David Moyes was on prickly form ahead of his first meeting as Manchester United manager with his old club Everton.
He claimed he had not even thought about the wider resonance of the encounter at Old Trafford tonight. He had given not a moment to considering how he would react if his new club scored against the one he managed with such distinction for 11 years. He had not pondered what sort of reaction he might get from the visiting supporters. Emotion, he said, was not a useful tool for the football manager. He was more concerned with the day to day reality of maintaining his club’sRead More »from Everton’s loan rangers a vision of football’s future