David Moyes

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Possible Manchester United Starting Line up against Everton

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Possible Manchester United Starting Line up against Everton - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

David Moyes returns to a familiar territory at Goodison Park as Everton play hosts to Manchester United in a high voltage clash on Sunday. Roberto Martinez's side were handed a shock loss by Crystal Palace in midweek which somehow dented their Champions League aspirations.

Will Martinez do the double over Moyes?

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Will Martinez do the double over Moyes? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Roberto Martinez has the opportunity to heap more pressure on Manchester United manager David Moyes this season. The Everton boss, who is one of the candidates for manager of the season, saw his side win at Old Trafford in the previous clash and he will be hoping for another Man Utd scalp when he welcomes them to Goodison on Sunday.

Juan Mata certain Manchester United will sign top players this summer

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Manchester United attacker Juan Mata has moved to assure fans that the club's transitional period will not effect the club in the long term, and that he fully expects top players to arrive at Old Trafford in the summer.

Moyes plots move for €30m Argentine midfielder

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Moyes plots move for €30m Argentine midfielder - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Manchester United manager David Moyes was on a scouting trip in Portugal to watchBenficabeatPorto3-1 in the semi-finals ofthe Taca de Portugal.

That the Red Devils need a central midfielder in the summer is known to all and they've been linked with several players from Portuguese league in the last 12 months, so naturally with the presence of Moyes in the stands, Portugal press are speculating whom Moyes must have scouted.

Man Utd boss David Moyes goes on scouting mission to Benfica vs Porto

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Manchester United manager David Moyes was in Portugal last night to scout three players ahead of the summer transfer window. The Scot flew to Lisbon...

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Manchester United Transfer: €110m worth of players scouted by Moyes

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Manchester United manager David Moyes has been on a scouting mission again. He has been to Italy and Germany before, and now reports emerging that he was in Portugal last night to watch Benfica beat Porto 3-1 in the semi-finals ofthe Taca de Portugal.

2014’s Manchester United: some notes

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Sir Alex Ferguson loves horses. He's also a metaphors man. (Probably.) So it's no surprise that he'd mentioned Devon Loch, both horse and metaphor, a few times in managerial career. Devon Loch is, for those that stumble upon something interesting and think "yeah, here's something I could use to introduce a piece of writing one day", the horse that crumbled under pressure.

Huge wages the key to United’s target?

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Manchester United are set to offer £260,000-a-week to Toni Kroos, in an attempt to lure the German international away from the Allianz Arena this summer, after David Moyes has realised that his already uncertain future could be under even more intense scrutiny if he fails to secure world class signings.

United close in on deal for £35m midfielder

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Reports today suggest that Manchester United have agreed a deal worth £35m for Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho, which will bring the defensive midfielder to Old Trafford after the World Cup, as David Moyes looks to bolster his options in the middle of the park.

United have scouted Carvalho intensely this season and the 22-year-old was also on the radar of a host of other top European clubs including Liverpool, Monaco, Inter Milan and Real Madrid but talkSPORTsuggests that Ed Woodward has managed to get his man this time around as indeed had the Mirror a few weeks ago after failing spectacularly with bids for Ander Herrera and Cesc Fabregas last season.

All we need is Shinji Kagawa

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How strange it is to be watching Manchester United treat the closing weeks of a season as a sandbox rather than a run-in. With their every trophy-hunting hope having been dashed by mid-April all that is now left for David Moyes is a period of extended limbo, ripe for experimentation.

The products of this tinkering could yet decide whether he remains at Old Trafford after the summer, as if the board wish to judge him on his workings rather than the underwhelming final results of the Scot's first campaign.

Klopp on United’s radar

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Manchester United could target Jurgen Klopp as replacement for David Moyes if they decide the Scotsman is not the right man to guide the club forward after a disastrous inaugural campaign at Old Trafford, which has seen the Reds fall 20 points behind league leaders Liverpool.

Last week it had emerged that United had met Holland manager Louis Van Gaal and even though the rumours were then swiftly denied by the club, the news was enough to place Moyes' future under a cloud, particularly as an increasing number of fans seem to have turned on him.

United veteran keen to stay

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Since taking over the club in July, David Moyes has repeatedly stressed the need to rebuild his team and part ways with many players of the current crop, regardless of how successful or how important to the club they might be.

It is, therefore, slightly surprising to see one players widely expected to leave Old Trafford this summer declaring that he's determined to continue playing football with Manchester United, yet that's exactly what Rio Ferdinand did yesterday, when he announced his intentions to remain at the club beyond the summer.

Man Utd winger Antonio Valencia: ‘David Moyes hasn’t given me a chance’

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Antonio Valencia has criticised the selection policy of Manchester United boss David Moyes. The Ecuadorian winger says he hasn't been given a...

