So, the fate of 10-month-old Manchester United manager has finally been decided by the club bosses who sacked him for miserable performance from the defending champions in this Premier League season. This is one of the most obvious decisions being taken by a club; in fact, many experts were calling for this sacking months before when United first broke its own record of losing a maximum number of consecutive home games. Factually, this is not a surprise for anyone coz Moyes could never be a team leader for once Alex’s team who ruled Old Trafford for 26 long years. More importantly, he was the choice of resigning manager himself hence he had to support him in between but could no longer convince the bosses about his skill and talent to lead a team like Manchester United. The much expected decision was announced after a long meeting with club’s vice chairman Ed Woodward. As far the substitute is concerned, player-coach Ryan Giggs would be in charge for the time being or until a suitable permanent placement is found. Though, there is no further news about more sackings, but close sources say that coaches Steve Round and Jimmy Lumsden are also asked to leave their jobs.
Curious media personnel have long been raising this question in front of club bosses, but no one of the Glazer family ever answered the speculations of sacking the Scott. Perhaps, United’s website also never refused or accepted the rising demand for sacking Moyes amid down to earth show throughout the season. However, club has now issued a short statement on Tuesdays where it crisply said, “would like to place on record its thanks for the hard work, honesty and integrity he brought to the role.” The 50-year-old Scottish football manager has had a reputation of being with a side for years fruitfully and that could be the reason Alex would have chosen him to replace him as he had served Everton for six long years with proven results.
English clubs are known for punishing any non performing manager or player immediately and for that reason, when United has been deteriorating its position day by day, everyone was raising a question why Glazers are giving him another chance when United’s status is on the sake. Not to mentioned, United is on the bank of sustaining its lowest ever ranking on the leaderboard with just few games are remaining. Anyways, Moyes would always remember the gratitude he enjoyed during his 49 games old regime at the Old Trafford, good luck to him!