Smooth start has meant no need for Moyes to slam player.
Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic says that he and his team-mates have yet to receive the hairdryer treatment from new Red Devils head coach David Moyes since the Scot’s arrival at Old Trafford, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
Moyes took over from former United manager Sir Alex Ferguson earlier this summer after the legendary Glaswegian finally decided to bring an end to his trophy-laden 27 years in charge of the Premier League giants, with Moyes moving from Everton to replace his compatriot in the north west.
However, despite the top-flight champions having made an underwhelming start to the new Premier League season under Moyes, with United having picked up just four points from their opening three fixtures, including a 1-0 loss to arch-rivals Liverpool at Anfield in their last match, the Serbian international says that the team are still to witness the ‘hairdryer’ from the new man at the helm.
“No. Until now he didn’t really have any need to, like you say, hairdryer and shout at players, because at the moment everything is going smooth,” confirmed Vidic.
“The players are training well, and as long as it’s like that he won’t have any reason to do it. Hopefully it will stay like that.
“The training is different – different kind of routines – which is normal when the new manager comes.
“Obviously he’s brought his staff as well, who have worked with us for two months, and we’ve got to know each other more.
“It’s all positive – I think we are in good shape.”
Moyes arrived at Old Trafford after having spent eleven hugely successful years on Merseyside with the Toffees, during which time he oversaw 518 matches, winning 218 to give him an overall win percentage of 42, although he did fail to win any silverware at Everton.