‘I am going home’: David Moyes’s exit from Old Trafford is a sad day for the Premier League

I have always said I am going to be the best manager in the world, I have been for five years and it is over.

I am really sad to leave, the way it is going now, but I am also really looking forward to a new challenge, a new team, a different challenge and to be honest, a better football club.

The way I have worked since I came here has been incredible.

It is something I want to do for the rest of my life.

It has been the most incredible journey of my career and I look forward to continuing the journey.

But, in the end, there is only one manager and one club.

David Moyers, who will be missed at Old Trafford, was an inspirational figure in the dressing room, but the future is bright for the club and its supporters, with Moyers and his wife, Samantha, expecting their first child in June.

He has been a fixture in the Manchester United dressing room since joining in 2005, playing a pivotal role in guiding the club to the Premier Football League title and Champions League last season.

The 53-year-old is the second oldest coach in the Premier Leagues history and will be remembered fondly for the way he transformed a club that had been on the brink of collapse into the Premier Division title favourites.

In his three years at the club, Moyers won four league titles and the Champions League, the first Manchester United player to do so.

He guided the club from third place in the league table to third place after just two matches, and in his first season, United finished the season with the best record in the division.

A year later, he won the league again and finished the campaign with the league title, and then went on to win the title again in his final season in charge.

Moyers has been involved in some of the biggest moments in United’s history, including winning the FA Cup with the club in 1996, the European Cup with United in 2001 and the European Super Cup with Manchester United in 2004.

He will also be remembered as the man who won United the Champions league in 1999, the FA cup in 2000 and the UEFA Cup in 2002, the final of which ended in a 2-2 draw with Real Madrid.

Moyes won three Premier League titles and three FA Cups in a row from 1997 to 2002, winning the first of those trophies in 2004, but lost it all the following season.

He took charge of United in a turbulent period of time, with the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson in 2011 and the appointment of his replacement, Jose Mourinho, in 2012.

Moyles has been at United since 1999 and is the club’s longest-serving manager, having held the position since 1997.

Moyos led United to two successive Premier League crowns in 2002 and 2003, before being appointed United manager in 2003, with Mourinho in charge for the next four years, winning three trophies in a span of seven years.

His tenure with United was marred by a series of problems, most notably a series that included the resignation of Sir Bobby Charlton after just 10 games in charge, but he has been able to bring a much-needed boost to the club.

United have not won a league title since the 2015/16 season, when they reached the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy.

Moyens record at Old Manchester United The manager is also the longest-running member of the Old Trafford dressing room.

He began his managerial career at United as a player with the under-21s before moving on to become a coach.

Moyans first managerial role was at St James’ Park, where he spent five years, from 2005 to 2009, before joining Manchester United as an assistant.

He was promoted to the first team in 2009, and was the club captain under Sir Alex for three seasons, from 2010 to 2013.

After spending the 2013-14 season as an ambassador for United, Moyes left the club for the 2015-16 season to manage in China.

The Portuguese took over as manager in Manchester in April 2016, but was unable to get the club back into the top four of the Premier Premier League for the first time since 2005, as the club finished bottom of the table for the fifth time in the past six seasons.

In November, Moyens confirmed he was leaving the club on a free transfer.

“It is with a heavy heart that I have to announce that I am leaving the United Football Club,” he said.

“As much as I would love to keep this club together, and as much as a team of five players and one coach, I know it would be impossible to do it alone. “

“But the club has changed so much over the last five years with the”

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