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David Moyes had the unthinkable task of replacing Sir Alex Ferguson. Moyes is one of the money managers in the Scotsman shadow & past glories. However, Moyes was appointed on a six-year contract with a view of continuing Ferguson’s dynasty, whilst with the aim of creating his own legacy at Manchester United. But for the short-term, there’s been some hiccups. The summer certainly wasn’t the finest one in Manchester United’s rich history, albeit pre-season. After losing various friendlies to Asian sides, as well as Sevilla at Old Trafford on Rio Ferdinand’s testimonial – there was problems off of the field. The Wayne Rooney ‘saga’ dragged on all summer long. Rooney was persistently linked with a transfer to rivals Chelsea, as the striker admitted he was unhappy – whilst Ferguson revealed Rooney asked him to leave towards the end of last season. Fortunately for Manchester United, Rooney stayed. But there was more transfer problems. United continuously missed out on transfer targets...
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