Tag Archive: moyes

May 15

EPL Clubs 2013-14 Season Tactical Review : An array of styles in midfield

Manchester City were crowned the Champions of England after what could be called as probably the most exciting premier league season ever. Last time City won the league, it was branded the best finish to the league, but Pellegrini and Co. were in the driving seat and chose to steer clear of any sort of …

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Mar 31

Alves and Welbeck pivotal for Barca and United on Tuesday: UCL Quarterfinals

Champions League returns to the fore with 8 teams locking horns in the Quarterfinal stage of the world’s most exciting competition. With most of the usual suspects managing to reach this stage, the draw was always going to be a complex affair. But, for those who expected some fierce matchups, Luis Figo’s hands delayed that …

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Mar 17

Manchester United 0 – 3 Liverpool: Rodger’s midfield diamond and Sterling’s selection pays off

While Chelsea might have lost at Villa Park and Manchester City do look beatable with every passing day, Liverpool and Arsenal are still considered by many to be “barely there” in terms of the title race. But Rodgers’ Liverpool team dodged a major bullet by beating Manchester United at Old Trafford in a game which …

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Feb 26

Olympiakos 2 – 0 Manchester United: United loose midfield battle to high pressing and quick counters, and Valencia disappoints again

The Champions League was the one competition in which David Moyes had maintained a surprising unbeaten record, and that streak came tearing down in Greece on Tuesday night. The Champions of Greece, Olympiacos, completely battered United over the 90 minutes and now take a 2 goal advantage to Old Trafford. Despite the United faithful still …

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Feb 11

Arsenal Manchester United preview: Mata – Rafael combo holds key in clash of out-of-form giants

The tone to this preview article swayed dramatically over the last 20 minutes of the United Fulham game on Sunday. Though David Moyes’ team does not inspire all the confidence these days but they were certainly expected to ease past the lowest ranked team in the League. Mata’s arrival in Manchester could have been the …

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