David Moyes deserved to be sacked

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Simply a matter of business at Man United?

Date: 26th April 2014 at 2:22am
Written by Chris Knight

In terms of the many disappointments David Moyes oversaw in his reign at Manchester United, a 2-0 defeat to Everton hardly ranks highly amongst them. Languishing in seventh place in the Premier League, the Red Devils latest loss may have mathematically ruled out a top four finish. But any hopes of securing Champions League football for next season had long since been dismissed as futile. Why then was the decision taken to remove the "Chosen One" now? The timing of the sacking in footballing terms doesn't add up. United had battled valiantly against an impressive Bayern Munich side to suggest that perhaps a corner had been turned. Moyes had started to get the best out of record signing Juan Mata and the club's overall form had to a degree improved. If Moyes' removal was linked to performances on the pitch, surely he would have gone a lot sooner? Logic dictates that the former Everton manager ... Read More

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