Here Are The Reasons Why David Moyes Was Sacked By Manchester United
The die hard Manchester United fans are still coming to the terms on why their hand picked manager David Moyes was sacked by their favorite football club? On the internet people and fans are voicing their views very loudly. Sportycious have gone through all the voices which were pro and against the sacking of David Moyes and has found out an interesting observation in one of the most popular sporting websites Eurosport.com
The website has given 12 different reasons which lead to the ultimate sacking of David Moyes. As per Eurosport it all begun in last September when Manchester United lost to Liverpool when Daniel Sturridge scored an early goal for the Liverpool and Manchester United started limping despite started off well in the season by winning the game against Wigan. When the transfer window was open in September Manchester United scored a farce by paying GBP 27.5 million for the Belgian mid fielder Ander Herrera whom they could have bought cheaper earlier. Then the club was forced to have a late deal to sign Marouance Fellaini from Everton.
The month of September in 2013 kept on hammering Manchester United as they lost to the Manchester City by 4-1 and was completely dominated by the team in blue. That defeat put them on the eighth place. If this was not enough on 28th of September West Brom defeated Machester United in their own backyard after 35 years long gap! The start was described as worst ever in the history of the Premier League.
Came December and Moyes started to feel the pressure as Manchester United lost to Everton first time ever in their 21 visits to the Old Trafford and then they lost to Newcastle in just four days. Newcastle too defeated Manchester United in Old Trafford after 41 years. Records were started to tumble and Moyes was looking not doing enough.
United was then crashed out of FA Cup by losing to Tottenham by 2-1. That followed by an appalling penalty shoot out show in the League Cup Semis against Sunderland. Despite Sunderland scoring only 2 goals Manchester United still managed to lose that penalty shoot out.
Juan Mata was brought from Chelsea for GBP 37 million created high hopes for the Manchester United fans, but he showed his poor form and Manchester United lost to Stoke and managed a 2-2 draw against Fulham.
In the first leg of the Champions League last 16, Manchester United lost to the Greek Olympiacos by 2-0 and questions were raised against Moyes quickly. The Club managed to overturn the fortunes in the second leg, but then Bayren Munich send them packing from the last eight group.
The horror continued as Liverpool the fierce rivals of Manchester United crushed them with a 3-0 victory and writing was definitely on for David Moyes now. When Manchester United lost to Manchester City again at their home ground last month United fans, literary paid for “Moyes Out” posters which were on the show for their next game against Aston Villa.
Defeat against Everton most recently by 2-0 made sure that David Moyes must go and it looked like a straw which broke the camel’s back!