Breaking from top-4 tussle, Man United hosts Arsenal in cup

LONDON (AP) The priority is returning to the Champions League for Manchester United. Winning the FA Cup, though, would provide a bonus prize at the end of a first stuttering season in England for coach Louis van Gaal. Knock out Arsenal in the quarterfinals and the path to Wembley Stadium would become a lot smoother. Liverpool, which hosts Blackburn on Sunday, is the only other Premier...
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Everton-Stoke City Preview

Everton will be hoping to stop the rot as they travel to the Britannia Stadium to face Stoke City on Wednesday evening. Roberto Martinez's Everton (6-10-11) have endured a nightmare league campaign and find themselves just six points off the relegation zone with 11 games remaining - a position that would have been unimaginable at the start of the campaign. Martinez may blame bad...
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Live: High-flying Valencia take on David Moyes' Real Sociedad

Live: High-flying Valencia take on David Moyes' Real Sociedad
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Manchester United have a “good chance” to sign £30m Arsenal target

Manchester United have a “good chance” to sign £30m Arsenal target - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Manchester United winger Nani has spoken highly of his Sporting team mate William Carvalho and says the Portugal midfielder is ready to move to the Premier League. Louis van Gaal will be looking to a sign top midfield enforcer in the summer, and Carvalho is one of his preferred...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Louis van Gaal – stay or sack if Manchester United miss out on UCL?

Louis van Gaal – stay or sack if Manchester United miss out on UCL? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Manchester United legend Gary Neville says the club must not sack manager Louis van Gaal, even if they miss out on Champions League qualification. The Dutchman replaced David Moyes as United’s permanent manager and has managed to keep the side in top four despite an uneven...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Gary Neville: Louis Van Gaal shouldn’t be sacked if United don’t qualify for Champions League

Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville expects the club to stand by manager Louis van Gaal even if they miss out on Champions League qualification. The Dutchman succeeded David Moyes as United's permanent manager in the summer and despite an uneven campaign, they have put themselves in position to finish in the top four of the Premier League. Neville believes they will complete...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Manchester United: Big spending won’t bring success

Since Sir Alex Ferguson left his position as Manchester United’s manager, it is fair to say that the side has been in decline.  Many point to him leaving an aging squad for his successors and that the squad’s lack of success is proof of what a good manager he is.  Which is true, he is probably the greatest manager, ever. Any squad that lost such a vital part of their success...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

How long can Manchester United hold on to top four?

How long can Manchester United hold on to top four? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Louis van Gaal rightly says when you’re at a big club like Manchester United you have to deal with pressure, and deliver at the same time. United managed to hold on to the fourth place despite losing 2-1 to Swansea at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday. Three points separate between them...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Late Xabi Prieto strike seals win for Real Sociedad over Sevilla

A last-minute winner from captain Xabi Prieto saw Real Sociedad win a seven-goal thriller against Sevilla 4-3 to pick up their first win in four matches. Imanol Agirretxe volleyed David Moyes' side in front shortly after a quarter of an hour but Timothee Kolodziejczak headed in an equaliser just before half-time. Prieto restored La Real's lead from the penalty spot at the start of...
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David Moyes leading Premier League clubs in the race for Danny Ings

Burnley striker Danny Ings is Real Sociedad coach David Moyes’ number one transfer target, and the Scottish manager is currently leading the race to sign the talented 22-year-old goalscorer. According to numerous reports, Ings is being tracked by a host of Premier League clubs – including Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham – but Moyes has already flown the striker...
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Phil Neville: Manchester United were keen on signing PSG midfielder

Phil Neville: Manchester United were keen on signing PSG midfielder - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Former Manchester United coach Phil Neville has revealed that the Red Devils were interested in signing Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Blaise Matuidi last season. The French international has been an integral figure in PSG’s title winning campaign in the last two seasons. United’s...
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Danny Ings told to hold out for move to Liverpool or Spurs

Danny Ings told to hold out for move to Liverpool or Spurs - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Burnley striker Danny Ings has been told by former Clarets star Robbie Blake to hold out for a move to Liverpool or Tottenham in the summer rather than join Spanish side Real Sociedad. The English striker reportedly flew out to Spain to hold talks with David Moyes about a possible summer...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Danny Ings best suited to stay in Premier League, manager says

Danny Ings’ development would suffer if he joined Real Sociedad, according to his current manager Sean Dyche. Ings has just six months left until his current deal at Burnley and was photographed by a newspaper on Saturday boarding a plane to Spain, reportedly to have talks with Sociedad manager David Moyes. Dyche refused to deny that report but believes the 22-year-old striker...
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Real Sociedad boss David Moyes discusses his new challenge

