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BECKS BACKS MOYES

David Moyes has been under a lot of pressure since taking over from Sir Alex Ferguson at the start of the season. Results have not been good and United already themselves a significant number of points behind table leaders Arsenal.

This has started to talk about United failing to retain the title, but Moyes has received backing from one of Manchester United's greatest players in the last two decades. David Beckham has said that he feels Moyes is a good manager, who is capable of doing the job at United.

In his latest interview, Beckham has revealed once again that he is a huge fan of Manchester United and would always want the club to do well. United have lost three matches Premier league, and they are coming close to the threshold amount after which they will lose their tag as the favourites. Beckham believes that United will be fighting for the title at the end of the season. United need to win the home match against Arsenal in order to stand any chance of this to happen because they may fall 11 points behind the gunners if they lose this match.

Beckham is believed to be in talks with several investors over becoming the owner of a MLS franchise, which would be based in Miami.

"I'm a Manchester United fan, I have faith. We've got a very good manager, we've got a great set-up as we did last year and we were champions last year. There's no reason why they won't be fighting for the title at the end of the season. Things can turn around, Manchester United is Manchester United at the end of the day. Sir Alex Ferguson has always said that when a player leaves, the club moves on," said Manchester United's former number seven Beckham in his latest interview.