David Moyes’s time at Old Trafford was not a happy memory for both the Scottish manager as well as Manchester United fans. But the current West Ham manager still thinks that his former employers are the biggest club in the world and Old Trafford is a special stadium for him.
David Moyes said “It is extra special for anybody, it is such a special place to go. t’s a wonderful club, a brilliant place to be, the biggest club in the world for me for what it stands for and I look forward to going back. It’s not an easy place to go, I don’t think anyone expects it to be but we will go up there and hopefully give it a right good go. I think the difference between Ole and me is that Ole has been given time but I have to say he is doing a good job, bringing lots of academy players through which is something they have always stood for. They have always had great values over the years and one of the biggest ones was to promote their young players and they have got some very exciting ones there now.”
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