Moyes unsure on West Ham future

Moyes unsure on West Ham future

Moyes unsure on West Ham future

United looked lackluster as they drew 0-0 with West Ham on Thursday, failing to score in back-to-back games for the first time since March 2016.

The truth is, though, the Red Devils have been underwhelming this season. But with City 19 points ahead of United there was no sense of elation at the final whistle from the Red Devils.

He's come in and I think the chairman would've told him we need to be a Premier League club next season, full stop.

Jose Mourinho's charges had a good spell with 10 minutes left to play and had the game by the scruff of the neck but could not carve out clear-cut chances.

The United boss said: 'What does he must do to impress me? "They are not of Manchester United standard".

"You watch Manchester City, Tottenham, Chelsea and Liverpool play - and sometimes Arsenal - and you can see the patterns of their attacking play".

"To be honest, it is something I have struggled to understand".

This was while Martial and Rashford, two of the hottest prospects in football sat on the bench, with rumours they are ready to quit the club circulating. We had the best chances, I believe, Adrian made a few saves and in the first half we had a double one. I know them better than anyone.

After the 1-0 defeat to Brighton last week, a furious Mourinho explained why some players feature in more matches than others, emphasizing on the fact that some of the players in that squad are not good enough individually. The game is about getting trophies and results and Jose Mourinho has proven he is the man to get them.

"I have played 36 games and if I play the next game it will be 37". "I play [Sergio] Romero, I play Daley Blind, I play [Eric] Bailly, I play Rashford, I play Martial, I play [Juan] Mata, but I have every player apart from [Marouane] Fellaini and [Romelu] Lukaku available and I don't go to the young players".

Luke Shaw almost scored his first goal for United in the opening period and tempers flared towards the end of the match, but visiting boss Jose Mourinho will not have cared too much.

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