Manchester United coach Phil Neville has said that he is very much impressed with the training methods of new manager David Moyes at the club. This is the first time Manchester United will be experiencing a new manager at the helm of a Premier league season.
Sir Alex Ferguson retired from duty after 26 years in charge of the club. Moyes has brought in Phil Neville from Everton after the midfielder retired at the end of last season. He has made no secret of the fact that he would one day like to become a manager.
United is not new to Phil Neville as he played at the club along with his brother Gary Neville for several years before moving to Everton in 2005. Now back at Old Trafford, Neville is looking to win the league title as a coach. Moyes has received praise from Neville, but he has warned that the Scot should adopt attacking football as soon as possible because United fans demand it. They have gone over the years to love the attacking football of Manchester United, which is also synonymous around the world. Moyes has so far been a pragmatic manager with Everton.
“I think he has really impressed the lads with his training methods. We have worked them hard and we think we have got them really fit for the start of the season. But he has remained true to himself. He has been the same person that I have known for the past eight years. He has treated the players the same as he treated the Everton players – I think that is really important. He has not come in and tried to be someone he is not,” said Neville. United started the season with a 4-1 win over Swansea on the opening weekend.