Sky Sports Originals went behind the scenes at Real Sociedad to find out how former Manchester United manager David Moyes is adjusting to life in La Liga. During the twenty-two minute segment, Moyes discusses everything from the difference in officiating in the Primera Division as compared to the Premier League, to his experiences in everyday life within a new culture. He also...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Taking away to-go food; 5 soccer clubs that have clamped down on players’ bad eating habits

Former Manchester United manager David Moyes admits he put a stop to the players’ pre-match ritual of eating chips during his time at Old Trafford because some of his squad were overweight. Rio Ferdinand criticized the move in his autobiography ‘£2Sides’ last September, after Moyes had been sacked at United following just 10 months in charge. Here, Press Association Sport...
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Injury blow for David Moyes as Carlos Vela ruled out for two months

Real Sociedad coach David Moyes has been struck with a major injury blow as striker Carlos Vela has been ruled out for eight weeks. The Mexico international twisted his knee during Saturday’s 5-1 defeat to Real Madrid and was operated on earlier today. The Basque club announced that the surgery went well, but La Real will be without the striker for two months. It had been reported...
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February 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Adnan Januzaj delighted after getting 90 minutes under his belt

Manchester United midfielder Adnan Januzaj was delighted after playing the full 90 minutes against Leicester City on Saturday. The youngster has been linked with a move to David Moyes' Real Sociedad last month but was in the starting line-up for the game against the Foxes at Old Trafford. "I haven't played too much, so it […]
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February 02, 2015  |  Discuss

David Moyes reveals why Manchester United failed to sign Gareth Bale

David Moyes reveals why Manchester United failed to sign Gareth Bale - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Former Manchester United manager David Moyes has revealed that Red Devils missed on signing Gareth Bale because had his heart was set on Real Madrid. The Welsh international joined the Spanish capital club from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2013 and in his debut season...
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February 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Liga BBVA: Real Madrid crush Real Sociedad 4-1 in the Santiago Bernabeu

Flaunting its typically relentless demeanor, Real Madrid handed Real Sociedad a harsh 4-1 pounding Saturday in the Santiago Bernabeu. Even with Cristiano Ronaldo sidelined due to suspension, Madrid did not show any signs of slowing its intense form this season. Early on it appeared Real Sociedad was going to make it difficult for the merengues, as Aritz Elustondo converted...
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January 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Manchester United: van Gaal is no David Moyes

Much has been made of the faltering start to Louis van Gaal’s tenure as Manchester United manager. David Moyes, so often compared to the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson, has essentially become the benchmark in which all future managers will be judged. The critics have been swarming around the Theatre of Dreams, waiting to pounce on any misfortune the club suffers. Every game lost,...
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January 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Manucho hits late winner as Rayo Vallecano punish Moyes' Sociedad

Former Manchester United striker Manucho struck late for Rayo Vallecano to inflict a first home defeat on Real Sociedad manager David Moyes. Paco Jemez's side had been the second-best team for large periods of the game but the Angola international headed in a corner in the 81st minute to give the Madrid side a second win in three matches. The fact his side had performed well will...
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January 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Spanish FA slaps Sociedad's Moyes with two-match ban for outburst

Real Sociedad coach David Moyes has been banned from the touchline for two games by the Spanish Football Association. Moyes was sent off in Wednesday's Copa Del Rey game at home to Villarreal. He made light of his first dismissal since taking over in San Sebastian in November by leaping over a fence into the stands to watch the rest of the match before accepting an offer of crisps...
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January 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Van Gaal’s United vs David Moyes’ United: A Point of Perception

With the defeat to Southampton over the weekend, Louis Van Gaal’s Manchester United find themselves with a strange sense of deja vu. After 21 games, they have the same amount of points as last season under David Moyes. This is a point that has been written about a lot in the last week. This is no surprise, as Manchester United were easy story of last season, going from one crisis...
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January 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Why should Manchester United loan Adnan Januzaj out?

Adnan Januzaj His name is Adnan Januzaj. He wears that legendary number 11 jersey of Manchester United which was famously left by United’s legend and current assistant manager, Ryan Giggs. He was considered as one of the best young players in the world last season after his eye-catching performances during United’s horrendous season under the tenure of David Moyes. He promisingly...
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January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Dos Santos carries Villarreal to Copa del Rey quaters; Bilbao advance

BARCELONA, Spain -- David Moyes was sent off late in Real Sociedad's 2-2 draw with Villarreal on Wednesday as his side made its exit from the Copa del Rey's Round of 16. The former Manchester United manager climbed over a barrier to take a seat in the stands, where he accepted and ate a potato chip offered by a little girl while his team failed to beat Villarreal for the third time...
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January 14, 2015  |  Discuss
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