‘Moyes’ warns the new coach to ‘follow in the footsteps’ of the stonework

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West Ham United manager David Moyes has warned anyone joining the Red Devils at Manchester United will face hardships with high expectations for their success. Sirlex Ferguson created

Moyes as the first manager to be brought in after Sir Alex announced his retirement in 2013, before Moyes took on the reputation he had accumulated from his A-team job. Everton Left at Old Trafford as he was sacked after just 10 months in charge.

Moyes, speaking to The Ufabet, said he was not ready to take up the job. 

But admits taking over United It is different from other clubs in the world.

“I had enough experience during that time, I spent 11 years in the Premier League with a good level of performance and building up Everton. But at United, I think I might need the opportunity to grow it,” Moyes said.

“You talk about players who come to the Premier League and need some time to settle in, it doesn’t mean I need time in the Premier League. But I need time at the club to find myself. Find out what you can do and the truth is I just want to carry on the work Sir Alex has done.”

“I can’t be Sir Lex. But I want to continue the model they have. Develop a less embarrassed player. Bringing Young Players to the Team Try to play in a style that suits them. That’s what I thought.”

“I just looked back with admiration. It was an honor to be given the opportunity to work on such a large scale. Too bad it’s only 10 months. I think if I could get a little more time. I could have done better.”

“But in the end, I can only blame myself. Because I need to manage the team to win more.”

Moyes went on to say that Manchester United’s failures in the last decade Maybe it doesn’t really depend on the manager at all. But it’s about Sir Alex’s great success.

“I heard that United need a top coach to make the difference. 

United used to hire Jose Mourinho, Louis van Gaal who are considered to be two of the best coaches in the world. great coach both are winners One is an incredible coach, one is a huge winner

. I didn’t put myself in that group. But they have some great managers. But their difficulty now is Finding the same tempo they found under Sir Alex. which when you look back It’s unbelievable. It really is.”

“You go back and look at the history of football at different stages. In the era of Brian Cluff (with Nottingham Forest), Sir Bobby Robson (at Ipswich), even Don Revy (with Leeds United)”

” Howard Wilkinson said to me, “David, if you told me earlier, I’ll tell you whoever does this kind of work. Most find it very difficult to accomplish.”