A six year contract: that is quite a statement of faith in David Moyes by Manchester United. Never mind that he has managed no more than two matches in the Champions League, never mind that he has added not a single piece of silverware to the Goodison Park trophy room during his decade at Everton, United clearly believe he is the man for the long haul. That is why they appointed him to replace Sir Alex Ferguson, rather than a quick fixer like Jose Mourinho: they want him to hang around for a while.
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