Manchester United 2-0 Wigan Athletic
The FA Community Shield sponsored by McDonald's
2pm, Sunday 11 August 2013
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David Moyes celebrated winning The FA Community Shield on the Wembley turf with his family.
With media obligations met after the 2-0 win over Wigan Athletic, the Manchester United manager was joined pitch-side by his father, also David, to celebrate what he hopes will be the first of many trophies with the Old Trafford club.
David Moyes Snr has spent the past two decades as coach and then president of Drumchapel Amateurs – a renowned Glaswegian youth football team, that David Jnr and his predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson both represented.
Speaking to the Daily Record in May 2013, Moyes Snr said: “So many people have said to me I must be proud of David and I am.
“But not because he did a great job at Everton or that he is going to Manchester United.
“I’m proud because he has been such a fantastic son to me and his mother. He is a great dad and husband and has always had time for people.
“David has never forgotten where he comes from and hasn’t changed one bit through his career. He has grown into a great citizen and that’s what makes me really proud."
Attention now turns to the Premier League campaign, as Moyes's men face a challenging start to the 2013/14 season - with games against Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea in the opening month, as well as a tricky opening day trip to League Cup winners Swansea City on Saturday 17 August.