Train MU, Moyes Confessing Shadowed Concerns
Melbourne – David Moyes did not deny that there is a sense of fear of failure related to his position as manager of Manchester United. But at the same time he was also sure that the work at the Red Devils right for her.
The big challenge awaits Moyes after he was appointed as the new manager of Manchester United replace Sir Alex Ferguson. Scottish man was required to continue the winning tradition of the Red Devils who have won so much success with Fergie.
Worry about that arise, Moyes does not deny it. But the taste is actually used as motivation to strive for the best results.
“There is always an element of fear that comes along when you become a manager of a club like Manchester United. It makes you continue to work, it makes you focus and keeps you focused on them,” Moyes said in The Sun.
Even so, the 50-year-old coach believes that Manchester United is the right job for him. He was hoping to meet the expectations upon him.
“All the people who receive this work will have doubts. But in my own way I tell if this is the right job for me at the right time and hopefully I can run it.”
“I do not say that everything will go smoothly, but I feel comfortable with my position,” said Moyes.