Tuesday February 25, 2014 Last 16 Finished Stadio Karaiskaki

Olympiacos 2 - 0 Manchester United

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  1. Champions League - Diabolical United lose to Olympiacos

    Champions League - Diabolical United lose to Olympiacos

    Manchester United were appalling as they suffered a 2-0 defeat at Olympiacos in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 match. More

  • Live Commentary

    Time:90'
    • Olympiacos
    • Manchester United
    • 90+3' Young's corner is repelled, and that's full time. Moyes is in trouble.
    • 90+2' Olaitan has a wee bit of treatment now, but not enough to trouble the added time count, you'd imagine. This is over. A truly appalling performance. It needs a government enquiry.
    • 90+1' There will be three more minutes of this. How many more can Olympiacos get? Kagawa sets up Evra to chip a cross towards Welbeck and the keeper takes it.
    • 90' Ferdinand goes in with a wild lunge to stop an Olympiacos break. He possibly could have seen red for that, given how reckless it was.
    • 89' Van Persie and Welbeck chase a ball rond the back of the defence, but neither can get enough on it to trouble the keeper.
    • 88' Kagawa is fouled in United's half, which demonstrates just how deep they're sitting.
    • 86' Valdez replaces Perez.
    • 85' David Moyes might be thinking about having a Kevin Keegan moment and resigning in the toilet after the match.
    • 83' Young has a cross easily blocked.
    • 82' An indicative miss from Robin Van Persie. The ball is played in by Smalling to Van Persie, who shifts the ball into space and skies the ball miles over. Dearie me.
    • 80' Young curls in a low ball towards Van Persie, but Roberto is out smartly to punch away.
    • 79' Vidic boots a sarcastic one upfield for Rooney to sarcastically chase. If I didn't know better I'd assume the players simply don't respect Moyes. And why should they?
    • 78' Perez wins a corner off Evra. Earlier, Smalling fell over again. Young hacks away the ball in the box.
    • 77' Olympiacos are dropping back now, and they will be confident that United don't have it in them to break them down. They'd be more likely to just score in the wrong goal.
    • 76' Dominguez is replaced by Machado.
    • 75' United head the ball away, but Olympiacos only lose it with an overhit cross from the left wing.
    • 74' Rooney fouls Olaitan in the midfield, and Olympiacos have a chance to clip the ball into the box.
    • 73' Ashley Young runs into some defenders and appears surprised when they don't get out of his way. Dominguez breaks forward but is tackled by Vidic.
    • 71' I need a thesaurus to find more ways to say 'gutless'.
    • 69' Evra gives away a foul, chasing Salino by the Olympiacos box.
    • 68' Ferdinand fouls Olaitan with a hefty challenge going for a high ball on the halfway line.
    • 67' Fuster replaces Campbell.
    • 66' Olaitan absolutely thumps a volley just wide of the post. That would have been fantastic.
    • 65' Maniatis receives a dropping ball on the edge of the box, and drags it just wide. The third is there if they want it.
    • 64' Young's cross finds Welbeck, he stoops and misses with his header, and it might have actually come off the defender. They don't deserve luck, though.
    • 62' Young sends a ball past Rooney for Olaitan, but Carrick wins the ball back and finds Van Persie on the left. Evra bursts forward and finds Welbeck, but he's offside.
    • 61' The shamefully bad, and shamefully picked, Antonio Valencia is replaced by Danny Welbeck, and Shinji Kagawa replaces the execrable Tom Cleverley.
    • 59' Moyes needs to get Cesc Fabregas and Ander Herrera on as soon as possible.
    • 58' Shinji Kagawa is coming on soon. For every player? Because they've all been terrible.
    • 56' If Olympiacos want, they can make this 3-0. There's nothing to suggest United will be able to repel any concerted attacks.
    • 55' GOAL! Olympiacos 2-0 Mancheser United. What a goal from Joel Campbell. United are borked. Campbell nutmegs Michael Carrick, and curls a left-footed shot brilliantly into the goal from 25 yards. Fantastic.
    • 54' Maniatis clips in a ball aimed for Peres, but it's too high and De Gea claims it.
    • 53' Valencia collects the bal on the right, gives it to Cleverley whose cross is easily cleared. Then Rooney is tackled heavily in midfield and Olympiacos come forward.
    • 50' Vidic and Ferdinand almost lose the ball between them, then Cleverley makes sure of losing the ball and hoofs it to nobody.
    • 49' A lobbed ball is easily claimed by Roberto. This is still dire stuff from United. It won't improve unless the transfer window opens and they buy some better players.
    • 48' Cleverley heads a cross up to Rooney, who wins a foul under pressure, and United are then hounded off the ball. Perez aims a weak shot at De Gea.
    • 47' Van Persie kicks out at the Olypmpiaos right-back.
    • 46' Tom Cleverley delivers an awful pass, starting the second half as he finished the first.
    • 45+1' A high cross for Roberto from Evra, and he catches the ball, and sensibly collapses in order to waste a bit of time. Olaitan has a shot from distance, Valencia falls over, and the referee puts them out of their misery.
    • 45' Will United win the Champions League? It's 50-50.
    • 44' Van Persie is back on the pitch now. Young fouls Campbell on the halfway line.
    • 43' Young returns the ball for Rooney, and he cuts onto his right and has his shot from a tight angle blocked. De Gea sends a long ball out for a throw, over the head of Rooney.
    • 42' Van Persie is OK, coming off for a moment but he's likely to be reintroduced soon after the corner is taken.
    • 40' Evra is fouled by N'Dinga on the edge of the box, on the left wing. Rooney will take. He curls the ball goalward, and before Van Persie can get to it, Manolas heads over. Van Persie collides with the keeper and is down injured.
    • 39' This is the 16th time United have conceded the first goal this season. They've won only three of those matches.
    • 38' GOAL! Olympiacos 1-0 Manchester United. Oh dear, David. Campbell's cross is cleared, it comes out to Maniatis. He drags his shot wide, but it Dominguez flicks the ball in the opposite direction, wrong-footing De Gea and putting the home side ahead.
    • 37' Young breaks down the left drives towards the box, clips in a decent cross for Van Persie but it's just too close to the keeper.
    • 36' United have done 226 passes. Stats! pt.2
    • 35' Cleverley does brilliantly to evade a tackle in midfield and knock it over a midfielders head. He finds Rooney, who also does well to get away from a defender but sends a loose ball wide and Olympiacos come forward. Campbell has the ball, fires it into Perez for a one-two but the ball is cleared. Holebas has a shot from 40 yards. Yeah.
    • 34' Nothing happens.
    • 33' Vidic clears for a throw and now Olympiacos will try to effect something fun, which would be a nice change. Evra gets the ball and kicks it out again. Campbell tries to jink his way through but Evra is on hand again to tackle.
    • 32' Dominguez takes his chance to throw himself to the turf now, presumably because Vidic stood near him. A farce.
    • 31' Smalling puts the full-back under pressure and wins a throw in high up on the right wing. United are immediately dispossessed and Olympiacos come forward.
    • 30' Olaitan hurls himself to the ground when Rio Ferdinand breathes on him from behind. He doesn't get the foul.
    • 29' Campbell drives forward from the wing but Carrick does well to take the ball off him when three other United players had failed.
    • 28' United take a quick free kick and move the ball foeard swiftly. Young tries to find Van Persie's run but it's cut out.
