Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Manchester United Could Easily Fall Out Of Champions League

manchester-united With David Moyes at the helm, United suffered the first home loss to Everton since August of 1992. When Moyes was with his old club, he said he used to head to Old Trafford just hoping to get out alive. Now hes making history for Manchester United- the wrong kind. And it gets worse.

Manchester United will suffer a hit of around £50million if David Moyes' side fails to qualify for Europe this season

:: 10m in match-day earnings - based on having four fewer home games. :: 5m - merit money from the Premier League would be around 10m compared to the 15.1m earned from winning the title last season. :: Qualifying for the Europa League would soften the blow slightly, with around 3m coming from UEFA agen judi bola terpercaya match-day income retained, meaning an overall 32m drop. Failing to qualify for Europe would punch a big hole in United's earnings, despite the club's great success in growing their commercial revenue from sponsorship deals. Annual income for 2013-14 is expected to be around 420m, so missing out on Europe would see a 20 per cent drop in revenue.

Betting: Manchester United now 6/4 to miss out on Champions League qualification

"When I came here I knew it wasn't always going to be easy agen judi bola terpercaya it's proving that way," Moyes said. As the pressure on one coach increases, so it relents on another as Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas punched the air in delight after his team's second away win in four days. John O'Shea's own goal in the 50th sealed Spurs' victory at the Stadium of Light.

Premier League: Manchester United, Chelsea suffer stunning losses

Although, even a convincing win on home soil will struggle to shake the increasing feeling that one of Englagen judi bola terpercaya's football superpowers may be about to fall from grace. Defeats to Newcastle agen judi bola terpercaya Moyes' former club Everton in the last week mean United now sit in ninth position, 13 points adrift of leaders Arsenal and, crucially, seven points behind the last Champions League place, currently occupied by their city rivals. Coral now make United 6/4 (2.50) to finish inside the top four, a price that began the season around 1/10 (1.10) which demonstrates how pasar taruhan bola much of a surprise this has been to the vast majority, despite lingering doubts from some regarding Moyes' appointment. A season without Champions League football would have been unthinkable in recent years under Ferguson's stewardship but that is the very real prospect that the club face as the Moyes era takes full effect. Old Trafford has become a setting for disappointment agen judi bola terpercaya despair, not delight agen judi bola terpercaya celebration.

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