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United Podcast Special: 'The one where Moyes was sacked'

On the day in which David Moyes was Officially sacked by Manchester United, the RedMancunian Podcast team all met up to record a special edition.

Craig, Sam, Jay and Mark got together in their Manchester based studios to discuss the David Moyes sacking and looking to Manchester United’s future without a Scottish manager.

RedMancunian: Manchester United Podcast

Season 1 – Episode 32 (Moyes Sacking Special)

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2 replies on “United Podcast Special: 'The one where Moyes was sacked'”

Ten months is enough to know the capabilities of a coach!
Moyes inherits players that were giving his predecessor good results both home and away against all odds! His problem is he was unable to stamp an authority over these players, hence losing respect with them and rival clubs who respects the club year in and out!

David Moyes first great mistake, was to fire all of those men who knew the
players better, than even Sir Alex, because they worked with them every day of the season. Moyes replaced them with ” phil neville “, just another exManU player,and other unknown Everton names.
Plus of course, Giggs, who really had no power over Phil Neve1ille. Had he kept the men who were responsible to Sir Alex, he would still be there with ManU.
I am so glad he is now GONE, we can now grow the team for next year, although it will be a barren year for us, but 2016 is there waiting for our boys.
Why did the Glaziers wait so long, ???, and what was Sir Alex thinking, when
he chose a man who had never won anything at all, he was a Scottish failure
in HIS choice.???
Even Everton now, are glad Moyes is gone, look at where they are today.

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