Moyes, Fergie and United’s so-called philosophy

The simple fact is, Moyes was out of his depth. A decent manager, a nice enough bloke, but the ‘transitional phase’ excuse was really no excuse at all for what were such lacklustre performances. Other managers brought in a year ago (Pellegrini and Martinez for example) have been busy building their own teams, but none have had such a catastrophically negative effect as Moyes. As for Manchester United’s so called philosophy…

FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH

The times they are a-changin’. Oh yes, it’s a bit good being a Manchester City fan at the moment, dare I say it’s never been so good. Talk of the quadruple has been making headlines, and whilst the days of ‘typical City’ are long gone, my hopes and wishes are still restricted to one trophy this year – the Premier League – I’d settle for that even with a defeat in the Capital One Final. Dreaming of four is just folly. We do seem a little invincible at the moment though with the ‘we’ll score more than you’ philosophy working rather well, proven again today when we gave plucky Watford a two goal half-time lead in the FA Cup. Whilst I’d like to go on about City’s attacking delights I must stop there. I wanted to write about our ‘noisy neighbours’…

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As much as I’m enjoying watching City play this…

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