David Moyes has not changed too much at Manchester United since taking over from Sir Alex Ferguson, according to defender Jonny Evans. Sky
Moyes left Everton to replace Ferguson at the end of last season having spent more than a decade at Goodison Park and got his United tenure off to a winning start by claiming the Community Shield on Sunday. United beat FA Cup winners Wigan Athletic thanks to a Robin van Persie brace.
And Evans – who spent the whole of the Wembley showpiece as an unused substitute – insists that only the faces have changed at the club thus far. “The only thing that has actually changed, has been the manager and the coaching staff,” Evans revealed.
“David Moyes is trying to keep as many things at the club that were set in place, it is such a big operation travel, commercial activities – everything like that is set in place – the time we get into training, everything has stayed the same,” the Northern Ireland international continued.
“Basically he comes in takes training sessions and looks to put his own stamp on the team,” Evans added. “There is a case that you have to try and impress him, but a big thing that you can’t do is change your game.
“There is a thin line between trying to over impress, but as long as you keep doing what your good at that is the same for all the lads in the squad, if the manager fancies you, he will pick you.”
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