Manchester United boss mocked in Super Bowl photoshop

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Manchester United manager David Moyes must have presumed his weekend wouldn't get any worse after Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Stoke City.

That unexpected loss provided yet another blow to the reigning Premier League champions' hopes of securing a top-four finish this season - and prompted more questions about whether Moyes is the right man for the job.

However, it's just as well the Scot doesn't use Twitter.

Shortly after the Seattle Seahawks thrashed Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl on Sunday night, a photo of an exasperated-looking Moyes was photoshopped onto the body of the Broncos' coach John Fox.

It's since spread like wildfire across Twitter, similar to the photoshopped images of John Terry following the 2012 Champions League final between Chelsea and Bayern Munich.

Meanwhile, a Facebook page entitled 'MoyesOut' has also been set up, with over 3,000 people now members of the group.

Can Moyes turn things around at Manchester United? If not, when will the Red Devils sack him?

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