Ferguson should not have been involved in appointing his successor

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When do Manchester United say enough is enough?

Date: 10th February 2014 at 6:48pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Yesterday afternoon produced arguably the lowest point in David Moyes' managerial career, as Manchester United endured a 2-2 home draw to a Fulham side that sit at the bottom of the Premier League table. The Scot once again argued that fate had conspired against him, leaning on a series of record-breaking statistics produced by Opta to suggest his Red Devils team were in control of everything but the scoreline during Sunday's Premier League clash at Old Trafford. But Moyes will know that this is a results-based business, and the one against the Cottagers was particularly shocking. Before the 2-2 draw with the Premier League champions, Fulham had lost five of their last seven, including an FA Cup defeat to Sheffield United in mid-week, who currently sit in League One's relegation zone. Even amid such a dangerous downward spiral, it was the visitors who appeared more confident of achieving something at Old Trafford than Manchester United. Perhaps the squad were still struggling to come to terms with last week's defeat to Stoke, but that's hardly an excuse worthy of Premier League champions, or one Moyes would have entertained whilst he was at Everton. Overall, David Moyes has won just two games out of a ... Read More

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  • utd forever
    2 years ago

    Will utd sack Moyes ? I doubt it cause Fergies gonna look a right plonker, but I hope they do cause he’s not up to it

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  • utd forever
    2 years ago

    How can people compare Moyes current situation with Fergies all those years ago !! Clueless Moyes has taken over the champions

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    John Evans
    2 years ago

    Screaming for Moyes’ head, squawking louder for 7,8,9 new players. Make your minds up. Is it the manager or the players he was left?

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