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David Moyes Given Twelve Games To Show He Can Cut It

David Moyes Given Twelve Games To Show He Can Cut It

And its begun, Manchester United manager David Moyes has been given his final opportunity to show he is upto the challenge of staying in the Old Trafford hot seat. According to a leading newspaper, the Scotsman has been given twelve games to show his worth, and if the past is anything to go by then the signs are ominous.

Might have been the reaction on the David Moyes's face when he was told of his twelve game chance

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A season which has seen Manchester United float down the table in an unrecognisable fashion has hit the club hard. Key players have been tempted with moves away from the club, Patrice Evra being just one. The French left back is hoping on move to Inter Milan after winning the World Cup with France, we can’t assume he’s not optimistic.

Pressure rises for Moyes and Manchester United

The other problem the red team from Manchester will have is trying to lure some of the worlds biggest stars. While the club is still a giant, they are far from attaining a Champion’s League place. This is usually a prerequisite for the finest players around, something which holds more importance than a side which could remain unstable for a little while more.

Rumour has it that Manchester United manager David Moyes will have close to £100 million to spend on creating a squad of players, which will challenge for silverware again. But this is dependant on him surviving the season, because the money could be used by another manager arriving at Old Trafford.

At the start of the season many fans and onlookers were surprised with the now Manchester United manager David Moyes taking over a managerial position hugely sought after. Now as the run in begins to the end of the season the view that Moyes would not cut it is slowly being proven, and with every draw and loss more pressure is falling on the new managers shoulders. And with him not getting any breaks, it doesn’t look like Moyes will be at Old Trafford’s helm when the next campaign starts.

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