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That result has been coming since the first game at Anfield. Look at what happened then; one nil down early on, no changes to tactics at all and first substitutions at 60 minutes. Yesterday, changes made at 75 minutes, off comes the expensive Fellani for one. Fellani, what a mistake, to be fair to the guy, hes not a utd type of player, but doesnt shine in what is a very out of sorts utd team.
When we had two strikers fit not so long ago, Moyes played one up top and left the other on the bench. On a day when they were all fit, he starts two and….plays one up top. I admire the utd fans who say stick by him and give him time/Fergie needed time etc. We are being set up negative, not playing with any width and many have commented on the lack of pace. Pace isn’t lost overnight and it seems to me a bit of confidence is worth a yard or two. Fergie built a team and justified the time it took and is a legend, but he is now in serious danger of ruining that legacy with his appointment of Moyes. Moyes inherited a title winning team and players who are just a year older, and the 50million spent on two players is having no effect at all. The big difference is that we have witnessed little to suggest that Moyes’ tactical ability is good enough to turn it around.
The regular close ups of Sir Alex’s face yesterday were interesting, but left me guessing, annoyance and dismay at seeing utd lose in such a way? Annoyance that it is reflecting on him? Frustration at not being able to get down there and sort it out?
What has been niggling me since Moyes was appointed, is what reasons did Sir Alex have for appointing Moyes? Did he, in his last couple of years go and watch Moyes manage, like you would scout a player? No. Did he feel that Moyes has been one of the best managers he had come up against? Everton had their successes against us, but i can think of others who must have been admired by Sir Alex.
Surely the utd fans who continue to back Moyes would rather see us lose a game fighting and playing the utd way? Imo he continues to set us up as hard to beat and as yesterday proved, its having the reverse effect.
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That result has been coming since the first game at Anfield. Look at what happened then; one nil down early on, no changes to tactics at all and first substitutions at 60 minutes. Yesterday, changes made at 75 minutes, off comes the expensive Fellani for one. Fellani, what a mistake, to be fair to the guy, hes not a utd type of player, but doesnt shine in what is a very out of sorts utd team.
When we had two strikers fit not so long ago, Moyes played one up top and left the other on the bench. On a day when they were all fit, he starts two and….plays one up top. I admire the utd fans who say stick by him and give him time/Fergie needed time etc. We are being set up negative, not playing with any width and many have commented on the lack of pace. Pace isn’t lost overnight and it seems to me a bit of confidence is worth a yard or two. Fergie built a team and justified the time it took and is a legend, but he is now in serious danger of ruining that legacy with his appointment of Moyes. Moyes inherited a title winning team and players who are just a year older, and the 50million spent on two players is having no effect at all. The big difference is that we have witnessed little to suggest that Moyes’ tactical ability is good enough to turn it around.
The regular close ups of Sir Alex’s face yesterday were interesting, but left me guessing, annoyance and dismay at seeing utd lose in such a way? Annoyance that it is reflecting on him? Frustration at not being able to get down there and sort it out?
What has been niggling me since Moyes was appointed, is what reasons did Sir Alex have for appointing Moyes? Did he, in his last couple of years go and watch Moyes manage, like you would scout a player? No. Did he feel that Moyes has been one of the best managers he had come up against? Everton had their successes against us, but i can think of others who must have been admired by Sir Alex.
Surely the utd fans who continue to back Moyes would rather see us lose a game fighting and playing the utd way? Imo he continues to set us up as hard to beat and as yesterday proved, its having the reverse effect.

im not sure what to make of it all now they dont seem to know where they are playing or what each other is doing ,there is no balance in the team what so ever ,

can moyes sort it out?? i dont know
will i call for his head?? nope its not my job thats up to the board
does moyes have my support?? while he is manager of mufc i am right behind him

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