Manchester United boss David Moyes is facing down a players' revolt. The Telegraph says Moyes is facing a critical battle for his Manchester United future with squad misgivings over the manager's tactical approach and training methods threatening to undermine the ongoing backing from the club's owners, the Glazer family.
There is real concern inside the squad over the inability of the manager to arrest the slump.
Having grown accustomed to ball-related training under Sir Alex Ferguson and coaches Rene Meulensteen and Mike Phelan, there is less enthusiasm for Moyes's preference for more structured sessions centred on team shape and organisation and concern has also been expressed about a lack of continuity in team selection - highlighted by the surprise recall of Ryan Giggs to the team against Olympiakos last week and his subsequent absence from the squad in the following games against West Ham United and City.
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