Well, his start hasn't been easy, his star striker wants to leave, as the media claims. The pre season saw his newly acquired Champions of England win just 2 games and looked off pace. But it was just a pre season match until they were outplayed at home by Sevilla at Rio’s testimonial. Still pre season I would say, as a fan, I didn't worry much then. As a fan, I am trying not to over expect, as a fan I am overlooking the LACK OF SIGNINGS and the amassment of sponsorships by the new Chief Executive of Manchester United, Ed Woodward. Unlike David Gill, he hasn’t come out and spoken much leaving all the “dirty” work to Moyes. Poor old Moyes, takes what is probably the most coveted of managerial positions and his CEO goes missing. Well at least when it comes to signings. Clearly, watching all of United’s rivals across Europe and well even in the English Premier League itself sign a whole bunch of players to improve their squad to match United’s who ran away with the title last year is a worry. Well, firstly United’s squad is decent, but others’ has become better and they do not have the experience of Sir Alex anymore. Moyes is experienced but managing Everton and managing Manchester United is a totally different ball game.