NYSE indicates Moyes sack; rumors lose wind

David Moyes - Manager under fire?

David Moyes – Manager under fire?

In a bizarre turn of events, the rumor mills are abuzz with news that the NYSE may shortly announce the sacking of Manchester United manager David Moyes following their 2-0 defeat at Olympiakos last night.

It appears now that the rumors were indeed baseless and that David Moyes is going nowhere and remains very much the man in charge at the Manchester club. According to sources close to the club, the news came across as surprisingly bizarre and denied that any such developments have taken place.

The Old Trafford faithful have been hoping against their club giving the boot to the Scot but the tweets by prominent twitter personalities, Talksport’s Andy Goldstein and The Associated Press’ Rob Harris, did little to settle their anxiety.

Goldstein tweeted this shortly later.

It appears now that the rumors were indeed baseless and that David Moyes is going nowhere and remains very much the man in charge at the Manchester club. According to sources close to the club, the news came across as surprisingly bizarre and denied that any such developments have taken place.

What has been more surprising, is the way the fans and critics’ reacted to yesternight’s loss against Olympiakos. The Greek outfit sit on top of their domestic league table, unbeaten so far this season, 20 points adrift of the PAOK Saolinka who are second in the standings. They have managed a hundred percent win record at home in the league so far and having dropped only 4 points from 24 league games is a massive achievement irrespective of the competitiveness of the competition.

Hence, losing 2-0 to such an outfit, infront of a hostile audience, especially when they have been struggling domestically own with their form is hardly a shock result.

Despite the fact that, contrary to popular rumors, Moyes looks set to stay on, the Scot faces an uphill task to regain the faith of both the fans and the media so to avoid being in the center of another such story sooner rather than later.

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