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Saving Manchester United: the 4-2-3-1 way forward

As an avid Liverpool supporter, generally I would not write a piece about United. In saying that, this piece needed to be written, primarily due to the spectacular fall United have endured from their perch this season, and additionally due to the recent sacking of David Moyes. 860 more words

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Manchester United: Who Fills The Void?

It’s official, David Moyes is no longer manager of Manchester United.

Beaten down by the job, Moyes looked a haunted figure during his final days at the club. 1,083 more words

On David Moyes

When Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement, I briefly touched on what the next era of management at Manchester United could have had in store. I won’t copy and paste, but I commented on the strength of the squad, the advantage of Ferguson watching in the wings and foretold that the next era would be as exciting as that of Ferguson’s reign. 714 more words


David Moyes' Great Calamity

Manchester United finally sacked embattled boss David Moyes Tuesday morning. Months of pressure on Sir Alex Ferguson’s hand-picked successor culminated in the decision, which was announced after a media firestorm on Monday, and it was a decision reached by the Glazers and the board after United’s dismal display at Goodison Park on Sunday. 643 more words

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What now for Manchester United?

A reign that begun with such promise has ended with nary a whimper as David Moyes was put out of his United misery today. Predictably, the Internet has had a field day throwing names into the proverbial hat as the Red Devils look for a new manager. 729 more words

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The Grim Reaper's Last Laugh - Adieu David Moyes [Rant Alert]

And he’s gone… David Moyes sacked from his responsibilities as the manager of Manchester United earlier today following a media boom of a scale that can only be attributed to a genuine leak from inside the club.  724 more words


On David Moyes

If a football club could embody chronic mismanagement, it would have to be the Manchester United of 2013-2014. Sadly, like almost everything else we’ve done this season (“RT to vote Wayne Rooney as your Man of the Match!”) – David Moyes’ sacking too was handled with glaring incompetence and an unprecedented gracelessness. 846 more words