In a recent interview with BBC, ex-Manchester United manager David Moyes questioned the wisdom of Manchester United’s massive spending in the summer transfer window. As reported by Stuff: “”They were a football club who enjoyed traditions with the way they spent,” Moyes, whose Sunderland side are third from bottom, told the BBC. “They didn’t try
Former Everton and Manchester United manager David Moyes is the newly appointed Sunderland boss: the club confirmed through a statement released to the press. The Scot takes over from Sam Allardyce who has likewise been appointed as manager, but this time for the England national team following Roy Hodgson’s resignation after a disastrous Euro 2016
“The Theatre of Dreams” coats the inside of Old Trafford, a simple quote which is all that is needed to induce the memory of celebrating League titles, and a succession of victories and startling performances. It’s hard to believe that less than a year ago, euphoria of the 20th league title in the History of
Last night must have been one of the worst of my life. I am a football fan, yes. But on top of everything, I am a staunch, unrepentant supporter of Manchester United and what the club stands for. For almost two decades, I have loved and followed the red devils and long may that remain.
David Moyes had the unthinkable task of replacing Sir Alex Ferguson. Moyes is one of the money managers in the Scotsman shadow & past glories. However, Moyes was appointed on a six-year contract with a view of continuing Ferguson’s dynasty, whilst with the aim of creating his own legacy at Manchester United. But for the
Since Sir Alex Ferguson shocked the world of football by announcing his retirement on Wednesday morning, there has been little ambiguity as to whom Manchester United wanted to succeed their most successful manager. A day later, with people still coming to terms of the prospect of a Ferguson-less Old Trafford for the first time in
With the closing of the summer transfer window and the league being temporarily disrupted by the break for international World Cup Qualifiers and friendly matches, everybody can pause for a breath after what was a manic first month of the new Premier League season. As the dust settles on yet another window of inflated transfer