Listen: David Moyes, Investment Banker, Manchester discussed on ESPN FC
"The two thousand seventeen thousand fourteen season. The net spend two hundred fourteen five million for Manchester City. Seven hundred five million for Manchester United Clinton so much that the likes of Liverpool. Chose we keep hearing about our rose a great businessman. He's done everything right with the club. Who is who has spent only money is wasted? It's so much that we're in this situation. They spent seven hundred and five million euros. Would the mind really the one in charge of running that club on a daily basis the one who he's signing off the paperwork wreck for transfers was also very much involved in in the transfer negotiation. He's a judge with him who went to the university who used to be an investment investment banker before going to united back in two thousand twelve and since two thousand sixteen really majority is in charge of signing players doing all the deal dealers and the the negotiating for transfer fees and wages. And I repeat. He used to be an investment. Banker does who today salsa the transfers and wages for every new players must. Have you not want to sign stands put. It was such a great idea to give him more money Fred Orchestra Greig and all those words they gave two very average player. And then even even below those two. You've got someone like John Mortar. So who who's a good guy he used to be the of the accademia veteran way new. David Moyes he came to united with David. Moyes in two thousand thirteen and is head of the Roman are united. I I don't think he's the right man for that job. But maybe the biggest problem is that they don't have proper sporting director. I guess Myrtle he's the one who's supporting director. But they don't have a tricky because they you don't have a Michael Edwards. They don't have someone like that. Who has great contacts in the world of football knows exactly what he's talking about? Who knows exactly what he's doing? Who knows agent? Who knows the sports in our actors we know? CEO's and none of the Highness Gouda those kind of things. Maybe they need the most the most of what an absolute."