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Moyes Coming Back?

After lasting just ten months as the heir to the throne vacated by Sir Alex Ferguson, we await the return of David Moyes to a managerial role.

Moyes, 51 years of age, admits to having had two or three very good offers since being axed by Manchester United but you get the impression that he might also be considering taking an extended break from the game with our former boss remarking in the media

"Another possibility is to have a break and enjoy watching football."

"What I know for sure is that I have moved on."


What`s your opinion?

Should, having fallen off of his horse (as the saying goes) Moyes get straight back on?

Or

Should Moyes take some serious time out to re-charge his batteries, assess where he envisages his career going and perhaps try something different for a few months?




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 2 2014

Time: 12:55PM

Your Comments

It's a bit of a dilemma for him really. I know people say by succeeding Fergie he was on a hiding to nothing but I think he's irreparably damaged his reputation to the point where he won't ever be trusted with a big club again, he's doomed himself to mid-table mediocrity. No-one can ignore taking the league champions, a team that have dominated the premier league for 2 decades playing attacking football and turn them into a predictable, one-dimensional, boring mid-table side.

Whatever he does best of luck to him, as long as he stays away from our club I couldn't care less.
TheFamousNo7
You can spot a VitalChelsea muppet a mile off by the incessant use of hashtags, lols, rofls and other guff. The irony involved in a Chelsea fan calling United fans gloryhunters must escape you.
TheFamousNo7
All them jellied eels must do something to there minds Famous. Don't know what he's laughing at anyway how many trophies did Mourinho win last season? Moyes may have lost his job but at least he won something :-P
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