Wednesday night is the night when Arsenal and Manchester United lock horns at the Emirates Stadium, and many believe this could be the last game as manager for David Moyes.

The Scot has had a very tough time at United but, in fairness, whoever it was going to be it was going to be tough.

The reason he is getting so much stick is mainly because of the fact that he hasn’t won any trophies and even though he is a talented manager, he is a very unproven coach.

He was not many people's first choice and seeing as he is having a very tough time currently even more eyebrows are being raised because of the appointment.

This game against Arsenal is extremely crucial for the Scottish manager, and this could be the game where he revives his season and possibly help Manchester United qualify for the Europa League seeing as the last Champions League spot is seemingly out of reach at the moment.

The club's former manager Sir Alex Ferguson still says that Moyes is the man to push United forward but at the moment it doesn’t seem like it.

Their main rivals Liverpool, Chelsea Arsenal and their local rivals Manchester City have been in fantastic form; they are favourites to finish in the top four and they are also favourites to challenge for the league.

So, in truth, it all hangs in the balance for David Moyes - and this game against Arsenal could see the end or the continuation of his Manchester United reign.

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