Ex-United boss piles pressure on his successor at Old Trafford.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson had some strong words of warning for David Moyes in a speech he have at a recent UEFA coaching seminar, according to Sports Direct News.
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Ferguson brought the curtain down on a hugely successful 27-year career with the club at the end of last season and stepped aside for the former Everton boss to take over.
The 71-year-old is now the chairman of the UEFA Elite Club Coaches Forum and was quoted on the official UEFA website as saying: “It’s a results industry. If you aren’t winning games, you’re out.
“So the preparation that your coaching badges can give you is very important”, Ferguson added.
“If top players think they should receive special treatment, or if they have a vanity about them, maybe they shouldn’t go into coaching.”
Ferguson collected an impressive array of silverware during his time at the Theatre of Dreams, including 13 Premier League titles, two Champions League trophies and five FA cups, but could only watch on helplessly as the side slumped to a 1-0 defeat to Moyes’ old side Everton on Wednesday night.
United have already dropped 20 points this season, which is stark in contrast to the 25 they dropped over the entirety of the previous campaign and now Moyes faces a difficult battle to win back the title from so far behind.
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