Anyone still think Moyes is the man for the job?
Let's not forget that United won the league last season. Moyes hasn't lost any significant players that were present during the final season of Fergie's tenure, while he has
had the luxury of an emerging Januzaj and been afforded enough of a budget to bring in one significant signing (LOLFELLAINI though). I said this after the TOON home loss, but United needed to pick up 2 ppp on average for the rest of the season after that to even have a chance of the top four. Even when United started picking up a few decent results against utter abject shite (like us, although United were lucky because they were really poor) the other sides kept picking up points and stayed ahead. United can't keep affording to lose home games, but it seems that sides don't fear OT anymore. THE MOYES EFFECT.
EDIT: Let's also not overlook that ROOKIE 4-4-FUCKERN-2 (
) TIM GOATWOOD just outwitted the Moyst in only his fourth league game in charge. 10 points from a possible 12, including away wins at United and Saints. Just highlights how shit
was. LOL at the people who thought Levy sacking that inept cunt was a harsh decision.