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David Moyes feels he got a raw deal from Manchester United

David Moyes didn’t think Manchester United “did right” by him sacking him in less than ten months on the job. Moyes inherited the defending champions and guided them to seventh place. His reign of terror at Old Trafford was a total disaster from start to finish. However, he thinks he got a bum deal. “I got the job and I expected it to be a six-year plan. I signed a six...
Via The Sports Bank
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Moyes says Man United failed to "do what was right" when he was sacked

Former Manchester United manager David Moyes believes the club failed to "do what was right" when they sacked him after less than 10 months. The Scot's succession to Sir Alex Ferguson's trophy-laden years was an overwhelming disappointment as poor results blighted his short spell at Old Trafford, resulting in a seventh-place finish which was United's worst of...
Via Fox Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Man United transfer rumors: Dani Alves, Semi Kaya, Edinson Cavani

Still a couple days until match time, so we’re talking Man United transfer rumors today. Who’s coming and going, and staying at Old Trafford? Let’s get this party started. But first, here is our projected Man United starting XI for this game. As well as the -Last Sunday in the Daily Express,  via Fox Sports Paper Chase we read: “Manchester United are the favorites to sign...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

David Moyes ready to return after Manchester United misadventure

David Moyes ready to return after Manchester United misadventure - originally posted on Soccerlens.com David Moyes has recently said in an interview with BBC that he is ready to come back to coaching after a disastrous spell last season with Manchester United. The 51 year old who was sacked after less than an year at Old Trafford said, “I am ready to return. I have enjoyed the...
Via Soccerlens
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Adnan Januzaj sets sights on becoming Manchester United's No 10

Adnan Januzaj is determined to establish himself at the heart of Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United despite being marginalised under the new manager. Januzaj emerged as a shining light amid the gloom of David Moyes’ time in charge and was rewarded with a five-year contract worth £50,000-a-week exactly a year ago. But the 19-year-old Belgium forward has yet to start a game...
Via Pro Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Moyes ready for management return

David Moyes says he is ready to return to football management following his ill-fated tenure at Manchester United last season. […]
Via Soccer News
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Louis van Gaal evaluates himself: “I am always great”

Louis van Gaal asked everybody in July to wait three months before judging him. The Iron Tulip believed his performance deserved until mid October before he deserved evaluation. Well, that time is here, so what does The Dutchman think of how he’s done thus far? ‘I am always great,’ said Van Gaal jokingly today. ‘That’s a very easy question. Thank you!” ‘How do I respond...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Pep Guardiola admits he wants to manage Manchester United

Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has launched a vicious attack on Manchester United back on September 16th, saying publicly that United can’t afford his players. Or at least his best ones. The Bayern boss also claimed Arjen Robben, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Thomas Muller don’t want to leave for the Bundesliga for the Premier League anyway. Now, a new book reveals that Guardiola...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Pep Guardiola admits desire to one day manage Manchester United

According to reports in a new book chronicling Pep Guardiola’s title-winning campaign at Bayern Munich last season, the Spanish manager wants to one day manage Manchester United. Written by Marti Perarnau the book is a behind-the-scenes look at Guardiola’s debut campaign in Munich and in it Guardiola admits to being taken with United while watching Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester...
Via Pro Sports Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Louis Van Gaal Has Exceeded Expectations After 3 Months At Manchester United

British newspapers today have begun calling out manager Louis van Gaal for statements made earlier this season that it would take three months for his ‘philosophy’ to take root at Manchester United. The Dutch boss assumed control at Old Trafford on July 15 and various news outlets have taken the opportunity to give the United manager his “three month report card”. They...
Via World Soccer Talk
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Man United pursuing Ilkay Gundogan again

Back in February it was “reported” that Manchester United had won the race to sign Borussia Dortmund’s Ilkay Gundogan. According to reports in the Sunday Star & The Sunday People. Of course that was back in the David Moyes era. The strike price was quoted at £25 million. Obviously, the move never materialized, but is Old Trafford back in now with Louis van Gaal in charge...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

David Moyes Can Begin To Repair His Reputation With European Role

“I’m ready to go”. So says former Manchester United manager David Moyes in the Daily Telegraph. The Scot is raring to return to football but this time around it’ll be on his own terms. “Picking my next job is vitally important, I’m well aware of that. I have an open mind as to what it will be and where it will be – if it’s in the Premier League or in the UK that...
Via World Soccer Talk
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Roy Keane says Man United are "years" away from winning a major trophy

