New Manchester United boss David Moyes has had a tough start to his Old Trafford career.
The Scotsman knew that he was faced with the impossible job to replace probably the best manager the world has ever seen, Sir Alex Ferguson, when he agreed to take over at Old Trafford, but if he is to do this he must be given the chance.
United started the season well with a victory over Swansea at the Liberty Stadium, but a poor performance against Chelsea and a loss to big rivals Liverpool have left The Reds with their worst start to a Premier League campaign in five years.
This proves a worrying time for United fans who have seen a lack of transfer activity this summer.
But even if United fail to perform this year, the board must remain patient and back him all the way.
We’ve seen with both Manchester City and Chelsea that constantly changing managers is just about the worst thing a club can do.
It may take some time, possibly even three or four years, for Moyes to win his first trophy at United, but it should be no real concern if this is to be the case.
Moyes is as good a manager as anyone in the world and was chosen to take over United because he is simply the perfect fit for the club.
If anyone is to achieve what Sir Alex did in his near 27 years at Old Trafford then Moyes is that man.
United face Premier League new-boys Crystal Palace at Old Trafford in their next league game.
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