    • 26' Perez cuts in from the left and has space to let go of a low drive that's just wide of the near post.
    • 25' Manchester United have had 60% of possession. Stats!
    • 24' United are enjoying most of the ball now, but they're back in defence with it at the moment.
    • 23' Roberto punches away and it's back with Young. Evra tries to flick his pass forward to Rooney, but it's out for a throw.
    • 22' United with calm possession on the left results in Young working some space for himself to find Evra in the same position as he won his penalty last week, but he's tackled fairly this time, and it's a corner on the left for Rooney to take.
    • 21' Maniatis has a shot from distance, but it loses pace as it bounces straight towards De Gea.
    • 20' Valencia gets to the byline, beats the full-back and slices the cross out of play on the opposite side.
    • 19' Valencia is dispossessed and Olympiacos come forward on the right. Campbell and Maniatis start a move, but it eventually takes in almost every outfield player, until Vidic intercepts and De Gea clears.
    • 17' Cleverley takes, it eventually reaches Vidic, who heads across goal, it's headed away from goal and Cleverley has made his way into the box, slicing his volley way wide of goal.
    • 16' Van Persie drives towards goal on the inside right channel, but Manolas is across quickly to tackle and concede a corner.
    • 15' Smalling whips in a cross that Young collects on the opposite wing, he comes onto his right and drives a pass forward for Van Persie to chase, but it's overhit and drifts out at the near post.
    • 14' United back with the ball in defence. They seem to be happy to play for a draw. Which is lucky, as they seem incapable of keeping the ball in the opposition half just now.
    • 13' United still keep the ball with short passes in defence. Rooney drops all the way back to the left full-back position, and now Valencia gives away a free kick, fouling his marker as he chases a Smalling long ball.
    • 12' United hit a long ball for Rooney but Olympiacos head away. The ball comes back to United, who are tackled when Valencia can't stand up to a challenge. United drop back into two banks of four, or TBOF as it's known in the industry.
    • 11' United have the ball now, playing across the defence, with Carrick dropping back for a moment. The ball goes up to Young but is switched to right now, with Smalling.
    • 10' Olympiacos are all over Manchester United. This is entirely predictable. Moyes could have started with an eleven that were capable of controlling the ball with calm passing, and it's bizarre he decided to choose some of the least effective players today. United break now on the left. Evra has space on the left, released by Young, but his cross is cleared at the near post.
    • 8' United forward now, and Smalling falls over on the right and is tackled promptly. Dominguez strolls forward without a single challenge coming his way until the very last moment, when Vidic despairingly dives across.
    • 6' Ferdinand with a woeful pass that Dominguez intercepts, and eventually Carrick gets back to cover. That was dangerous. Ferdinand wasn't too bad at Palace on Saturday - they don't need the brainless version back now.
    • 5' Still Olympiacos with the ball, but United seem organised in defence, and win a free kick with a foul on Valencia on the right wing.
    • 4' Free kick on the right for Olympiacos. It's swung in, but Vidic heads away. They will miss that next season. The Greek side win it back and play patiently in defence and midfield.
    • 3' Campbell knocks the ball, or tries to, over Patrice Evra on the wing. It strikes him on the arm and he's booked - I'm not sure it was deliberate.
    • 2' Vidic's turn to punt it clear now.
    • 1' Olympiacos kick off, and begin with pace initially, settling for a long ball hoofed forward that's headed back to De Gea.
    • 19:40 Five minutes to go. How are your nerves? What is your prediction? Let me know at @lxndrnthrtn.
    • 19:35 My prediction is 1-0 to United, but I wouldn't be surprised if the old defensive shakes come back to the away side and they end up 2-0 down in fifteen minutes, and David Moyes is seen slumed in his chair, a single tear rolling down his face, mouthing 'I just don't know what to do.' in the direction of nobody in particular.
    • 19:30 Unfortunately Roy Carroll, ex-Manchester United, isn't the squad tonight. It would have been faintly amusing to see him score a last minute goal for the home side, or saving a ball thirty yards past the goal line and getting away with it.
    • 19:25 If you'd like to get in touch with me on Twitter throughout the match, you can do so on Twitter on @lxndrnthrtn
    • 19:20 That team selection from Moyes is one of the most cowardly pieces of work since the Guardian decided to address the topic of intersectional feminism solely from the point of view of those who are entirely ignorant of it. If United go out, Moyes totally deserves it. That is inexcusable nonsense against an in-form side.
    • 19:15 Manchester United have won their four encounters with Olympiacos, all in the Champions League - 12 goals for, two against. Olympiacos are unbeaten in their last five home games against English clubs in the Champions League (4 wins, 1 draw). The last team from England to beat the Piraeus club on their own soil are Manchester United, back in October 2002.
    • 19:10 David Moyes: "It's a really tough game, Olympiacos have a good record here and we know, over the tie, we'll have to play well to qualify. Olympiacos did very well against PSG (Paris St Germain) and Benfica. They came through a difficult group, they have a great home record here. We know it will be a difficult night. They have a big support. It's far from an easy match."
    • 19:05 Olympiacos coach Michel: "Their Premier League situation could be an incentive to them or it could be a burden on their shoulders, we know there's lots at stake for Manchester United in this match. United cannot afford any mistakes tomorrow given their position in the Premier League. We are delighted to be at this stage of the competition. It's a big prize for us so we won't give anything away and we have great expectations."
    • 19:00 Olympiacos are without main forward Javier Saviola after the former Argentina man picked up a leg injury in Saturday's 4-0 Greek Super League win at OFI Crete. Saviola's absence means 21-year-old Nigerian striker Michael Olaitan, who has scored eight times in 15 appearances this season, starts up front with Argentine attacking midfielder Alejandro Dominguez playing just behind.
    • 18:55 Tom Cleverley and Ashley Young are handed starts for United, who are without defenders Phil Jones and Jonny Evans for the clash in Piraeus. The pair - who have been sidelined since picking up injuries in the Premier League defeat at Stoke City on February 1 - have not travelled to Greece. Jones suffered concussion in a collision with Stoke's Jonathan Walters while Evans picked up a hamstring strain. Adnan Janujaz is not in the United squad this evening.
    • 18:50 Teams: Manchester United: De Gea; Smalling, Vidić, Ferdinand, Evra; Valencia, Carrick, Cleverley, Young; Rooney, van Persie..subs: Lindegaard, Büttner, Fellaini, Giggs, Kagawa, Hernandez, Welbeck////Olympiacos: Roberto, Salino, Manolas, Marcano, Holebas, N’Dinga, Maniatis, Dominguez, Perez Campbell, Olaitan..subs: Megyeri, Machado, Samaris, Valdez, Fuster, Papadopoulos, Bong
    • 18:45 Good evening and welcome to LIVE coverage of Olympiacos against Manchester United from the Karaiskakis Stadium. A 7:45pm kick-off in this Champions League last 16, first leg tie.
  • Summary

