It might just be that one season for it all to crumble. First of, assume Man Utd don't win any silverware at all this season and do not qualify for Champions League, will be a tough sell to convince players (especially non English players) on coming to Man Utd (no matter how big of a club it is). Then consider the fact that Man Utd have to rival with City and Chelsea on the financial spending power, Man Utd just can't match the latter two teams mentioned. It's happened countless times when City and Chelsea made more expensive and attractive bids on Man Utd transfer targets. Finally, let's assume David Moyes is done after this season with Man Utd, players will be wise to see who the new manager is before making a decision to come to play for Man Utd. One of the biggest debacle by Man Utd observed this season is David Moyes inability to utilize the most out of his players. I'm sure no player will want to go to Man Utd for that high possibility of career suicide (ie. Javier Hernandez, Kagawa, Fellaini....).
Mata must be regretting this move.
Mata is a number 10 and moyes sticks him on the wing.
Why oh why doesn't he give Kagawa a chance? He plays in the same natural position as Mata
Rooting for a Man U win against the Arse.
I like how injury time at Old Trafford is now known as Moyesie time, like Fergie time but in this case the other team scores the late late winner.