The problems Ryan Giggs now has to sort at Old Trafford.
David Moyes’ sacking as Manchester United manager on Tuesday brought to an end an era at Old Trafford that has seen them truly fall from grace.
Despite winning the Premier League title at a canter in 2012/13, Moyes struggled to adapt to the pressures of succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson after his 26-and-a-half years in charge.
The squad that had won the English crown just months earlier looked increasingly demoralised, lacklustre and off the pace and there is much work to do to improve things.
There are just four matches remaining in the season for United and their interim boss Ryan Giggs, but it still gives them a chance to experiment and make some conclusions about what should be done in the summer.
A permanent replacement for Moyes will be selected once the 2013/14 campaign is over and whoever is chosen will have to try and improve the following flaws in the side.
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