London: Rio Ferdinand has revealed what he believes were a series of mistakes David Moyes made during his unsuccessful stint as manager of Manchester United -- including the banning of chips the night before matches. (Man United manager wants more from Angel di Maria)
Former United defender Ferdinand -- who made an unhappy return to Old Trafford when his QPR side were hammered 4-0 in the Premier League by his old club on Sunday -- has had his say on Moyes' woeful 10 months in charge of United in his autobiography '#2Sides', which is being serialised in the Sun. (Liverpool primed for Champions League return)
The 35-year-old centre-back also labelled Moyes's tactics "embarrassing" and said the Scot had brought with him the "mentality of a small club" following his time in charge of Everton.