Upping the Ante : Sometimes, you just have to get back on the horse

Upping the Ante : Sometimes, you just have to get back on the horse

The sign of a good manager or trainer is that they back their people to the hilt, especially after a bad blunder

David Moyes’s stock as a football manager is a far cheaper buy nowadays than it was when he left Everton in 2013.

The Scot made what, in hindsight, was a brave move five years ago, though it was an opportunity he could hardly refuse: he replaced the legendary Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager. He lasted until April 2014, his ten-month spell the third-shortest reign of any manager in United’s history.

Moyes was awarded £5...

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