EPL: Why I cried when Man Utd sacked David Moyes – Marouane Fellaini

Marouane Fellaini

EPL: Why I cried when Utd sacked Moyes – Marouane Fellaini

Former Manchester United player, Maroune Fellaini, has revealed that he cried when Moyes was sacked as manager by the Devils because he how much the Scottish wanted to succeed at Old Trafford.

Moyes left Everton in July 2013 to become United manager, following the retirement of Sir Ferguson after a 27- stint at the club.

Fellaini followed Moyes over from Everton to United, signing a deal worth £27.5m on transfer deadline day in the summer of 2013.

Moyes was eventually sacked after just ten in at United.

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“I was sad for him when he was sacked because I know how much he wanted to succeed,” Fellaini told The Athletic.

“If you asked all the players at Everton what they think of Moyes, they will say how much of a nice person he is.

“I have said this since the beginning, if you give Moyes time, he will make a team. I have watched West Ham a few times this season. They’ve become a side that is difficult to beat.

“If I am honest, I cried when I found out Moyes lost his job at Manchester United. I thought he was going to stay for a long time.

“It was a sad day. I went to his to say goodbye before he said bye to everyone. I told him, ‘Good luck’. But it was a difficult time for me.

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“Moyes is a man, he has a big heart. That is why maybe he didn’t succeed at Manchester United, because he’s too nice.”

Moyes was often criticised for his tactics at United and left the club with a win percentage of 52.92 across 51 matches, while Fellaini stayed six years at United before he joined Chinese club Shandong Luneng in 2019.

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