Sacked Manchester United boss David Moyes believes that he should have been given more time to rebuild the club’s squad, according to Sky Sports .
Sky Sports News sources understand that while Moyes accepts his sacking was down to poor results and a very disappointing season - United lay seventh, are unable to qualify for the Champions League this term and are guaranteed their lowest points tally in Premier League history, the Scotsm...More
Pep Guardiola has played down suggestions that he could be set to replace David Moyes as Man United manager, reports The Telegraph.
Moyes was sacked on Tuesday morning after less than a year of a six-year contract, with Ryan Giggs taking charge until the end of the season. Attention now turns towards Moyes’ successor, and Guardiola was a name originally linked with the post when Sir Alex Ferguson departed last year – however, the Bay...More
Manchester United have confirmed that they have parted company with manager David Moyes after a disappointing first season in charge, BBC Sport has reported.
The news comes just a day after intense speculation that the Scot was about to lose his job, with the club now unable to claim a Champions League qualification place for next season. That was mathematically ensured due to a defeat at Moyes’ former club Everton last time out.
Everton Goalkeeper Tim Howard has said that Everton fans were wrong to boo Manchester United manager David Moyes on his return to Goodison Park, according to BBC Sport.
David Moyes made his first visit to Goodison Park on Sunday since leaving the club in favour of Manchester last summer.
Despite a successful 11-year stint with the club, Moyes was faced by a reception of boos throughout the 2-0 loss to his former side.
"We have bril...More
Manchester United manager David Moyes has said that he is keen on keeping striker Danny Welbeck at the club, despite rumours that the England international is hoping to leave at the end of the season, reports ESPN.
In recent days, speculation has been rife that Welbeck is hoping to leave Old Trafford to join a club where he would be given a chance to play as a central striker, having grown frustrated at his lack of opportunities to p...More
Sunday may be the first time that David Moyes returns to Goodison Park, but when he was in charge of Everton, he gave his Manchester United predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson plenty to think about in a series of entertaining matches, which included several sensational comebacks:
It was the opening game of last season and all eyes were Man Utd’s new signing, Robin van Persie. The Dutchman had to be content with a place on the...More
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