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Manchester United: Five players to change Moyes' fortunes (1)

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It's no secret that David Moyes' start at Manchester United has been rather more like a toy car being pushed along by a child than the Bugatti speed he ideally wanted to get going at.

Of course, the season is still young - United are currently still in all four competitions, with 30 games to play in the Premier League, so all is not lost just yet.

It's also no secret that the team Sir Alex Ferguson left his compatriot behind is badly in need of freshening up.

New blood must be brought in - either to replace underperforming stars not justifying their wages or to keep the established guard on their toes and ensure everyone works hard to stake their place in the team.

The midfield has been lacking for far too long with Darren Fletcher's absence, and Tom Cleverley is not an adequate first-team replacement - even if he is a useful, home-grown squad player.

Anderson has had more than enough time to prove himself now, and Marouane Fellaini has started slowly - casting severe doubts over his £27.5million price-tag.

The defence could also do with some new faces, with no permanent back-line in place since Moyes took over.

Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra are all the wrong side of 30.

So who could come in and make United look like title winners again?

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Ezequiel Garay
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