Criticisms continue to trail Manchester United’s embarrassing 3-0 defeat at home to Liverpool on Sunday in the Barclays Premier League, and this time its from an experienced and outspoken fan Ray, who told Youtube channel Full Time Devils that David Moyes is everything that is wrong with the club.
United, who won the league for a record 20th time last season under Sir Alex Ferguson, are seventh on the log and 12 points off the top four, already out of the FA Cup and on the verge of crashing out of the Champions League if they fail to overturn a 2-0 deficit from the first-leg against Olympiacos on Wednesday.
Ray vented his frustration at Moyes’ naïve coaching team, tagging them “Preston and Everton standard” and not United standard.
He went ballistic on Moyes, adding that the Scot lacks charisma, and always has his hands in his pockets at the sidelines even when his team is losing.
Ray maintained that such a persona can’t lead a great club with colossal pedigree, siting Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho’s commanding approach and Eric Cantona’s supremo character.
He believes Moyes doesn’t belong at Old Trafford, because he can’t inspire the team the way Mourinho does, he lacks tactical depth and all he plays is “stone age football”.
The video already has over 60,000 views on YouTube, and this is what Ray said:
“The manager and all his coaching staff are Preston standard, they’re Everton standard, they’re not Man United standard.
“It is time they packed their bags.
“You look for some inspiration from your manager and he is stood there with his hands in his pockets.
“He hasn’t got a Scooby Doo what he’s doing. I was here when Matt Busby stepped down and they did exactly the same thing. They brought a guy in, Wilf McGuinness.
“18 months later they had to run Wilf McGuinness out of town. But four years after that, United were in the second division.
“And this guy is doing exactly the same thing, he’s ripped the heart out of it, he’s ripped the soul out of it, he’s ripped the passion out of the team.
“We should have had (Jose) Mourinho. Mourinho would have walked in and said ‘I’m here’. Like Eric Cantona who arrived and went ‘I’m here, I belong
here.’ This fella doesn’t believe he belongs here, and he doesn’t.
“I wouldn’t mind if you could see that he had a plan. If you could see that he made a change and we looked better, but he never made one change that
improved us. His tactics and his team from the start was bobbins. We were so easy to play against.
“It is Stone Age football this guy is playing.”