Manchester – Rio Ferdinand apparently had a less favorable season under the direction of David Moyes. Through his autobiography, # 2 Sides, the former Manchester United defender shed his frustration.
Moyes period in training ‘Red Devil’ is not up to one year. However, the performance of the team on the field is enough to describe how bad the leadership of him.
In addition to the bad tactics, Moyes also had called had a poor relationship with some players. Later, allegations the latter as confirmed by uneg–uneg Ferdinand issued.
In his autobiography which nukilannya serially reported by The Sun that, Ferdinand said that Moyes tactics are so negative and sometimes embarrassing.
“Innovation Moyes often lead to confusion and negative things,” Ferdinand wrote.
“The most puzzling is how he asked us to send the ball forward. Often he asked us to remove the bait longer. Several players feel they have to remove the bait longest during their career.”
“Sometimes, we are releasing bait tactics length, height, and diagonal crossing. Shameful. At home games against Fulham, we release 81 cross!” Next