Moyes on the Boyes: on the back foot at Swansea

Moyes On The Boys

Questions arise. Has the David Moyes post-match e-mail been replaced by a re-run of his general soundbites? Or was he just so disgusted by his team’s poor showing that he couldn’t be bothered? We may never know …

“It’s certainly a disappointing day; we didn’t get what we came for.

We were in good spirits and confident coming into the game, but we didn’t put that in to action.

We didn’t really get to grips with the game, we struggled with crossing the ball and we had a number of opportunities in the first half but just didn’t make the most of them.

Small things today didn’t go for us, Jermain [Defoe] missed his chance and there were a few more went begging. It just didn’t go our way.

We were on the back-foot after going behind and we just never really got back into the game.

We’ve been on a good run and we’re going to have to go on a number of good runs to be able to climb up the table and get the results we need over the course of the season.”

2 thoughts on “Moyes on the Boyes: on the back foot at Swansea”

  1. Made zero attempt to try and win the game, against the bottom team in the league, conceded the most goals and nine in the last two games. At 1-0 down his masterstroke bring on Januzaj, who contributed so little the clown had to bring on an auxiliary fullback to do his defensive duties for him.
    Should be axed for starting with the least creative, one paced, dour defensive midfield quartet in the clubs history. A phoney and fraud leeching a living out of the club.
    & before anyone starts we beat Leicester after he was forced to make 2 substitutions at half time taking off two of todays starters.

  2. The man is deluded. He got his tactics wrong by not being positive and attacking from the start. Picked the wrong starting 11, and should have subbed Seb and Pieinar at HT. Second half was as bad as it gets. I was optimistic last week, today full of gloom. And wet

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