MU: Where is David Moyes’s first squad now?

Coach David Moyes has accepted an impossible task to replace Sir Alex Ferguson in Manchester. Since then, MU has undergone three coaches and has yet to win the Premier League championship.


The departure of Sir Alex Ferguson is one of the saddest days in United’s history, although he has informed the club of his successor, coach David Moyes. At that time, David Moyes was considered the perfect choice for United’s manager. In contrast, MU has also put all his faith in him when deciding to sign a contract for 6 years.

Coach David Moyes opened his term at the Old Trafford Stadium by winning the Community Shield in 2013. However, MU’s results have gradually worsened over the length of the season. Finally, coach David Moyes was dismissed by MU after only 10 months of appointment.

Below is the fate of the first MU squad under Coach David Moyes.

David de Gea

The Spanish goalkeeper kept a clean sheet in the debut match of manager David Moyes, when United won 2-0 against Wigan in the 2013 Super Cup. Since then, David de Gea has played a role as the pillar and has over 300 appearances for MU.

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Rafael

Joining MU in 2008, Rafael is considered the first choice at the right-back position before he dies. He signed a new 4-year contract in 2012 and was awarded the iconic No. 2 shirt. However, he was sold to Lyon by MU in 2015 for an undisclosed fee. Currently he is still in Lyon shirt and has a total of 120 appearances, scoring 2 goals and 11 assists.

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Phil Jones

The British defender is still playing for MU. Although considered the future of MU defense, Phil Jones has failed to win the official position because of injury and deterioration.

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Nemanja Vidic

David Moyes’s first season was also the last season of Nemanja Vidic with United. After winning 300 appearances for MU, the Serbian midfielder moved to Inter and competed in two years. Now he has retired and wants to take a coaching career. After retiring, Nemanja Vidic wants to become a coach.

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Patrice Evra

Patrice Evra will be remembered as one of MU’s best left backs after joining Monaco in 2006. Like Nemanja Vidic, David Moyes’s first season is also Patrice Evra’s last season with MU. He then joined Juventus and returned to the Premier League to wear West Ham in 2018. In July 2019, he announced retirement.

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