Mark Bosnich: David Moyes’s Man United future will be decided in March
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Mark Bosnich reckons David Moyes is facing a crucial month at Old Trafford
Mark Bosnich believes David Moyes will face the axe unless the Manchester United manager can pull off spectacular results against Olympiacos and Manchester City.
The Red Devils slipped to seventh in the Premier League table this weekend after suffering a humiliating 3-0 loss to Liverpool in the north-west derby at Old Trafford on Sunday.
If we see another two abject performances, especially in the derby, I don’t think the board will have any choice but to appoint someone else
United are bidding to overturn a 2-0 deficit from the first leg at Olympiacos in their Champions League last-16 tie on Wednesday night.
And former Red Devils goalkeeper Bosnich feels Moyes’s future at the club will be determined by the European encounter and the Manchester derby on 25 March.
“David Moyes is a wonderful man but things have gone from bad to worse,” Bosnich told talkSport.
“They’ve got big problems. You can see it out on the pitch. The two games [against Olympiakos and Man City] are huge. The West Ham match will take care of itself, but the results against those two will determine whether David Moyes stays at the club.
“If we see another two abject performances, especially in the derby, I don’t think the board will have any choice but to appoint someone else.”