Alex Ferguson, the manager of the century. How can David Moyes emulate the success of his predecessor. 1 season at a time would be the logical answer to that question. How hard will it be, harder than ever and even harder than harder. With each disappointing result, the moans and groans around Old Trafford, will get louder and louder. United Fans are proud of their success and dont fit the underdog equation.
If Moyes is to turn those moans and groans around Old Trafford, he needs to move quickly in the transfer market and make his mark on a side that next season will be tested like never before. With Alex Ferguson gone, a new mentality surely will take over, the Moyes mentality. Do the players still play the way Alex Ferguson wants them or do they change a successful mentality to a new untested mentality.
The toughest job in Premier League History has been handed to David Moyes. Will he cope with the pressure.? Can he motivate the side tactically to be a constant winning team and not underdogs.?
For me the ask is too much, but transitions happen in football and maybe a few barren seasons at Old Trafford will have an everlasting effect for years to come.