Everton v Manchester United to be live on Football.co.uk

Digital Sports Group announced that they will be expanding their coverage of Everton v Manchester United, as Everton push for Champions League football.

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Moyes hasn't got the best out of United's title winning side, but that doesn't mean Everton will be able to brush them aside.

(PRWEB UK) 17 April 2014

After their emphatic 3-0 win over Arsenal at Goodison park earlier in April, Everton fans dared to dream of Champions League football. With Manchester United and former manager David Moyes due to visit Merseyside on the 20th, the Toffees face another stern test in their quest for a top four finish. DSG will be following the game across its football websites Football.co.uk and Sport.co.uk as well as their hugely successful social network pages on Facebook and Twitter.

Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say “Everton have been a real surprise package in the Premier League this season, with many fans unsure about incoming manager Roberto Martinez. But his slick passing football has won over the doubters and now Champions League football is a real prospect at Goodison Park. Of course the match against Manchester United has extra significance with old boss David Moyes struggling to take the Red Devils to the same heights achieved by Sir Alex Ferguson.”

Jason Hope, Content Manager of DSG believes that Everton won't have it all their own way against an under par United. “Moyes hasn't got the best out of United's title winning side, but that doesn't mean Everton will be able to brush them aside. The Red Devils have improved in recent weeks despite their elimination from the Champions League and will give this inspired Everton side a run for their money. Join us as we follow the game live across Football.co.uk and on Facebook.”

Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as Football.co.uk, Sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.