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Robbie Savage Says Manchester United Have Improved And Got Worse

by | 9th, December 2013



ROBBIE Savage writes on the BBC “How David Moyes can save Man Utd’s season”. Before going on, we should notes that, as TV’s Tess Daly put it following Savage’s outing on pro-celebrity’s Strictly Come Dancing, “You came here a footballer and you’re leaving a dancer.”

Savage’s response was to tell us what to think of him: “I was not a nice person on the football pitch. Hopefully I changed people’s perception. I’m just an ordinary decent guy.”

Indeed, Savage is man transformed by the American Smooth. He never once told anyone on Match of The Day “I’ve got more money than you loads more money” not left a floater in Gary Linker’s toilet.  Still, Savage is not everyone’s cup of tea as he delivers his column to the BBC (as written by Chris Bevan):

I was at Old Trafford on Saturday and saw some of the problems that United boss David Moyes has got to deal with. United are ninth in the table, 13 points behind Premier League leaders Arsenal and, as I have been saying since the start of the season, they are not going to win the title.

Savage also said Arsenal “are in danger of breaking that long run of

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