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Have United Lost the Fear Factor? A Psychological Perspective

Have United Lost the Fear Factor? A Psychological Perspective - originally posted on The struggles of Manchester United have been well documented since Sir Alex Ferguson departed well over a year ago. Many argued that David Moyes did not get a fair crack at the job, spending a significant amount less than new manager Louis Van Gaal, however I argue that it is not...
Via Soccerlens
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Sir Alex Ferguson: David Moyes’s Manchester United failure not my fault

Sir Alex Ferguson has hit back at suggestions that he is partly to blame for Manchester United’s decline, insisting it is absurd to think he left behind an ageing team and an “antiquated” club and distancing himself from the common belief that he was solely responsible for the appointment of David Moyes. Ferguson described as “nonsense” the suggestion that Moyes had inherited...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ferguson admits Moyes didn’t listen to his advice

Ferguson admits Moyes didn’t listen to his advice - originally posted on A lot has been said, discussed and written about David Moyes’s calamitous tenure at Manchester United. It started with an euphoria before anxiety and fear crept in, and it didn’t take much long for the fans to realise their “Chosen One” is completely out-of-his-depth and incapable of...
Via Soccerlens
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Sir Alex Ferguson: Manchester United Made Decision to Hire David Moyes, Not Me

Sir Alex Ferguson insists it is “nonsense” to suggest the correct processes were not followed prior to the ill-fated appointment of David Moyes as his Manchester United successor. Moyes took charge of the Red Devils in the summer of 2013 as defending Premier League champions following Ferguson’s retirement. However, by April of this year he had been sacked after a disastrous...
Via World Soccer Talk
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Moyes vs Van Gaal: First eight games comparison

David Moyes and Louis Van Gaal Twelve months ago Manchester United sat eighth in the Premier League after a turbulent start under new boss David Moyes. A year, £150m, and one more new manager later the Red Devils are just one point better off, but that’s just a snapshot of the story so far. So how has Louis Van Gaal fared in his first eight games compared to the man he replaced...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

David Moyes feels he got a raw deal from Manchester United

David Moyes didn’t think Manchester United “did right” by him sacking him in less than ten months on the job. Moyes inherited the defending champions and guided them to seventh place. His reign of terror at Old Trafford was a total disaster from start to finish. However, he thinks he got a bum deal. “I got the job and I expected it to be a six-year plan. I signed a six...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

David Moyes ready to return after Manchester United misadventure

David Moyes ready to return after Manchester United misadventure - originally posted on David Moyes has recently said in an interview with BBC that he is ready to come back to coaching after a disastrous spell last season with Manchester United. The 51 year old who was sacked after less than an year at Old Trafford said, “I am ready to return. I have enjoyed the...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Moyes ready for management return

David Moyes says he is ready to return to football management following his ill-fated tenure at Manchester United last season. […]
Via Soccer News
7 days ago  |  Discuss

David Moyes Ready – Looking For New Management Challenge

David Moyes, the 51 year-old former Preston, Everton and Manchester United manager has said he is now ready to return to management, but will wait for the right job to come along. David Moyes - during his short stay at Manchester United David was fired in April after being in charge of the Red Devils […]
Via Newcastle United FC Blog
13 days ago  |  Discuss

David Moyes: I am ready to return to football after my Manchester United nightmare

David Moyes is ready to return to football and believes he is “better-equipped” as a manager after his turbulent spell at Manchester United. Moyes was sacked in April after less than 10 months in charge of United, having spent more than a decade establishing his reputation at Everton as one of the most sought-after British managers. But the Scot believes the next club to employ...
Via Pro Sports Daily
13 days ago  |  Discuss
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