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RoM Reads

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Scott writes for Bleacher Report about why David Moyes should be sacked.

The Telegraph claims that Wayne Rooney isn't earning anywhere near the £300k-a-week that was initially reported.

The Guardian discusses life for United outside of Europe.

Pride of all Europe wonders whether United will hold on to Moyes despite lack of success, like Arsenal and Wenger.

Has Moyes Created A Monster He Can’t Control?

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One of David Moyes' projected highlights to come from his first few months as Manchester United boss comes in the form of Wayne Rooney.

Simply that he is still a United player.

At the point of taking the reigns, it seemed that Rooney was as good as gone after becoming disillusioned by life at OT having played second fiddle to Robin van Persie all last year.

After Munich, is David Moyes facing a Manchester United meltdown?

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After Munich, is David Moyes facing a Manchester United meltdown? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Overcoming the European Champions and probably currently the best club side in the world was never going to be an easy task. If United could have achieved it however, it would have given their season, and the beleaguered manager, a massive boost.

United “not far away” from Europe

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David Moyes yesterday insisted that Manchester United will be back in the Champions League within a season or two and that while the 3-1 defeat to Bayern Munich was hard to take, there were plenty of positives to be drawn from United's performance at the Allianz Arena.

Not surprisingly given the way he's conducted himself this season, Moyes also emphasised the need to rebuild the team and, if he's allowed to remain in charge, one feels last night might have been the last European game in red for a few players who could follow Nemanja Vidic out of the door in the summer.

David Moyes Get’s the Wind Literally Knocked Out of Him

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David Moyes got the wind knocked out of him quite literally and it had nothing to do with to-nights loss to Bayern Munich either?

Moyes was lucky enough it wasn't a few inches lower or it could have been lights out after Chris Smalling's clearance was deflected by Franck Ribery into the under-fire United's mid-rift.

Sir Alex Ferguson is to Blame for Manchester United’s Poor Season

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Despite scoring first against Bayern Munich both home and away, Manchester United were totally outclassed over the two legs, and the gulf between both sides was plain to see, where the best Manchester United could do was to block their penalty area with eight players in hopes of stifling Bayern.

After losing 4-2 on aggregate to Manchester United, and exiting the UEFA Champions League, the season for the Red Devils is effectively over.

Bayern Munich 3-1 Manchester United: Five observations

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Bayern Munich 3-1 Manchester United: Five observations - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Bayern Munich endured a shock Manchester United lead in the second half but turned the game on its head as the Bavarians ran out 3-1 winners at the Allianz Arena. Patrice Evra gave United the lead with a thunderous effort but Mario Mandzukic restored parity seconds later.

David Moyes: ‘Man Utd’s transfer targets are keen to join us even without Champions League’

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Manchester United manager David Moyes says the club has had a quiet word with players they plan to sign this summer and none of them are deterred by the lack of Champions League football. Speaking after tonight's Champions League elimination at Bayern Munich, Moyes claimed that not being in next year's competition would not [.

David Moyes: ‘Man Utd’s transfer targets are keen to join us even without Champions League’

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Manchester United manager David Moyes says the club has had a quiet word with players they plan to sign this summer and none of them are deterred by the lack of Champions League football. Speaking after tonight's Champions League elimination at Bayern Munich, Moyes claimed that not being in next year's competition would not [.

Shinji Kagawa starts for Man Utd vs Bayern Munich, plus full team news

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#mufc XI: De Gea; Jones, Smalling, Vidic, Evra; Fletcher, Carrick; Valencia, Rooney, Kagawa; Welbeck Manchester United (@ManUtd) April 9, 2014 David Moyes has handed Shinji Kagawa a start in tonight's Champions League quarter final second leg at Bayern Munich. The Japan international was in impressive form during the weekend win over Newcastle and has [.

Bayern Munich vs Manchester United: Preview, Likely Line-Ups & Prediction

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Quarterfinal, Bayern Munich vs Manchester United

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After a pulsating 1-1 draw at Old Trafford last week, holders Bayern Munich are well placed to advance to the semi finals of the Champions League in midweek.

Why Manchester United Will Continue To Pursue Toni Kroos

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The Daily Telegraph's Oliver Brown recently wrote: "More than William Carvalho at Sporting Lisbon, or Ilkay Gündogan at Borussia Dortmund, it is Kroos who potentially offers the single most effective antidote to United's midfield malaise."

What Toni Kroos represents to Manchester United is the midfield engine, which has been missing at the club since the departure of Roy Keane.

Manchester United’s tentative recovery due for a real test at Bayern

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Manchester United's tentative recovery due for a real test at Bayern - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Taking over from Sir Alex Ferguson was not going to be east, but perhaps there's just the beginning of an indication that David Moyes and Manchester United may be getting accustomed to each other.