    • 90' Ferdinand goes in with a wild lunge to stop an Olympiacos break. He possibly could have seen red for that, given how reckless it was.
    • 82' An indicative miss from Robin Van Persie. The ball is played in by Smalling to Van Persie, who shifts the ball into space and skies the ball miles over. Dearie me.
    • 66' Olaitan absolutely thumps a volley just wide of the post. That would have been fantastic.
    • 65' Maniatis receives a dropping ball on the edge of the box, and drags it just wide. The third is there if they want it.
    • 58' Shinji Kagawa is coming on soon. For every player? Because they've all been terrible.
    • 55' GOAL! Olympiacos 2-0 Mancheser United. What a goal from Joel Campbell. United are borked. Campbell nutmegs Michael Carrick, and curls a left-footed shot brilliantly into the goal from 25 yards. Fantastic.
    • 38' GOAL! Olympiacos 1-0 Manchester United. Oh dear, David. Campbell's cross is cleared, it comes out to Maniatis. He drags his shot wide, but it Dominguez flicks the ball in the opposite direction, wrong-footing De Gea and putting the home side ahead.
    • 26' Perez cuts in from the left and has space to let go of a low drive that's just wide of the near post.
    • 17' Cleverley takes, it eventually reaches Vidic, who heads across goal, it's headed away from goal and Cleverley has made his way into the box, slicing his volley way wide of goal.
    • 3' Campbell knocks the ball, or tries to, over Patrice Evra on the wing. It strikes him on the arm and he's booked - I'm not sure it was deliberate.
    • 18:50 Teams: Manchester United: De Gea; Smalling, Vidić, Ferdinand, Evra; Valencia, Carrick, Cleverley, Young; Rooney, van Persie..subs: Lindegaard, Büttner, Fellaini, Giggs, Kagawa, Hernandez, Welbeck////Olympiacos: Roberto, Salino, Manolas, Marcano, Holebas, N’Dinga, Maniatis, Dominguez, Perez Campbell, Olaitan..subs: Megyeri, Machado, Samaris, Valdez, Fuster, Papadopoulos, Bong

