City will win the midfield battle at Old Trafford

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This Man City phenomenon holds the key to beating Man United

Date: 25th March 2014 at 6:09pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

David Moyes will know that winning the midfield battle against Manchester City is a long shot. Following the win against Olympiakos last week, there were suggestions that we had finally seen the classic Manchester United, the one that had been replaced by a far inferior imposter for much of this season. The 3-0 win against Greece’s recently crowned champions was a morale-lifting result, but it was quite a distance from what we’ve seen from United over the years. There were scares. A better team would have put United away over both legs of the tie. Simply put, Moyes doesn’t have an individual or unit in the midfield to stem the tide towards David De Gea’s goal. Another win at West Ham on Saturday evening would have done wonders for Moyes on a personal level, and also fuelled his side for a derby tonight ... Read More

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