You could say Manchester United were 'ok' during the 2015/16 Premier League season.
Inconsistent performances throughout the campaign cost the Red Devils a Champions League spot and they will now have to settle for the FA Cup, provided they can beat Crystal Palace at Wembley on Saturday.
Louis van Gaal's job is under immense scrutiny, as it has been since last summer, and the lure of Jose Mourinho could turn heads at Old Trafford.
Whoever is in charge, changes must be made as the current squad simply does not have the quality to launch a genuine title challenge.
49 goals is a horrendous return considering 17th-placed Sunderland scored 48!
The development of youngsters Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard and Cameron Borthwick-Jackson was positive but some real star quality is required, especially if goalkeeper David De Gea leaves for Spain after winning the Player of the Year award for a third consecutive season.
It will be a pass mark for United this season if they can clinch the FA Cup on the weekend but things have to be altered swiftly before the Old Trafford faithful run out of patience.
MAN UTD SNAPSHOT
MAN UTD'S TOP 3
CLEAN SHEETS (leader): David De Gea 15
RED CARDS:Juan Mata 1
TRIBAL'S TOP BOY
David De Gea
Thanks for you unconditional support always! #MUFC#TheatreOfDreamspic.twitter.com/uNgDcF15sz
— David De Gea (@D_DeGea) May 17, 2016
Thanks to all our fans for your amazing support this season. Now it's time to prepare for the FA Cup Final pic.twitter.com/ZHVXNCjrUf
— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) May 18, 2016
Thanks for your amazing support throughout the season, both home & away. We'll give all to win the #FACup for you. pic.twitter.com/RzB47drbTX
— Juan Mata García (@juanmata8) May 18, 2016
FROM THE BOSS
"I want to thank you for the unconditional support. Wherever we have played, however things have gone on the field, you never let us down.
"We will bring the FA Cup home to you. You deserve it. Thank you!"
- Louis van Gaal, May 2016.
*Thanks to Opta
49 - Man Utd have ended a league season with fewer than 50 goals for only the 5th time since WWII (+ 1973, 1974, 1989 & 1990). Austerity.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) May 17, 2016