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David McDonnell writes in The Mirror...
Moyes will earn his stars at United
David Moyes has outlined his blueprint for success at Manchester United - and admitted his first task is to earn the respect and trust of his new squad. Moyes officially takes over from Sir Alex Ferguson at United on July 1 but has already begun work behind the scenes to establish his authority and autonomy at Old Trafford. In a speech in New York to an exclusive audience of 300 top coaches and sporting directors from all over the world, Moyes revealed the managerial principles that he believes can sustain Ferguson's success at United. You have to earn your stars when dealing with players," said Moyes. “It's up to you to show what you've got. If you want to work for me you need to be able to work seven days a week. I need to know my staff will give me that effort. Discipline has to come from within for players. And I'm a great believer in giving young players opportunities. Developing players mentally is very important, but it needs to fit with what the players want.”
Elsewhere, in The Sun, Javier Hernandez’s agent Eduardo Hernandez has explained how his client is very happy at United and has no intention of leaving the club. “He is very happy at Manchester United,” he is quoted. “Javier has been there three years and has won the league twice. Not many can say they have achieved that.”
Plenty of today’s papers feature the launch of United’s new home kit, while many others carry Robin van Persie's comments regarding his transfer from Arsenal - as given exclusively to MUTV and published on ManUtd.com this week.