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    Breaking News: Moyes has been sacked by Man Utd with immediate effect

    The Scot oversaw the club's worst campaign in the Premier League era and missed out on Champions League qualification, and leaves Old Trafford just a season into his six-year deal

    Manchester United have sacked manager David Moyes with immediate effect after owners the Glazer family finally lost patience with the Scot.

    The 50-year-old, who created a host of unwanted records during his brief stint at Old Trafford, becomes the first United manager to be dismissed since Ron Atkinson in 1986.

    Announcing Moyes' departure on their official Twitter account, United added: "The club would like to place on record its thanks for the hard work, honesty and integrity he brought to the role."

    Moyes had endured a torrid campaign in charge of the reigning Premier League champions, with Sunday's abject 2-0 loss to former club Everton guaranteeing that the Red Devils will miss out on a place in the Champions League next season.

    Defeat at Goodison Park was their 11th of the season - just one fewer than relegation battling West Brom - and left the club languishing in seventh place in the table.

    Sunday's result marked the first time both the Toffees and Liverpool have completed a league double over United, while local rivals Manchester City managed that feat for the first time since the Premier League's inception.

    Moyes had been handpicked by Sir Alex Ferguson to take over upon his retirement, urging those in attendance of his final match at Old Trafford to "stand by our new manager".

    But with United having struggled so much under Moyes, the club's hierarchy were increasingly worried that he was no longer the right man to entrust this summer's 200 million warchest to.

    Veteran midfielder Ryan Giggs could take over first-team duties for the remainder of the season, while there is even speculation that Sir Alex could return to the dugout he vacated just a year ago.
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    "The club would like to place on record its thanks for the hard work, honesty and integrity he brought to the role."

    Yeah, right.


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    WTF writes this shit for Sky News: "He arrived at Manchester United as the brightest thing in British management".

    Git tae fuck.

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    Bad news, he was doing such a good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rupert Wanger
    there is even speculation that Sir Alex could return to the dugout he vacated just a year ago.
    Get back in there and build another team Fergie, then piss off again without handing over any Sweaty CV's

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    Giggs and Butt are going to be care taker manager's until next season after the world cup when the Dutch manager is going to take over

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    Ferguson won't go anywhere near it. He knew the job was toxic when he left.

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    Check out this add on ebay and the comments, pissed myself laughing....
    David Moyes' "Chosen One" Manchester United Banner | eBay

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    When Fergie first took over, he did not win any silver for 7 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi View Post
    When Fergie first took over, he did not win any silver for 7 years.
    His first full season was 87-88 and he won the FA Cup in 1990.

    He also took over a club full of pissheads and a crap youth system, which is why he was given the time to rebuild the club from top to bottom.

    And he'd already won the Scottish title and a European trophy with a small unfashionable club.

    Compare that with Moyes who's claim to fame was a 2nd division title with Preston, and who took over a team that had just won the league by 11 points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rupert Wanger
    Sir Alex could return to the dugout he vacated just a year ago.
    If that is true then they really are in the shit

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    i sincerely hope the greedy for success whores plummet to the lower divisions.
    doing the RBS gig and falling falling falling.
    this kinda greed makes me wanna puke.
    fuk em all.
    just wanna watch a good game of footie.
    jees 7th in the league and they're calling for the red card.
    pathetic muther fookers.
    yea fuk em. .

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi View Post
    When Fergie first took over, he did not win any silver for 7 years.
    His first full season was 87-88 and he won the FA Cup in 1990.

    He also took over a club full of pissheads and a crap youth system, which is why he was given the time to rebuild the club from top to bottom.

    And he'd already won the Scottish title and a European trophy with a small unfashionable club.

    Compare that with Moyes who's claim to fame was a 2nd division title with Preston, and who took over a team that had just won the league by 11 points.

    To be fair Moyes won a trophy for Man Utd in his very first competitive game following his appointment.

    Never to be beaten

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    Report: Van Gaal agrees deal to become Manchester United manager

    London - Louis van Gaal has agreed upon a deal to become the next manager of Manchester United, Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf reported on Saturday.

    The 62-year-old, who will step down as Netherlands coach after this summer’s World Cup finals, reportedly agreed to a multiyear deal on Friday night.

    De Telegraaf reported that the Dutchman, who has managed Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Ajax, would be given 100 million euros (138.3 million dollars) to spend on transfers in the summer.

    United, who lie seventh in the Premier League, sacked David Moyes as manager on Tuesday, only 10 months into a six-year deal.

    Midfielder Ryan Giggs is to take charge of the side for the remaining four games of the season.


    -- The Nation 2014-04-26

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    Why are you posting this everywhere?

    It's not even true.

    A club spokesman said: "There is nothing to report. We have not signed a new manager. When we have something to report, we will announce it."

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    Dutch newspaper De Telegraph reporting Netherlands boss Louis Van Gaal will take over at Man Utd after the World Cup

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    It must be true, the Mail are also reporting it.


    Louis Van Gaal set to become new Man United boss... and he's bringing Kluivert | Mail Online


    Louis van Gaal is set to become the next manager of Manchester United after agreeing terms with the club, according to the Dutch press. ...
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