Sir Alex Ferguson’s replacement, David Moyes is stepping into very big shoes. To see if he’s the right man for the job you could look at his record or at his coaching style. You could look at his picture or his demeanor. You could read what he’s said or listen to him talk.
But, there is only one way to learn how David Moyes thinks and feels through his own words. You get DeepWord to analyze.
David Moyes is reported to have said:
“It’s a great honour to be asked to be the next manager of Manchester United.”
“I am delighted that Sir Alex saw fit to recommend me for the job. I have great respect for everything he has done and for the football club.”
“I know how hard it will be to follow the best manager ever, but the opportunity to manage Manchester United isn’t something that comes around very often and I’m really looking forward to taking up the post next season.”
“I have had a terrific job at Everton, with a tremendous chairman and board of directors and a great set of players.”
“Between now and the end of the season, I will do everything in my power to make sure we finish as high as possible in the table.”
When DeepWord evaluated his comments to the media he showed some fascinating characteristics.
His words focused on analysis and appraisal. He’s a thinker. And, he is mostly closed to other points of view in the matter of his appointment. It is perfectly clear he’s decided … and that’s that.
So, what feelings do his words suggest? DeepWord identifies that he was feeling “smart, determined and attentive.” That sounds like a pretty good combination of feelings for this occasion. No hint of nerves or uncertainty at all.
And, his motivating thoughts? DeepWord says he is “serious, purposeful and vigilant.” That sounds like the motivations of a young general.
It seems that DeepWord thinks that Manchester United has selected the right man.