David Moyes plans to put his own "stamp" on Manchester United but vowed to continue the attacking traditions of the reigning Premier League champions.
Manchester United's manager David Moyes poses for photos next to the club crest at Old Trafford in Manchester, on July 5, 2013. Moyes plans to put his own "stamp" on Man United but vowed to continue the attacking traditions of the reigning Premier League champions.
The former Everton boss has replaced the retired Alex Ferguson and has been charged with continuing on the success of the club that has won 20 English league titles, three European Cups, 11 FA Cups, four League Cups and a European Cup Winners' Cup in a success-laden history.
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