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      Goal Substitution Out67′ 7.7 7
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  1. Man Ushited 9th in the premiership. No cups,no europe.

    From Tony M, on Thu 6 Mar 4:32
  2. Terrible display! Utd knows what to do!

    From james, on Sun 2 Mar 16:22
  3. Moye is too predictable. As a matter of fact, no­ amount of money given to him to get players will yield­ any result. Even, if he signs 10 Ronaldos, he can not­ take man united anywhere. I hope people that matter are­ listening to a world of knowledge.He can not read­ games, the opponents can always take the better of him,­ he does not react to changes. As far as I am concerned,­ man united is too big for him. Let him leave before it­ is too late. Other manunited rivals are happy the man­ is still in charge

    From kehinde, on Thu 27 Feb 9:43
  4. No wonder good teams end up losing always when they get­ new Coaches. One thing should be remembered that­ Fergason did his best all times and a shock has come to­ the team. No blems should buy trophies but concetration­ of players is the most important. Did you ever see a­ coach enter the pit? If so they would have been the­ only good and best players in the world. So Man U has­ a lot as a team excluding the Coach however much the­ Coach will need a win without the players nothing will­ come out. Man U players should avoid to think about­ Fergi and also the supporters; just give moral to our­ players to improve they will make it to the best like­ they did during Ferg's time.

