Moyes: Fortunes will improve

David Moyes claims to see shoots of optimism at Manchester United and is confident their season will soon be back on track.

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solskjaer99 (Manchester United) says...

@red_devil83 About some things I know a lot more than Fergie, on others he knows a lot more than me, about Moyes I would say the evidence is on my side and the weight of it gets heavier as time goes by, it may devastate your entire world view to hear this but Fergie was wrong about Moyes. How can people like you say that our squad is average, even though by doing so you are contradicting Ferguson since he personally picked each and every one of them except Fellaini, yet at the same time effectively say 'Moyes must be the right man, despite all evidence to the contrary, because Fergie chose him and Fergie knows everything', tell me how you reconcile those two contradictory beliefs? Fergie got most things right, that's why he was such a great manager but since he's retired people like you have elevated him to some sort of infallible deity who can do no wrong. I know why you're doing it, if Fergie never makes a bad decision then it gives you some reason to believe in Moyes, whereas if you accept the reality that Fergie at times got things wrong then you might have to accept that he might have been wrong about Moyes. If Fergie was wrong about Moyes then you have to think of another reason why Moyes should have been given the United job, but there is no other reason, and that's your problem.

Posted 8:17pm 14th January 2014

red_devil83 (Manchester United) says...

@solskjaer99 So you think you know more than Fergie?

Posted 12:52pm 14th January 2014

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