Sunderland Coach and Former Manchestet United Coach David Moyes has said his former club have moved away from their traditions of appointing British managers and spending money "the right way.".The Scot whose Sunderland side travel to Manchester on Boxing Day, was sacked by Manchester aunited in 2014 after less than a full seasonin charge.He was succeeded by Dutch Tactician Louis van Gaal, who in turn was replaced by Jose Mourinho as United went on a summer spending spree that included breaking the world transfer record to sign Paul Pogba.Moyes said: "Manchester United was a club with a tradition where they tended to pick British managers. That tradition has now gone."They were a football club who enjoyed traditions with the way they spent."They didn't try to compete with all the other clubs. They did what they thought was the right thing to do and spent the right way. I can say that's gone."There have been a few changes at Manchester United -- but that's the way they have chosen to go."Moyes alsosaid his time at United was"too short,"adding that he believed even Mourinho would not have had an easy time if he had followed Sir Alex Ferguson."Most people, looking back at it -- and me myself -- would say that whoever took overfrom Sir Alex wouldn't have had an easy ride, whether it was Jose, Carlo Ancelotti, Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola or David Moyes," he said."It would have been a difficult job for whoever took over."