Sir Alex to Replace David Moyes as Manchester United Manager, According to Reports

By on December 8, 2013

In an outrageous report, CaughtOffside have alleged that Manchester United are now prepared to end David Moyes time as manager, and re-appoint Sir Alex Ferguson should United’s form continue to decline.

After losing for the second time at Old Trafford in a matter of days, speculation has been rife that David Moyes, despite the Board’s ostensible backing, might be under considerable existential pressure at United.

Manchester United’s official Twitter (whilst obviously hacked) tweeted “#MoyesOut” a few days ago, creating a fervour of rumours around the media that suggested Moyes position at United might not be as solid as once thought.

It has also been revealed today, as well, that a Manchester United fan has committed suicide following the club’s latest defeat.

All of this had garnered significant unwanted attention, and David Moyes’ position at United is looking increasingly at risk. Manchester United sit ninth in the Premier League, and are a whopping 13 points behind leaders United.

CaughtOffside have suggested that Ferguson is ready and willing to step in, should the Board finally decide to put David Moyes out of his misery this season.

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