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Man Utd senior players unhappy with Moyes methods

Manchester United's senior players are unhappy working under David Moyes, it has been claimed.

The Sunday Mirror says senior players have been reluctant to give Moyes any major public backing - while Robin van Persie made critical comments about the team's performance following Tuesday's dismal show in Athens.

Many of them are said to feel that Moyes blundered by ditching Ferguson's backroom staff and bringing his own coaches in from Everton - Steve Round, Jimmy Lumsden and goalkeeping coach Chris Woods, as well as former United player Phil Neville.

There is also a widespread feeling that Moyes is too defensive in his tactics, with too much time being spent on analysing the opposition and working on how to stop them.

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