7 comments on “The Show-Stopper: Man United Vs Liverpool Preview

  1. One of the biggest problems Man Utd have and will continue to have until his (hopefully early) departure is David Moyes. This man has single handedly done more damage to United than the fleet of Luftwaffe bombers ever did, despite leveling Old Trafford in WW2.
    His team talks would have the most positive and inspired players reaching for the straight razor. His pre-match and post-match interviews are the stuff other teams and managers long to hear. “We can expect to lose more matches” etc. etc. Mid table Moyes comes with no pedigree, no history of trophy wins, 1 brief encounter with European Champs league, and a slew of mediocre performances at best. “Fergie struggled when he first joined Man Utd” I hear you chorus. Indeed he did with a lackluster under-performing team at that time. Moyes on the other hand inherited a team that had just won the Premier League! Yes, we do need replacements and many positions filled and refreshed, however this is a team that has lost its spirit, direction and belief. Besides Rooney who is now being paid an obscene amount to retain his services, other players (Van Persie, Vidic, Evra) are looking for pastures new and Champions League football which in all likelihood, will be missing from Utd’s events calender next season.
    In times past, Old Trafford was a fortress and proudly boasted its pseudonym “The Theatre of Dreams”. Those dreams have recently turned into nightmares and the fortress has become a shambolic shack easy roll-over for teams that would previously write that fixture off to an automatic loss or draw at best.
    Love Utd, Hate Moyes. Love Utd Hate Glazers.

    • Dear Mr. Wolf, thanks for the valued comment, I truly appreciate the readership, and though I agree with most of what you said, I still think a Man Utd vs Liverpool fixture is always something special. All bets are off for this one, so hang on to your seat. Cheers, Ryan

  2. Nice article!

    Liverpool’s away form, well they blow hot and cold. I am hoping for hot on the day! United are a shambles this season, but they will be up for this game for sure, so we will have to see.

    • HA! Slacker … great name – thanks for the endorsement mate. I’ll keep churning these out if you keep coming back. Thanks for the read

  3. Well the dust has settled and the backroom staff at Old Trafford have managed to collect all the empty champagne bottles and corks from the visitors dressing room after what can best be described as another Man Utd failure following Liverpool’s 0-3 beating of the Premier League Champions.
    How foreign that sounds now? Premier league Champions. Our performance was one best forgotten and worthy of a Conference League or Sunday Pub side, ill tempered and lacking any of the finesse or skills one would associate with current holders of the cup.
    David Moyes’s pre-match interview was another own goal, telling the press how Liverpool were in great form and that his side would “try their best”. Even Brendan Rogers commented that his comments were defeatist and negative.
    Manchester United are a team that has had it’s heart and soul not just removed but ripped out as we continue to turn in mediocre mid table performances under mid table Moyes. The unfurling of the classic banner by Liverpool supporters showing a typical Moyes moronic stare under the title of “David Moyes football genius” was sarcastically brilliant! Unfortunately for United the chosen Emperor has been exposed and is definitely without his new clothes.
    I would imagine even SAF is now starting to regret his decision and with the current and envisaged losses in revenue the Board surely has to stop the rot soon and remove this virus to prevent further damage. As I have stated from the word go, and I now hear many others joining the chorus, Moyes never was a Man Utd manager, never could be and hopefully soon will be no more. His sacking and removal of the backroom staff, despite protests from Fergie not to do so, was madness that King George would have been proud of. These were the coaching staff that had consistently worked alongside the master to put trophy after trophy in United’s cabinet. Rather than keep these high achievers, why not replace them with staff who hadn’t won so much as a Bingo game at the local social club.
    Give him time… I’d like to give him a rope or swimming pool hose to attach to his car exhaust, but I fear he’d bugger that up as well.
    I know the Ferguson era had to come to and end eventually, but at the hands of this “football genius” is too much to bear. I would urge the Board to cut their losses, bring Fergie in as an interim manager to stabilize the ship till the end of the season, appoint a big name manager or at least someone who’s up for the job, give them a war chest to bring in some decent players in the summer and get us back to where we belong – WINNING.
    Love Utd Hate Moyes, Love Utd Hate Glazers.

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