April 22, 2014

Moyes sacked, Giggs step in

As mentioned in my previous post: The Time Has Come For a Change, I believe that Moyes time at United is over. For a team that won the League almost 24 months ago with 89 points, it is difficult to accept the current result from the works of Moyes...after 34 games with only 57 points...it's not difficult to see why Moyes is sacked.

So, what's next? 

With Moyes out of the picture, Giggs step in and named as temporary United boss. 

Giggs taking over from Moyes

Manchester United's most decorated player, will assume responsibility for the first team until a permanent replacement is found. 

The 40-year-old, who is studying for his Pro-Licence, has made a record 962 appearances for the club. He has won 13 Premier League titles and two Champions League titles since making his debut in 1991.

According to reports, he will be assisted by his former teammate Nicky Butt, who had been working with United’s reserve team.

United are yet to announce whether they will keep the rest of Moyes’ coaching staff, including assistant manager Steve Round, first-team coaches Phil Neville and Jimmy Lumsden and goalkeeping coach Chris Woods.

April 21, 2014

The time has come for a change?

Just 12 months ago, United were the English Champions. Today, they couldn't even beat Everton. Everton have always been a respectable side with plenty of grit and organisation. In this 2-0 victory over Manchester United they were made to look like Real Madrid.

It is difficult to find a reason for the current performance. The club has always been talking about "time" and "rebuilding", but how many poor performances will it take for the situation to be clear....Moyes has been given an entire season, even with a poorer performance than Spurs, he's still in charge, whereas Andres Villa Boas has been sacked. 


Time has been given...and the results don't lie. 

His post-match interview gives the fans all the more reasons to doubt him...

“We didn’t deserve to lose,” said David Moyes. But they did. 
Whilst United were trying to telegraph their football around, Everton were slickly passing and finding space in dangerous areas.

United may have had more possession, but they did little with it. The top pass combination of the match was Carrick to Fletcher. Midfielder under pressure to midfielder under pressure. No wonder United struggled to get the ball forward.

The search now goes deeper into history to find comparisons for when things were this bad for Manchester United. Not only is this the worst season Manchester United have experienced since the advent of the Premier League, it is now one of their worst for 40 years, since their emergence from the old Second division.

Rooney failed to repay the faith by Moyes

While it may be unfair to point fingers at Moyes, it is fair to say that his time is up. He's not the solution United is looking for.

Sorry pal! One season of poor performance is enough to evaluate Moyes...he's not the CHOSEN ONE. Fergie made mistakes too...


The other day when I went shopping with Yen Leng, I came across this in Cold Storage...

Couldn't helped myself...decided to try it...

It does look nice....Haven't got the time to try it as I was quite busy the other night....once I taste it, will gonna post it here for sure...

It only cost me about RM28, with the cup...

Some people used to ask me why not get those coffee bean, with much better aroma. The thing is, I'm a very lazy person....I love instant coffee because it's much easier to make. 

While it may not be the best, I'm hoping that it'll help me to enjoy my night study session. 

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