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Toto Wolff wants Mercedes to learn from Manchester United's slump

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has revealed that he has been analysing Manchester United in a bid to avoid the slump the English football giants have experienced since 2013. United won 38 major titles in the 26 years that Sir Alex Ferguson led the club, before the legendary Scot retired at the end of the 2012/13 title. He signed off having led them to their record 20th Premier League crown, but they have not won the top-flight of English football since then. They have gone through seven managers in the last nine years – if you include Ryan Giggs’ player manager role after the dismissal of David Moyes – with Erik ten Hag now serving as the eighth since Fergie’s departure....
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