Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish has defended Manchester United's dismal summer market. King Kenny wrote in the Mirror: "The criticism of Manchester United over their transfer window dealings is not entirely fair.
"New manager David Moyes is still feeling his way and had the strength not to do anything rash, analysing what he had at his disposal before making too many decisions.
"Until now, all the talk was about Sir Alex Ferguson leaving, but people are beginning to realise former chief executive David Gill is a big miss, too.
"This is not a reflection on his successor, Ed Woodward, but I wonder if United might be wishing they had asked Gill to postpone stepping down until after this transfer window to make the transition a little easier."
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