Roy Keane believes Manchester United are still "a few years" away from winning another major trophy. After a disastrous campaign under David Moyes, Louis van Gaal has been tasked with getting the club back into the Champions League and was supported by six new first-team signings this summer. United sit fourth in the Premier League with 11 points but Keane, who won 13...
Via Fox Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

David Moyes Ready – Looking For New Management Challenge

David Moyes, the 51 year-old former Preston, Everton and Manchester United manager has said he is now ready to return to management, but will wait for the right job to come along. David Moyes - during his short stay at Manchester United David was fired in April after being in charge of the Red Devils […]
Via Newcastle United FC Blog
7 days ago  |  Discuss

David Moyes: I am ready to return to football after my Manchester United nightmare

David Moyes is ready to return to football and believes he is “better-equipped” as a manager after his turbulent spell at Manchester United. Moyes was sacked in April after less than 10 months in charge of United, having spent more than a decade establishing his reputation at Everton as one of the most sought-after British managers. But the Scot believes the next club to employ...
Via Pro Sports Daily
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Manchester United boss hails WONDERKID as the next Rooney

There were certainly not too many positives from David Moyes’ ill fated 10 month reign as Manchester United manager last season but one of the very few silver linings for the Red Devils under the tutelage of the Scotsman was ... Read More
Via FutnSoccer
8 days ago  |  Discuss

What It’s Like Supporting Manchester United From Australia

Supporting Manchester United as an Australian has been a difficult practice of late, given the club’s downward spiral after Sir Alex Ferguson retired after 27 years at the helm. David Moyes infamously replaced the legendary Scot, and that is when the United shambles began. Like in England and many other parts of the world, non-United supporters took this moment as the perfect opportunity...
Via World Soccer Talk
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Angel Di Maria training awes Man United teammates; who stop and stare

Angel Di Maria has a few “man of the match” to his credit already, even though he’s only been with Manchester United a short time. His stellar presence and transcendent skill set really personifies the difference between Man United under Louis van Gaal versus Man United under David Moyes.  United bought Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid for £59.7 million, a British transfer...
Via The Sports Bank
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Sir Alex Ferguson breaks silence on Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal

Sir Alex Ferguson breaks silence on Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Manchester United legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson says Louis van Gaal has made a brilliant start to his Old Trafford career. The Dutchman was appointed as the Red Devils’ manager after sacking Ferguson’s successor, David Moyes leave just 10 months into his six...
Via Soccerlens
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Sir Alex Ferguson praises start of Van Gaal regime

Sir Alex Ferguson made his first public statement since Louis van Gaal arrived at Old Trafford to succeed the sacked David Moyes. As you’ll recall, Ferguson was rather stubborn when it came to the decision to sack Moyes. He wasn’t quite ready to admit the huge mistake that he made in hand-picking his successor. But that’s water under the bridge now. What does Fergie of the...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Louis van Gaal #5 in ESPN FC Manager power rankings

Louis van Gaal got off to a pretty slow start at Manchester United, but he’s picked up the pace rather quickly. On one hand, he’s only 1 point ahead of where his predecessor David Moyes was at this time last year. On the other hand, he’s guided the Red Devils to 4th place, as of now, which would place them back in the Europe next year. Van Gaal has drawn excessive praise from...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Sir Alex Ferguson backs Louis van Gaal’s decision to overhaul Manchester United

Legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson backs the appointment of Louis Van Gaal and has backed the Dutchman’s decision to overhaul the team. Coming into Old Trafford to replace David Moyes, Van Gaal has cut 14 players, many of whom were put in place by Ferguson, and spent over $200 million pounds on new players. It’s a personnel change many assumed Ferguson would...
Via Pro Sports Daily
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Sir Alex Ferguson named second most controversial manager

Sir Alex Ferguson recently ended his feud with Wayne Rooney, but he’s still regarded as a very controversial and polarizing figure. The fact that he hand-picked David Moyes as his successor, and of course the utter disaster that ensued from that decision, only added to the very strong opinions that surround him. Let’s give Sir Alex credit though, he was tried to redeem himself...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Moyes responsible for Kagawa exit says Ferguson

Moyes responsible for Kagawa exit says Ferguson - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Borussia Dortmund have had a terrible start to their new campaign. They are currently lying 13th in the league with only seven points on board, 10 points behind Bayern Munich. Title challenge is almost as good as over before it really started. Injuries have played a part while new players are taking...
Via Soccerlens
11 days ago  |  Discuss

United players ´weak´ under Moyes – Keane

Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane believes David Moyes had a “weak dressing room” during his time at the helm. […]
Via Soccer News
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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