Hold the Back Page – Are United and Moyes “in crisis”?

HTBP seaniemacNeil Sherwin is joined by Willie Gannon and Michael Orr to discuss a host of Premier League action before previewing the MLS Cup and Friday’s World Cup draw.

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The first half of the podcast reviews two Premier League gameweeks and, unsurprisingly, Manchester United’s home loss to Everton is the starting point. With David Moyes’ side in ninth after 14 games, is it still too early to push the panic button?

Arsenal continue to go about their business efficiently, while Manchester City finally got a win away from the Etihad Stadium, and Willie is feeling a little bit better after four points in four days for Spurs.

Michael Orr jumps in for the second half of the show to discuss MLS Cup and which of the two sides needs the win more. There’s discussion on some of the key players for both Sporting Kansas City and Real Salt Lake, before the focus turns to the end of season awards with Ireland’s Robbie Keane heavily involved.

The final topic of the week is the World Cup draw and the lads offer their thoughts on what they would like to see to round off a long and diverse podcast.

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  1. Yes…and No. Utd ARE IN BIG CRISIS, Moyes isn’t. He’s used to mid-table obscurity. Just amazing how an old fogey’s belligerence can take a big Club down. If Ferguson didn’t trick the Glazers to appoint David “Dud” Moyes, Utd could have done a proper diligence, got themselves a top manager and carried on at or near the top.

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