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David Moyes sends message to the fans asking for support

In the latest ’12th Man’ newsletter, that is sent to all Manchester United season ticket holders, manager David Moyes has requested support from the fans and believes that the club will come good in the end.

Pressure has been mounting on David Moyes’ job at the helm of Manchester United after the clubs worst season in years, currently sitting in 7th place in the Barclays Premier League, out of both the FA & league cup, while only 90-minutes away from a possible exit from the UEFA Champions League.

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In the open letter from David Moyes, he said:

“While I knew that this job would be a challenge when I took it on, the difficult season we have experienced was not something that I envisaged, which I am sure is the case as well for you supporters – and my players, staff and I are desperate to compensate for that.”

“Everywhere we turn, people outside the club have a lot to say about Manchester United, but we have all stuck together through some tough times this season and I firmly believe that, in the long run, we will all come out the other end, stronger for the experiences.”

Manchester United travel the Hawthorns this Saturday in the early kick-off, which was the location for Sir Alex Ferguson’s last match as United manager in an epic 5-5 encounter.

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6 replies on “David Moyes sends message to the fans asking for support”

Asking for support my foot till he take united he saying that and we gave him but how long we lose important matches humiliated by small team and stuck in 7 position.

Fine words, but were they penned by Moyes or the MU public relations team.
I really do hope he can be a success but everything he has done this season indicates not.
Everything has already been highlighted regarding tactics, negative game plans, unfathomable subs, man management and the clear out of the most successful backroom staff.
So come on David give us something positive to cling to. The season is virtually over (barring forlorn hope in CL) so why not prove to us all that you are flexible with your thinking and turn a negative mindset into a positive one.
Build the team around an attacking formation and NOT just one man, start with Mata & Kagawa both have better technical ability than Rooney and suit CAM far better, move Rooney to CM and give him a specific job to do Or (depending on what happens with RVP) as main striker.
Experiment with some of the youngsters in our suspect positions, what have we got to lose? the club obviously thinks they have potential so why not try.(young Kean for one) Play players in their best positions as with Smalling and Jones, if we had given them a good run together in CD maybe we would not be panicking so much about our hero Vidic.
There is sufficient time left in the season to prove the you are the right man for the job or you may find the Glaziers war chest has lost the key.

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