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Nice and Early!

On his first official day in his new role as the manager of Manchester United, David Moyes was an early starter.

We understand that he breezed into the Carrington training facility at 08:00 hours, keen to get started in his new role.

Furthermore, it hasn`t taken long during his first day in charge for it to be announced that Steve Round has been employed as his assistant, Chris Woods as the goalkeeping coach and Jimmy Lumsden as a coach.

Hopefully, these four can play a major part in keeping us where we are when Sir Alex Ferguson called it a day, namely on top of the pile!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday July 1 2013
Time: 1:08PM

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"Chris Woods as the goalkeeping coach" Lets hope he continues the fine work of the previous gk coach who has helped De Gea immensely. I still think all the staff we have let go will be sorely missed, especially Mike Phelan.
Kanchelskis
01/07/2013 14:21:00
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Ohhhh Fancy Bold text.
Kanchelskis
01/07/2013 14:21:00
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fancy bold text fix until red boy gets a chance to sort it out :P Hopefully we'll now see some serious movement and progress made with the squad. Backroom staff sorted now to get some players in, get some deadwood out and sort out the Rooney situation. If that is all done before the start of the season if say its a promising start.
TheFamousNo7
01/07/2013 16:05:00
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A little worried that we have now changed a lot of the coaching staff. Meulenstein and Phelan were two important figures. However they have been teplaced with personel that have already worked in the PL and with Moyes, I guess a new start is needed. Moyes now need to get Rooney to commit, sell Ando and replace him with Thiago. Would also love to see Welbz get replaced with Lewandowski, which however is highly unlikely. There is still hope for a Ronny return as long as he has not signed a new contract.
nordkap
01/07/2013 18:21:00
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Now that he's officially in charge hopefully we'll see some progress in the transfer market. Only time will tell how the coaching staff changes will affect us.
MotorMad
02/07/2013 08:12:00
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