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Published on April 17th, 2014 | by soccersweep

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Manchester United: 2 more Worldies keen to join David Moyes revolution?

Manchester United manager David Moyes has survived by the skin of his teeth so far.

After a performance level unseen at Manchester United, during The Premier League years, many feel that he will still lose his job sooner rather than later.

But we think that he has ridden the storm and will at least get a chance to build his own vintage over the next six months.

The most important thing for Manchester United is that David Moyes has a strong vision about what he wants the team to look like. There is absolutely no point panic-buying whatever available talent there is.

But after a chaotic time in the two transfer windows that he has overseen at Manchester United it looks as if the tide could be turning.

Luke Shaw favourited a tweet from a Manchester United fan who welcomed him to the club with open arms.

And Marco Reus looks as if he could also be open to a move to Manchester United with ex-team mate Mario Gotze suggesting that Reus wants to move to the club.

If the club could sign these two talents then Manchester United would be well on the way to Premier League success once more.

Because these two are real gems of European football. Both experienced enough to make a difference straight away but both young enough to provide the backbone to Manchester United over the next 5 to 10 years.

David Moyes has been known in the past for taking a long time to make decisions. If he wants to make is career at Manchester United a success then he needs to act fast and decisively on these two potential deals. They are both world stars in the making and players who could dazzle at The World Cup.

So get em in early Dithering Dave!

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4 Responses to Manchester United: 2 more Worldies keen to join David Moyes revolution?

  1. Dave 'Bassett' Moyes Fan club says:

    Should the owners give this character an open cheque book, they need their heads examined.
    Not one player has improved under him, and the rest are injured or at the same level of performance, Moyes Everton team were from last year.
    For everyone’s sake, he needs to go.

  2. Dave 'Bassett' Moyes Fan club says:

    And one more thing

    Andrew Atherley says Everton are better than Manchester United on almost every measure and the Toffees are the team to back in Sunday’s clash
    The evidence is clear-cut: Everton have gone forward under Roberto Martinez, while Manchester United have gone backwards since David Moyes switched from Goodison Park to Old Trafford. In a sentence, that may well amount to the most damning verdict on United’s disastrous season under Moyes.
    Having won 1-0 at Old Trafford in December, Everton have a good chance to do the double in Sunday’s return match at Goodison. The dilemma is the best way to back them – take the win odds of 2.54, shorten up for something like the draw no bet at 1.77 or go longer on a bet like the Half Time/Full Time at 3.65.
    The fact that there are so many viable options is indicative of the respective seasons Everton and United have had under new management and the table doesn’t lie, with Martinez’s side currently nine points ahead (a remarkable 35-point turnaround on last season’s standings).

    In terms of Sunday’s clash, Everton have also shown the better form against high-class opposition. In matches between the top seven, the Toffees are unbeaten at Goodison (two wins, two draws) and the 3-3 against free-scoring Liverpool is the only time their defence has been breached in those games. United, meanwhile, have won only one out of 11 against the top seven and lost seven (including three out of five on the road).
    Looking a little further down the table, the scale of United’s problems against opponents with any quality becomes even clearer. They rank only 11th in all games against top-half teams, with just three wins out of 16, while Everton are fourth (W7 D4 L4). United are also 11th on away games against top-half teams (W1 D2 L4), while Everton are again fourth at home in that category (W5 D2 L0).

    BUT WAIT IS THIS THE NEW JERSEY?

    http://threeandin.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Screen-Shot-2014-04-17-at-09.39.54.png

    TO BE WORN WITH TIGHT SHORTS AND POINTED TOED BOOTS……..THIS WILL HAVE THE TEAM LOOK LIKE THEY ARE ALL …WIDE BOYS……EVEN THE SHIRTS ARE WORSE UNDER MOYES………

  3. ECHEYA M.C. says:

    UTD MUST FLUSH OUT THE PASSENGERS THAT HAVE NOTHING TO OFFER/IMPROVE UTD COASTER..THE PASSENGERS INCLUDE * GIGGS*FERDINAND*FLETCHER*CARRICK*CLEVERLEY*NANI*YOUNG~KAGAWA*VAN PERSIE*THE EXPECTED LONGEST OVERDUE DRIVERS INCLUDES ,,MANGALA~SHAW~CARVALHO~KROOS~REUS~LALANA~CUADRADO~ETC

  4. Schivon Naidoo says:

    Moyes has no tactical training skills. Pointlees training a team to run a full 90min or stretching them in training coz it boils down to next to nothing if there isnt a tactical plan in every game and if that diesnt work then use plan b! United could come back and win a game jn injury time even if we were losing! We had the best wingers that gave acurate crossers into the box, set wingers! We had the highest cross record! We lost tactics, we lost the plot! Moyes will keep united as he did with everton, nowhere! Look at everton now! United is as bad everton were on moyes last season there. And moyes doesnt even know how to field a proper side, with the likes of nani, hernandez, young, valencia, evens, smalling, and a few great players, he rather start fletcher, fellaini, etc. Pointless starting a side with fast young players that will run rings around opposition, when u dont have experience in the starting line up. We have giggs, van persie, nani, young, valencia, evra, carrick, but he rather keep them on the bench! Sorry fergie but thos is 1 of your worst decisions ever! Moyes has brought us down, he fields the wrong players dependant on the game, has no technical nor tactical experience, he just doesnt have the passion and drive to manage the hugest club in EPL!

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