The pain driving Manchester United’s supercharged WSL start

After five straight wins and clean sheets, United are determined to show they have learned lessons when Chelsea visitManchester United’s thrilling start to the Women’s Super League season, with five straight wins and five clean sheets, has put them top, with one goal separating them from second-place Arsenal. The run of the only team yet to concede has been somewhat unexpected, but should it be?This is a United squad fuelled by disappointment, driven by a desire to avoid feeling the pain that has engulfed them at the end of the past two seasons. After a maiden WSL campaign, under Casey Stoney, in which they finished fourth, 13 points off third-placed Arsenal, the regrets have been plentiful.

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