David Moyes couldn’t motivate Man United players, claims Dwight Yorke
David Moyes couldn't motivate Manchester United players to get results, according to Dwight Yorke
David Moyes couldn’t motivate the Manchester United players to get the results on the pitch, according to Dwight Yorke.
The 50-year-old was sacked on Tuesday morning after a 2-0 loss to Everton at Goodison Park in his final Premier League game in charge of United on Sunday.
The manager is to blame and he has to motivate these players to get the results
Moyes leaves the defending English champions in seventh place and 13 points behind fourth-placed Arsenal.
“Having looked at the Everton game, I felt there was a disconnection between the players and manager,” Yorke told Sky Sports News.
“The way United play; their style, enthusiasm, desire – all of these things weren’t there.
“When you play for United, it is an honour and privilege to play for the club, but it is not added up with the style of football, something has to give.”
Yorke added that the United players were equally to blame for United’s poor season, but ultimately, Moyes had to pay the price.
“The players are equally to blame. The manager is paid to make the decision. It is a result business we are in,” Yorke added.
“The players have to take responsibility as well. There are internationals throughout the team.
“The manager is to blame and he has to motivate these players to get the results, and these players haven’t been able to do it as well.”