Someone said :
Seriously though, Moyes has a hell of a job at United. The fact they won the league by so much last season after a ropey start hust show how good Alex Ferguson really was. The squad will probably (dons optimist hat) get them into the top 4 by the end of the season.
I can let the league slide for 2 seasons while he rebuilds (hopefully with a strong emphasis on youth) and maybe get a good cup run in there but I can see them and Liverpool slugging it out for the last spot with United shading it with a deeper squad (for now).
Should be quite the interesting season. Could spurs actually do it for once?
I didn't see the game today but I don't see why he "has a hell of a job".
They have amazing players.
Maybe the central defence could do with freshening up.
It is a wonderfully unpredictable season.
Mourinho seems to have made a terrible purchase with Eto'o and letting Lukaku and Moses go on loan.
Moyes seems to have made a blah signing with Fellaini.
City don't seem to be right.
Arsenal don't have a good enough centre forward.
Spurs, not enough REAL quality.
Liverpool, definitely not enough quality (Lucas and Henderson first choices).