10 Best Things Football Managers Have Banned

Paulo Di Canio (Sunderland) – Ketchup and mayonnaise


2. Not content with just ketchup, David Moyes went and banned chips altogether when he replaced Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, much to the despair of Rio Ferdinand. The former defender appeared near-disconsolate when he revealed what ‘Moyesy’ had done. “Yes, I did ban chips,” Moyes said after he was sacked by United. “It was because a couple of players were overweight and I didn’t think chips were good for their diet.” Moyes’ admission that he had done so came after Ferdinand wrote in his autobiography: “Moyes has been gone about 20 minutes, we’re on the bikes warming up for the first training session and one of the lads says: ‘You know what? We’ve got to get on to Giggsy. We’ve got to get him to get us our f*****g chips back.’”

David Moyes (Manchester United) – Chips




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