    From Katabulawo, on Wed 26 Feb 11:06
  5. Outplayed, out thought, and rather passionless. All our­ clubs have days like these, every season, it's just­ rather pleasant to watch all of this teams' rubbish­ performances come with such appalling frequently. ­ You have to remember that having watched this team tear­ us all apart for the last 20 years we're just­ enjoying this spectacle. It's rather nice to have­ this opportunity. It isn't all Mr Moyes fault,­ though he must take some responsibility. Only the­ players can make it happen on the pitch and they just­ seam to lack the drive, passion and strength to see it­ through.

    From JULIAN, on Wed 26 Feb 9:03
  6. ú300 k a week eh! worth every penny! never mind, the­ punters will keep footing the bill.

    From Dave, on Wed 26 Feb 8:57
  7. I had said it clearly that Rooney's new contract­ will back fire on the teams performance. By world­ standard, he is an average player and by Manu standard­ he is just a little above average. That wage has killed­ any form of motivation in the team and he will find­ himself fighting alone and that will point to carbage­ heads in the club that he puts in more effort than­ others. Cheer up guys, this is the beginning of the­ end.

    From vincent, on Wed 26 Feb 6:43
  8. Arsen Wenger had predicted Manu would win the match­ given the difference in quality between the two teams.­ He has consistently through his big mouth which is the­ only thing he does well shown the whole world he is a­ nonenthity in football. I wish he could keep his mouth­ shut and concentrate on his circus football to win the­ only trophy he has consistently won over the past eight­ years which is finishing fourth. And I bet that will be­ his best come May. Note I am an Arsenal fan.

    From vincent, on Wed 26 Feb 6:35
  9. All hope on chelsea again? Just like the previous­ seasons in europe for the english side. May god­ continue to protect the blues. Amen

    From Lukman Muazu, on Wed 26 Feb 5:06
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    From C/Consulting Network, on Wed 26 Feb 2:16
  11. I see a lot of comments on Rooney as well. With his­ overpaid salary. True, the players are already­ unmotivated, what is this down to? I would think the­ Manager, and his tactics and team selection at times­ are horrible. Why?? Can you tell me why?? I don't­ get it why?? It is hopeless!! I think that Martinez­ from Wigan, now Liverpool would have been a better­ Manager... He has limited resources, but at least he is­ playing the right team, week in and out. Look I­ don't want to criticize ManU, as they are the team­ I have supported for almost 20 years. Since the era of­ Giggs and Becks, Bruce, Cantona, Pallister and so on...­ But I have not seen United in this dire distress­ since...Ermmmm... Well to tell you the truth, since I­ supported them. They are the top club revenue earnings­ with so many sponsors.. Thus spending is a must. If no­ spending is made by Mr Moyes next year... Please oh­ please go!!! You cannot attact players with your­ reputation anymore. So, the only thing is money now ­ Please I want to see this lineup next year. - De Gea,­ Rafael (Smalling), Mangala (Evans), Garay (Jones), Shaw­ (Evra), Mata (Reus), Fellaini (Gundogen), Kroos­ (Carrick), Januzaj (Kagawa), Rooney and RVP (Cavani) ­ Meaning buy - Mangala, Garay, Shaw, Reus, Gundogen,­ Kroos, Cavani - Mangala is already, I heard 50m, Garay­ at least 15m, Shaw at least 25m, Reus and Kroos at­ least - 70m (combined), Gundogen - 25m, Cavani - 50m ­ Sell - Young, Nani and Cleverley.... I think you can­ only salvage at least 40m for them - Young - 10m,­ CLeverley - 10m and Nani - 20m (Since he signed a new­ contract), maybe even least 30m only for three. So net­ spending of 200m is a must. Some more since­ Ronaldo's 80m move. We have only spend 37m for­ Mata, and 20m plus for Felliaini, around 70m. So there­ should be excess in that. A switch between Gundogen and­ Kagawa is also a good deal, if you are not going to use­ Kagawa anymore.

