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David Moyes: The best is yet to come

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David Moyes: The best is yet to come

Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-09, 10:07 pm

Sunderland boss David Moyes: The best is yet to come

UNDER-FIRE Sunderland boss David Moyes reckons his best years as a manager are still ahead of him.


By Clive Hetherington and Michael Dean / Published 9th April 2017


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David Moyes has managed Preston, Everton, Man United, Real Sociedad and now Sunderland
Today he welcomes former club Manchester United – who sacked him three years ago – as the threat of relegation looms large for the rock-bottom Black Cats.
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But Moyes, who this week issued a public apology for telling a female radio reporter she risked “a slap’’, believes a trophy-winning future awaits him.

Moyes made his name in an 11-year stint as Everton boss before being chosen to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford.

Difficult spells with Real Sociedad and now Sunderland, who he joined last summer, have further undermined Moyes’ credentials.


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Sunderland boss David Moyes wrote:“I still think the best is still to come, that’s the way I look at it”


But the Scot, 53, said: “Management changes – there are different stages in managerial careers.

“I still think the best is still to come, that’s the way I look at it, I really do. I’m looking forward to winning trophies and being successful again.’’

Moyes feels that winning the EFL Cup has made life easier for Jose Mourinho in his first season as United boss than it was for him in only nine months in the job.

He said: “You have to win trophies at Manchester United and Jose has a trophy under his belt quickly. I lost to Sunderland on penalty kicks in the League Cup semi-final.

“It’s small margins at times which can change things. That’s what I’m talking about now – if we can get a small margin to go our way, it could alter things.

“But I think winning at a club like Manchester United is a big thing and you quickly learn that. You have to win at that club. Every manager needs a bit of time and whoever is at Man United needs a bit of time to understand the club, the size and how it works.”

United midfielder Michael Carrick has sympathy for his former Old Trafford boss Moyes.








He said: “It was a tough time. I think we can all say that with Sir Alex Ferguson leaving and the changes that happened after that.

“It was a tough season, there’s no getting away from that. We had some success in the Champions League and we weren’t too far away from getting past Bayern in the quarter-finals so it’s fine margins I think.

“When you look at it, it just didn’t work that season and unfortunately for David, he lost his job, so I’m sad how it finished but that’s football.

“If you don’t get the results, and you’re the manager, you suffer for it.”

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Post  The Yakker on 2017-04-09, 10:22 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Sunderland boss David Moyes: The best is yet to come

UNDER-FIRE Sunderland boss David Moyes reckons his best years as a manager are still ahead of him.


By Clive Hetherington and Michael Dean / Published 9th April 2017


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David Moyes has managed Preston, Everton, Man United, Real Sociedad and now Sunderland
Today he welcomes former club Manchester United – who sacked him three years ago – as the threat of relegation looms large for the rock-bottom Black Cats.
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But Moyes, who this week issued a public apology for telling a female radio reporter she risked “a slap’’, believes a trophy-winning future awaits him.

Moyes made his name in an 11-year stint as Everton boss before being chosen to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford.

Difficult spells with Real Sociedad and now Sunderland, who he joined last summer, have further undermined Moyes’ credentials.


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Sunderland boss David Moyes wrote:“I still think the best is still to come, that’s the way I look at it”


But the Scot, 53, said: “Management changes – there are different stages in managerial careers.

“I still think the best is still to come, that’s the way I look at it, I really do. I’m looking forward to winning trophies and being successful again.’’

Moyes feels that winning the EFL Cup has made life easier for Jose Mourinho in his first season as United boss than it was for him in only nine months in the job.

He said: “You have to win trophies at Manchester United and Jose has a trophy under his belt quickly. I lost to Sunderland on penalty kicks in the League Cup semi-final.

“It’s small margins at times which can change things. That’s what I’m talking about now – if we can get a small margin to go our way, it could alter things.

“But I think winning at a club like Manchester United is a big thing and you quickly learn that. You have to win at that club. Every manager needs a bit of time and whoever is at Man United needs a bit of time to understand the club, the size and how it works.”

United midfielder Michael Carrick has sympathy for his former Old Trafford boss Moyes.








He said: “It was a tough time. I think we can all say that with Sir Alex Ferguson leaving and the changes that happened after that.

“It was a tough season, there’s no getting away from that. We had some success in the Champions League and we weren’t too far away from getting past Bayern in the quarter-finals so it’s fine margins I think.

“When you look at it, it just didn’t work that season and unfortunately for David, he lost his job, so I’m sad how it finished but that’s football.

“If you don’t get the results, and you’re the manager, you suffer for it.”
The best is yet to come ....where at ? you have shown me nowt this season
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Post  Roker roar on 2017-04-09, 11:48 pm

Probably leon.....he wouldn't be that daft surely?
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