gaal concedes that a top-four spot is out of reach. It also relays word that Leicester City's players will get a whopping £1 million party in Las Vegas if they win the Premier League:
Manchester United are "Roo-bish" in the Daily Star. Van Gaal and Wayne Rooney both vented their frustrations as they hit another low in a season of many of them. It also reports that China are interested in luring Marouane Fellaini away from the Premier League:
They're "just not good enough" in Daily Express:
The Daily Mail dubs Manchester United "Fallen Idols":