London: David Moyes, the newly appointed Manchester United manager, has said he was hoping to win at least a quarter of Alex Ferguson`s silverware by the time he leaves Old Trafford.
The Sun reports that Moyes is trying his level best working at the football club where Fergie had lifted 38 trophies in 26 years as Manchester United manager.
According to the report, United lost the first match of their Thailand tour 1-0 to the Singha All Star XI in Bangkok on Saturday.
- David Moyes: I’d be happy with quarter of Fergie’s Utd success (thesun.co.uk)
- David Moyes Brushes Off First Game Defeat as Manchester United Manager (insidefutbol.com)
- David Moyes reflects on debut defeat for Manchester United (telegraph.co.uk)
- Premier League: Wilfried Zaha will be part of Manchester United squad (chronicralph.wordpress.com)
- No spending restraints for David Moyes as Manchester United boss refuses to rule out swoops for Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo (metro.co.uk)
- David Moyes: I wasn’t offered the Man United manager’s job, Fergie just told me ‘You’re next’ (mirror.co.uk)
- Wayne Rooney to be put on trial for 12 months as David Moyes admits RVP is his main man (mirror.co.uk)
- Wayne Rooney must play second fiddle to Robin van Persie, insists Manchester United boss David Moyes (metro.co.uk)
- David moyes has held four meetings with Wayne Rooney to convince star to stay at Manchester United (thesun.co.uk)
- Ferguson aims to stay away as Moyes settles in at Manchester United (prosoccertalk.nbcsports.com)