Real Madrid Handover Transfer Boost to Manchester United

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Real Madrid have given a big transfer boost to Manchester United. Reports have emerged today that Los Blancos already have a deal in place for Benfica left back Guilherme Siqueira which means United can step up their pursuit of Madrid's second choice left back Fabio Coentrao.

Video: Juan Mata is coming up with the goods now, says Man Utd boss David Moyes

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Manchester United manager David Moyes has suggested that the club's record signing Juan Mata is starting to get into his stride at his new side. After scoring his first goal against Aston Villa last week, he weighed in with two goals and an assist at Newcastle today. Moyes heralded the Spaniard's improvement.

Manchester United show interest in highly rated Greek Defender

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Manchester United are in the market to replace Inter Milan bound Nemanja Vidic and they have reportedly set their eyes on young Olympiakos defender Konstantinos Manolas.

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Five observations from Manchester United’s 4-0 win over Newcastle

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Five observations from Manchester United's 4-0 win over Newcastle - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

A dominating performance from Manchester United enabled them to a 4-0 win over Newcastle United in the lunch time kick-off at Tyneside on Saturday afternoon.

A thumping free kick from the star of the show, Juan Mata gave the Reds Devils a half time lead before the Spaniard showed great feet to make it 2-0 minutes after the restart.

How Manchester United Can Beat Bayern In 3 Steps

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On Tuesday night, Manchester United put in an admirable performance against the reigning European champions, Bayern Munich to earn themselves a 1-1 draw at OldTrafford. The desire and discipline shown by the players was crucial to United's success. However equally as essential was the way manager David Moyes set up the team.

Video: Man Utd boss David Moyes will be involved in future title races ‘for sure’

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Manchester United manager David Moyes says it's "for sure" that he will be involved in future title races. With United out of contention this season, Moyes expects the title race to go down to the wire. He insists his only interest is getting as many points as possible for United, but says his focus will [.

Are United becoming the new Arsenal?

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Amongst all the debate and speculation surrounding David Moyes' position at Manchester United, it raises many different opinions and views on the future of the club. One thing is for sure, domestically we've been appalling. No excuses, it's been unacceptable.

There are plenty who feel Moyes should have been sacked ten times over.

Manchester United plotting £50m double swoop for England’s future

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Manchester United are reportedly dead-set on Southampton pair Adam Lallana and Luke Shaw, with a colossal £50m double swoop primed for the summer.

The pair have come to the fore this season in what has been a tremendous campaign for the Saints, and are very much part of Roy Hodgson's England setup.

Possible Manchester United Starting Lineup Against Newcastle

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Possible Manchester United Starting Lineup Against Newcastle - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Manchester United travel to St. James' Park on Saturday to take on Newcastle United, with David Moyes eager to maintain their good little impressive form away from home.

This has been one hell of a frustrating season for the Champions, who are languishing seventh in the Premier League table, but Moyes will be buoyed by his team's recent performances.

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Two defenders and a striker on Moyes’ radar

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David Moyes might have endured a dismal inaugural campaign at Old Trafford, but by now the United manager must have earned at least two life-times worth of air miles, given the regularity with which he flies across the continent to scout potential transfer targets.

Moyes was at it again yesterday, as he flew to Lisbon for the semifinal of the Portuguese Cup between Benfica and Porto, where he apparently scouted three of the many "top targets" he has on his book ahead of the summer.

Moyes, Evra and the end of an era: five things we’ve learnt from Bayern vs United

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As of last night, United's season is as good as over. The upset we had dreamt of even more intensely for those 22 seconds between Evra's goal and Mandzukic's equaliser wasn't to be and United, for the first time in a long while, have absolutely nothing to play for between now and May.

Here's five things we've learnt last night.

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Mata: This season isn’t just Moyes’ fault

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With reports in the press suggesting that David Moyes could lose his job at the end of the season and be replaced with a manager with a proven European pedigree, Juan Mata has urged everyone at United to stick together and not look to point the finger of blame.

"We have to be together," said Mata.

Please sack him – now

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I genuinely wanted to support whoever replaced Sir Alex Ferguson until the bitter end. I've always enjoyed the siege mentality that our former manager instilled in us and was ready to back his replacement.

When David de Gea replaced Edwin Van der Sar, the press ate him up for breakfast. That first game against City in the Charity Shield was a nightmare.

Everton vs Arsenal: Toffees Must Seize Their Champions League Chance

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Back in June 2013, Roberto Martinez was unveiled to the media as Everton's new manager. To his left, the Toffees' wide-eyed chairman Bill Kenwright waxed lyrical over the acquisition of the Catalan, rattling off the credentials that convinced him the former Wigan boss was the right man to take Everton forward.