David Moyes reported claimed Paul Scholes’ comments following Manchester United terrible performance against Man City in the Manchester derby ‘killed him’, claims The People.
Scholes, now a member of United’s coaching staff made a rare TV appearance back in March to cover the clash between the two Manchester clubs but when only City turned up and United slumped to a 3-0 loss at home, Scholes didn’t hold back with his assessment.
Whilst Scholes said Moyes needed time, the Scot is believed to have said: “He’s killed me there.”
The midfielder’s honest appraisal wasn’t what killed Moyes rather it was the things he pointed out, all his own failings so it is interesting that he looked at Scholes’ comments in that way.
The piece also interestingly makes further claims about Moyes relationship with Giggs stating the pair went weeks without speaking and also claiming the former manager felt Giggs wasn’t loyal enough.