If you use social media, namely Twitter, you probably would have found several “Moyes Out!” tweets after the Newcastle defeat. With United out of the title race, the pressure is starting to pile on United’s new manager. Taking over from Sir Alex Ferguson is no small feat but how many United supporters expected Manchester United, one of the biggest clubs in the world, to be in 9th place in December after winning the league at a canter? Some supporters have already called for Moyes to be sacked. Others call for patience. Does Moyes have what it takes to steady the ship?
Doesn’t if feel good to be close to Premier League football once again? The long wait to see a new era at Manchester United is coming close to an end and in this part of the David Moyes series, I will be previewing the 2013/14 season for Manchester United and new manager David Moyes. Read the full story
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
Many Manchester United fans were left feeling somewhat underwhelmed when news filtered through that David Moyes was favorite to replace Sir Alex Ferguson. Ever since rumors began about the departure of Sir Alex the big names in football management were being thrown around from Jose Mourinho, Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola, Any of which would certainly have flirted with the thought of joining the red devils. Read the full story