Chelsea Owner Would've Sacked David Moyes Months Back

Torres AbramovichDavid Moyes knew that managing one of the biggest clubs in the world is not going to be a piece of cake but he surely did not expect so many disasters coming his way.
He has been making records for all the wrong reasons but still maintains his place as the manager of Manchester United, quite remarkable.
Last season, under the management of David Moyes, Everton had 41 points at this stage having played 24 games.
This season, with Moyes around, Manchester United only have 40 points. Yes, Moyes got a squad that needed a lot of reinforcements, but surely he has a better squad than Everton at disposal but it is Martinez who is impressing at Merseyside leading United by 5 points.
It is baffling that David Moyes is still the manager of Manchester United. Yes the club is renowned to give managers time. Ferguson had disaster first few years but back then United were weak and he did not inherit a champion side like Moyes has.
Still, just because Ferguson said so, for the time being United are letting Moyes stay and no one knows how patient they can be.
There is no doubt that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich would have sacked him months back if he was in charge.
Last season, Di Matteo was sacked when Chelsea were just 4 points behind leaders City in the league having played 12 games. The main reason was obviously dismal display in Europe despite being defending Champions.
Of-course he is famous for sacking managers but this one makes complete sense. It is a miracle that Moyes is still in charge of United.
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  1. Henri ernest says:

    Man u should sack him plz.

  2. Sam says:

    I wonder what the likes of man doing old trafford,i just wonder why? sincerely Moyes is ruining even the spirit of manchester players and even for fans. He should know manchester united is bn in the forefront.Let him sacked.

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