Former Manchester United and Everton Manager, David Moyes has come out and finally taken a swipe at his former Manchester Bosses, accusing them of not handing him more time.
In a recent sit down with journalist from The Mail yesterday, the manager said that his ex bosses where disrespectful and had even failed to notify him of his sack, hearing it rather from the media.
He said he woke up and arrived at the training ground at 4am on April 22 to train and strategize alone and thats when he got hold of the news.
Moyes Said: “I was devastated to lose the job because it was something I felt I could make a real success of. We knew it was going to take time to make the necessary changes. It was going to take time to evolve. But we were in the process of making other important changes. In the end, I don’t feel I was given time to succeed or fail.”
Moyes tenure with Manchester United was tagged as a failure as the Red Devils could not maintain their Top four place and make this years Champions League.
Moyes stayed at the Manchester job for only 10 months after taking over from legendary Manchester united coach, Sir Alex Ferguson, who had led the team to countless trophy parades and Three decades of success.
Moyes first game as a Man Utd manager went well as they won 4-1 to Swansea, Manchester’s new man at the helm, Louis van Gaal had however this weekend lost 1-2 to the Welsh Team.