By Euro Weekly News Media • 16 August 2013 • 7:43
Manchester United Manager - David Moyes
Manchester United manager David Moyes has criticised the Premier League fixture list, claiming that the club’s first five games for the new season are “hard to believe”.
The champions are set to play big name teams Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City to start the football season.
Moyes has said, “I find it hard to believe that’s the way the balls came out of the bag”.
Premier League officials have responded by stating that they have “absolutely assured” Moyes that “the process is random and above board”.
Moyes replace Sir Alex Ferguson who retired after managing the club for a record 26 years, and saw his first win against Wigan (Man 2-0 Wig) in the Charity Shield last week. The team now faces the first games of the Premier League at Swansea, before playing Chelsea, Liverpool, Crystal Palace and Manchester City.
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