Manchester United manager mocked by fan on Twitter

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It's hard not to feel sorry for David Moyes.

The Manchester United manager is struggling big time at Old Trafford - and many of the Red Devils' supporters are beginning to lose patience with the Scot who succeeded Sir Alex Ferguson last summer.

Sunday's Premier League match against Fulham was downright bizarre at times.

Despite dominating the match, United found themselves 1-0 down until the 78th minute, when Robin van Persie and Michael Carrick scored two goals in quick succession to turn the game on its head.

However, the smile was wiped off Moyes' face in the final minute of stoppage time, when Darren Bent pounced to score a famous equalising goal for the Cottagers.

United's style of play in recent weeks has been heavily criticised, while fans are becoming increasingly agitated by the sheer number of aimless long balls and crosses failing to reach their intended targets.

And one fan, in the aftermath of the Fulham match, mocked up this PlayStation controller - showing the pass, through-ball and even cross options replaced by one command: 'Hoof'.

Other options include 'Dive' and 'Avoid Relegation'.

Is this harsh or fair on Moyes?

Either way, it's pretty amusing.

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