United have to part ways with Moyes

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Is he at the point of no return at Manchester United?

Date: 18th March 2014 at 6:32pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

A few weeks ago, Manchester United’s 2-0 loss away to Olympiakos was the nadir in a horrendous season. Scrap that now. Losing 3-0 at home to Liverpool, of all teams, when it quite comfortably could have and should have been more, is United’s lowest point this season so far. Everyone was accountable for another shocking display from the home side. Uninspired? Yes. Disinterested? Without question. You could even make a strong claim that professional pride has completely deserted most of these players considering that Liverpool were the team arriving at Old Trafford on Sunday and that even after shocking defeats and draws, of which some felt like losses, these players could have put some effort forward. The manager looks to be sending out a team who have no interest in playing for him. David Moyes will try to tell a different story; he’s regularly peddled out the idea that the team (and he himself, of course) will try their best to win the next game. But this United team aren’t stagnating, they’re clearly getting worse. Every win that United ... Read More

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