David Moyes To Be Sacked Today?

It was reported by many sources in UK yesterday that under-fire Manchester United manager, David Moyes is set to be sacked within 24 hours. The club owners, the Glazer family is said to have finally lost their patience and has sanctioned the board to cut short Moyes’ six-year deal. There are fear among many fans that David Moyes might not only be ‘out of depth’ to handle a team as big as Manchester United but also he might also have lost the dressing room. There are evidences from the last couple of games that United players seems to be lost in field and does not bother whether Moyes will stay at the club or not. They are not fighting for their manager’s survival. This was highlighted by Sky Sport’s pundit and former England international, Tony Cottee who said “The key question is, has he got the support of the players? Looking at the performances, I would say no at the moment.”

With the club finishing this season with wooden spoon and failed to qualify for the Champion League spot for the first time in 19 years, fans will definitely not lose their sleep over Moyes’ sacking. In fact many are delighted to hear the rumors and hope that it will come true. A few Manchester United fan blog are already running a poll on who should become the next United’s manager. Whereas, Sky Bet have slashed the odds on Moyes’ departure to 1-10, naming Van Gaal as 4-1 favourite to succeed him, with Klopp at 5-1 and veteran winger Ryan Giggs at 6-1.

So, do you think David Moyes will get sacked today? If yes, who should succeed him? Leave your comment on the comment box below. Thank you.

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2 thoughts on “David Moyes To Be Sacked Today?

  1. It seems that the rumors are right. Moyes is sacked. Club already issued statement to Moyes. Though a lot of fans want Moyes to be sacked, I never expected it will this early. Why don’t they just wait till the season ends.

    1. I believe the decision had been made quite some time ago when the board felt that Moyes no longer command any respect from his players. But they had to wait until the Everton game to be sure that United has no chance qualifying to the CL, so they only required to pay small compensation to the manager due to a clause inserted in his contract. With the four remaining matches were against not strong oppositions (with due respect) and have little significant, this is the best time to sack Moyes. It will be terrible to sack your manager after a run of four consecutive wins, don’t you think?

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