rss twitter facebook mobile

LIVE BLOG: David Moyes press conference – Fergie’s book, Rooney and Evra’s comments

About Scott

Scott is the editor of Red Matters - 50 Years of Supporting Manchester United and an author of Play Like Fergie's Boys and Not Nineteen Forever. He writes for ESPN, The Metro and Bleacher Report. Follow @R_o_M on Twitter.

View all posts by Scott »



  1. Rukky says:

    Im i…

  2. Rukky says:


  3. Rukky says:

    C’mon moyes give me something to smile about

  4. Rukky says:

    C’mon moyes give me something to smile about

  5. martin the Nairobian says:

    Moyes “We gave the ball away too much in our last game. We must do
    better in possession.”
    who can bet against me that the biggest culprit in giving the ball away vs soton will start tomorrow?
    simply because moyes doesn’t fancy the alternatives.

  6. Kagawabungabunga says:

    This will be a very long season…scruinity from the press,players shitting around to leave,others sad as they are benched for ages,posters around Ot begging for Support.
    I will support Moyes if we lose/win as long as the team is playing atleast to the level of the previous season.
    Otherwise the man and his coaching staff aren’t up for the job.

  7. samuel - united WE stand says:

    So, one player is the sole reason for an entire team of 11 lack of possession keeping? Yeah right.

  8. NBI Red Moyesy says:

    My oh my!!! SAF’s book causing serious waves!! This will definately take the attention of Moyes. It’s like 500 kicks to the balls. Ouch ouch ouch!

  9. Rukky says:

    Just read a column on Fergie’s refusal to let cr7 at perez’s first try. Talk about authority. Btw i dont agree that rooney is cause of the teams problem but i think kags should get a shot in no 10 role with nani and adjan now in the team

  10. mav says:

    Wait so he watched soceidad alot last season, but has no idea about the capabilities of his own players at united. His comments are baffling sometimes, but lets win this week boys


You must be logged in to post a comment.