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Moyes to Hand Out Rare Starts- Possible Manchester United Lineup vs Everton

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With little left to play for this season, and so many established names likely to leave in the summer, David Moyes may ring the changes for a game vital to Everton’s chances of snatching 4th place from under Arsene Wenger’s nose.

Although Rooney is apparently fit, he is unlikely to be risked despite training well this week. Hernandez is one of the players expected to be interested in a move away from the club in the summer, and game time will only help his confidence and form going into this summer’s World Cup, where he will be in the shop window for a potentially big money move.

It has been well documented that Ryan Giggs has no desire to remain whilst Moyes is at the helm and he is likely to get a run in the side as the season draws to a close. His swan song will be an emotional moment for 2 generations of United fans who grew up with him on their bedroom walls. So much has already been written about the impact of the man, even as a 40 year old he is still usually the best player on the pitch and he has adapted his game in a manner never seen before in modern day football. He was, and is a phenomenon, and for many the idea that Giggs is leaving the club before Moyes is unthinkable.

Following him in all likelihood will be Ferdinand, Evra and as we all know – Vidic. They have all been great servants for United too and will be given playing time during the next 4 games.

This game represents more to Everton – who beat United at Old Trafford earlier this season – than it does to United who have a Europa Cup spot hanging over them if they manage to pip Tottenham to 7th. Moyes would like to win on his return to Goodison Park, but he’s not going to find it easy.

Kagawa, Januzaj, Valencia, Rooney and Phil Jones are all likely to be on the bench, while Rafael and Johnny Evans are out injured.



  1. My line up:

    de gea
    Rafael Jones Smalling / evans Shaw

    Kagawa Carvallo Rooney Januzaz


    Rvp / Cavani

    We will be lucky if we can get carvallo and shaw as we don’t hv champs lge. But I hope we get them. I really hope moyes swap kross for rvp so that kross play the scholes role and rooney out and out striker. But I can’t see that happening, so I would prefer moyes play rooney in the scholes position stringing Hollywood passes and rvp as stiker.

  2. Here I what I think Moyes will play next season.

    David De Gea

    Rafael Da Silva Phil Jones Eliaquim Mangala Luke Shaw

    Alex Song William Carvalho

    Juan Mata Marco Reus Shinji Kagawa

    Edinson Cavani

    This will be like a la liga squad playing in the premier league. Rafael can go on to be better than Gary Neville because he is still young and he is to tough. Mangala and Jones will be a great centre back tandem. Both are too tough and physical. Luke Shaw is a sure replacement for Evra. Song and Carvalho will be a great defensive midfield tandem. Carvalho is a pure tackler and sensational. Song is too aggressive. Juan Mata has shown what he can do when he played against Newcastle. United show sign Marco Reus because their chances with Toni Kroos is dead. Reus is a dribbler, a goal scorer, and a playmaker. Kagawa is not as bad as people think he is. He just can’t play well from the midfield but he is dynamic on the left wing. Cavani is a goal machine, he is the striker to replace Diego Forlan. He will be better than Forlan.

    Moyes can’t say this is a bad squad, because he has lots of talents but doesn’t know how to utilize them. If indeed he gets this squad, believe it he will be better than Sir Alex Ferguson, because a team like this will dominate Europe for a long time.

    • That team would no doubt be incredible. Although it would also almost be a completely different team from the one playing this season. In my opinion, I don’t think management will ever get rid of Wayne Rooney, so there goes any chance of signing Marco Reus (that is unless they get rid of Kagawa who was been given play time as of late). I also don’t think Van Persie will leave the team yet, although Cavani could still join the team to make a powerful two forward duo with Rooney as the attacking mid; which means only one defensive midfielder will be signed not two.

      Overall, it is time for a complete renewal of United’s starting XI, and your lineup would undoubtedly make Manchester’s into a titte contender.


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