David Moyes probably has mixed memories from his time at Manchester United.
The Scot was appointed the Red Devils boss last summer following the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson.
Right from the start it was clear that it was not going to be easy for Moyes, who failed to land a number of his intended targets in the summer of 2013.
Moyes was eventually sacked by United in April following a run of poor results and confirmation that the Manchester outfit will not finish in the top four of the Premier League in the 2013-14 campaign.
The former Preston North End and Everton manager, though, has some fond memories of his time in charge of United, one of which revolves about a certain rule about sports cars.
‘At Manchester United none of the young players were allowed to drive sports cars’, Moyes told The Telegraph. ‘They had to be at least 23. I thought it was a great rule, an old-fashioned value, the right value’.
United are the biggest club in England and one of the richest in the world, but it seems that they make sure that young players do not get ahead of themselves.
‘Modern football’ has often been accused of giving young players too much before they deserve it, but United appear to be doing their bit to keep them in line.