Daily Talking Point Debate: Who Is to Blame for Manchester United Malaise?

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Daily Talking Point Debate: Who Is to Blame for Manchester United Malaise?
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The problems at Manchester United deepened after Darren Bent claimed a last-gasp point for Premier League bottom club Fulham at Old Trafford on Sunday.

The 2-2 draw leaves David Moyes' team nine points off the Champions League places in a disappointing season for the Red Devils.

Moyes claimed the draw with Fulham was "as bad as it gets", as Mark Ogden of the Daily Telegraph reported.

But who is to blame for the poor defence of the Premier League title this season?

Are the current manager and his backroom staff the right people for the job?

Are the Manchester United squad good enough to challenge for silverware?

Does former manager Sir Alex Ferguson have a part to play in the team's current plight?

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Fergie for the squad. David Gill for leaving at the same time as Fergie which didn't help. Moyes for getting rid of all the back room staff
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We all know the answer, its Moyes. His attitude, tactics and mentality is all wrong. We are 6th in the league with a stronger team than last year, whi...
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While most supported Moyes’ appointment essentially due to his being the handpicked successor of SAF, he was never the most popular choice. Mour...
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Ferguson.....and partly moyes,since I think he knew that Man U was too big for him.(Chelsea and football fan)
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The fact is, Man United didn't win the title last season, everyone else lost it. We are having exactly the same problems this season, as we have for t...
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How a world wide club and business can appoint one of the most prestigious jobs in football without going through a proper process of elimination and ...
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