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David Moyes shows all other managers up

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by donkey (U13757439) 10 January 2009
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With his completely honest response to the offside question. I cannot remember another manager having the dignity to do such a thing . Fair play to David the best manager in the league.

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posted Jan 10, 2009

Respect to Moyes, few managers would say that and be so candid. We (Hull) were poor today, and you did look very competent with the lead and then 2 goal cushion. Ive seen you play better and didnt really think you created that many chances but were always in control. With arsenal faltering and villas luck soon to run out hope you make the top four.

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posted Jan 10, 2009

SAF always has dignity.

No, really, he does.

He's very dignified.

Really, he is.

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posted Jan 10, 2009

brilliant Davey, shows rafa up doesn't it

in Moyes we trust

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posted Jan 10, 2009

How can Benitez have a go about ferguson wasnt he watching the derby last year and all of gerrards runs into the box falling over and its Benitez who tells him to do that

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posted Jan 10, 2009

Was nice to see. Moyes tells it like it is as usual.

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posted Jan 10, 2009

If Felliani does not play, who is going to prevent those freekicks getting past the hairy wall?

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posted Jan 11, 2009

Moyes is a good manager and does be honest, but failed to see Fellaini's two elbows to Turner's face during a corner (looked intentional to me), and the elbow to Zayatte i think it was.(not so intentional, but some referees would give a booking for it) Moyes was right in that he should of took him off at half-time. a yellow card every other game for Fellaini's sums him up, he is a good buy though regardless of his diciplinary record

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posted Jan 11, 2009

I started a thread about this not long ago. A lot of the other premiership managers, particularly those of the big 4 could all look to Moyes with regards to how to conduct themselves.

When a bad decision goes against you, you take it on the chin and move on, as a mature person would. You don't produce a pre-prepared list of incidences at a press conference, you don't get yourself a two game ban for remonstrating with ref on the pitch, you don't claim you 'didn't see it' every time anyone in your team fouls someone!!

Moyes is a credit to himself, to Everton, and to the league! Just wish there more like him!

(I would also include Harry Redknapp in this. He seems to be very dignified when decisions don't go his way.)

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posted Jan 11, 2009

I can't belive how much stick Moyes came in for on many websites over Fellani....after our 6th successive win!!

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posted Jan 13, 2009

If anyone's got any boots and is free on Saturday afternoon,how's about a kick about with some guys from across the park? You can bagsey up front if you like !

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