David Moyes has aimed a dig at
Manchester United, claiming the club haven’t progressed since he was sacked in 2014.
The Scot was tasked with the huge task of succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford. Having enjoyed one of the best managerial careers in history, replacing him was going to be very much tasking, but Moyes was trusted with the role, considering his excellent job at Everton.
However, Moyes lasted just nine months at the helm, with club chiefs opting to relieve him of his duties after an underwhelming start to his Red Devils tenure. He was replaced in the interim by Ryan Giggs.
Since his then, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and current boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have all struggled to return United to their glory days.
And Moyes have aimed at his former side.
“I feel that since I took over to where they are just now, I don’t think there’s an awful lot of difference,” he told TalkSport.
“When I took over it was needing a change and needing a turnaround of players, and that was all going to take time.
“I feel like in the four years or so since I was managing there, it’s probably not moved on much more.
“It’s quite similar, they’re still saying there needs to be changes and has to be things done.
“That time since I left hasn’t been used awfully well.”