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David Moyes: The Tactician


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In our last piece on Moyes, we covered his playing career and how those same characteristics as a player carried through to his managerial days. We also highlighted a slight distinction between Sir Alex’s and David Moyes’ positions as players (striker and centre half respectively) which from a tactical point of view, may suggest Moyes has a different view for how Manchester United will set up in the future. Read the full story

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Valencia Injury Opens Door for Nani


It was gut wrenching to see Antonio Valencia sustain that horrific injury on Tuesday night against Rangers, not just from a literal visual point of view, but because of the knowledge that the man must currently be going through immense mental and physical anguish and pain, the likes of which very few of us can relate to. Once that thought has sunk in, there is then the realisation that we are now without our first-choice right winger, and a brilliant one at that, for a significant part of the remaining season.

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Yesterday performance is the start to keep the trophy at Old Trafford


Yesterday massive victory against Arsenal saw Manchester United reducing the points different with Chelsea to one point. Chelsea have one game in hand, but they are playing Arsenal next week and If Arsene Wenger‘ side can bounce back, we will be top of the table.

Sir Alex Ferguson got the upper hand over Wenger for the second time in the premier league this season, First time was at Old Trafford earlier this season when United broke Arsenal unbeaten run,  thanks to his tactics and Rooney-Nani super show which saw United outclassing Arsenal in their own grand. Read the full story

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