Man United’s stance on David Moyes, as Ralf Rangnick tries to round up players.
MANCHESTER UNITED’S manager, David Moyes, had been in charge long before Ralf Rangnick took over.
According to reports, Manchester United believes they failed David Moyes during his time at the club.
When he took over for Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013, the Scot was given a six-year contract.
However, he only lasted 10 months before being relieved of his duties by Ed Woodward.
Ferguson stepped down as Manchester United’s manager nine years ago, shortly after leading the club to the Premier League title.
Many speculated about who would take his place at Old Trafford in the immediate aftermath.
Jose Mourinho was one of the candidates, but it was quickly revealed that he had agreed to return to Chelsea after becoming dissatisfied with life at Real Madrid.
Carlo Ancelotti was another, but he agreed to join the La Liga giants instead of Mourinho, while Pep Guardiola was content to join Bayern Munich.
Ferguson ultimately recommended Moyes due to his outstanding performance at Everton on a shoestring budget.
However, things did not go well for the current West Ham manager, who was fired in 2014 after a 2-0 loss at Goodison Park.
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United are now just as far away from winning the Premier League as they were when Moyes was in charge.
The Red Devils, according to the Daily Mail, believe they have failed Moyes and have ‘let him down’ badly.
Since then, United has backed every manager in the transfer market, giving huge sums to Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to rebuild the squad.
Only Marouane Fellaini, who arrived on transfer deadline day in 2014, was given to Moyes.
Following Moyes, United hoped Van Gaal would be the ticket to the game’s biggest prizes.
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The Dutchman’s decision to’micro manage’ the club, on the other hand, suffocated players such as Angel Di Maria and Wayne Rooney.
When Van Gaal was captain of England at the time, the publication claims he tried to teach Rooney how to take a penalty.
“Van Gaal was viewed as a man who played attacking football when he came to us,” a source said.
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