    From Clement L, on Wed 26 Feb 2:09
  12. Why oh why!!! Cleverley again? Moyes you are­ clueless!!!! I have always respected managers and think­ that they should not be fired, especially ManU­ managers! and you are hand picked by Fergie.. So you­ must have a bit of brain and tactical awareness.. But­ this is hopeless. If you played the right team.. We­ wont have blamed you, but why Cleverley? Why Young?­ Squad rotation? Wrong time to do that bro! ManU­ strongest 11 that I can see now is - De Gea, Rafael,­ Rio, Vidic, Evra, Januzaj, Valencia, Fellaini and­ Carrick with Rooney and Persie up front. Why Cleverley?­ He should be transfer listed... Smalling at right back­ is wrong too..But perhaps you have no other choice.. As­ Rafael was not even on the bench, but there was no news­ that he was injured. So, why? Jones and Evans did not­ travel through injury. Where is Januzaj? Not even on­ the bench? Yes he is young, but he is the best player­ for United now... Young and Cleverley are hopeless,­ with no consistency. Fellaini is fit so why not use­ him? He played well against Palace. I think Carrick­ will prefer Fellaini next to him rather than Cleverley,­ which I don't think he knows what he is doing­ sometimes. To make one or two or three mistakes with­ team selection is understandable, but constantly is­ preposterous. Cleverley is just not a United player. So­ is Young. Carrick is losing it, but he is the only good­ mid we have. Fellaini is another that is still finding­ his feet, but at least he is/a better choice than­ Cleverley right? Young and Januzaj? Who is better no­ debate here I think!!! Mata is ineligible. So, we­ though you would at least have the tenacity to put in­ Kagawa, at least he has some experience in Champions­ League and attacking football in front of Young. I­ would have even gone for Giggs rather than Cleverley if­ you have no intention of playing Fellaini. So, I­ don't understand the reasoning behind playing­ Cleverley at all.. Champions League is the only Cup­ left for United to perform in, and you choose th

    From Clement L, on Wed 26 Feb 1:47
  13. This was a very poor team they were playing, they just­ looked fitter, Utd had no ideas, never changed the­ game plan, offered nothing, Moyes just stares at them,­ no tactics, a little improvement when Kagawa came on,­ but surley they should have sent the B team as most of­ these need to go. John

    From , on Wed 26 Feb 1:03
  14. In Moyes we trust.....keep up the grand work son :-)

    From ynwa_lfc, on Wed 26 Feb 0:42
  15. Better luck next season, United

    From John Birch, on Tue 25 Feb 23:28
  16. Wow....Smalling, Young and Cleverly still playing for­ United? I'd rather pick reserve / youth players­ rather than those three. And my daughter would've­ pick a better starting lineup for United..... in Fifa­ 2014...... :-)

    From aiDiL, on Tue 25 Feb 23:20
  17. Of course Olympiacos have three aces -ez in Perez,­ Dominguez and Valdez and ManUtd only one in Hernandez­ who happens never to play!! That┤s MADNESS!!

    From Sunny, on Tue 25 Feb 23:10
  18. Sir Alex turned water into wine - Sir Moyes turned wine­ into water

    From Politician Stole My Money, on Tue 25 Feb 23:03
  19. He well out of his depth - who am I talking about?

    From Politician Stole My Money, on Tue 25 Feb 23:02
  20. It is not all the managers fault..the players are not­ trying hard enough as they know their season is over­ and knowing a #$%$ like Rooney is getting 300 grand a­ week is a real #$%$ take. RVP will be off and­ relegation will loom next season. Fergie has been­ saying all the long that Moyes is the right man for the­ job. What does that make Fergie? At some point he will­ have to say he was wrong to recommend him..Don't blame­ Moyes, blame old pizza face..over rated with loads of­ bad decisions with a blank cheque book to cover his­ #$%$. They used to be bad losers, now they are good­ losers..lol.. So who would be the next best manager at­ UTD? Oh yes..Rafa might be tempted or Avram Grant..that­ would be improvements..Never mind RVP it is more like­ RIP Man U and all the glory hunters and good riddance!

    From spreadtheword, on Tue 25 Feb 22:54
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