We have seen so many coaches being sacked this term already. Given Manchester United's woeful form this season, any other top club in their situation would sack David Moyes and bring in a more established manager.
It was always going to be a big ask for whoever stepped into the shoes of Sir Alex Ferguson. Moyes has seen Manchester United lose both their dominance and their confidence in half a season since his arrival.
United have grown complacent over the months since the great man stepped down, the team at Moyes' disposal isn't his team. With a change in backroom staff, and in managerial policies. Manchester United have started to slide down the ladder of dominance.
With United's top scorer from last season being injured due to the present training regime, United have lacked their usual killer instinct. And at times it seems Wayne Rooney is the only one who wants to make things happen.
With both players at their peak and with only a few years left for them to be at the top of their game, a move away from Manchester would not be surprising if United fail to secure Champions League football next term.
Moyes did sign Marouane Fellaini from Everton, but he has been injured on most occasions or has never lived up to his potential when given the opportunity.
With another month of despair and agony, fans will become frustrated. United were knocked out of the FA Cup by Swansea, and then were beaten by a relegation hopeful Sunderland away from home.
Though some corners of the Manchester United faithful have called for the sacking of David Moyes, the likelihood of that happening is minimum. With Moyes said to have the backing of the administration.
Did Manchester United commit a dreadful mistake by hiring David Moyes?
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