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Manchester United boss mocked by fake Fergie Facebook gag

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Manchester United have had an extremely difficult 2013/14 season to date and new manager David Moyes appears to have been the target of the majority of the frustration, criticism and jokes as a result.

Sunday's dire 2-2 draw at home to strugglers Fulham - in which Darren Bent notched a painful 93rd minute equaliser - saw the Red Devils' turgid campaign hit a new low.

And, despite last night's solid if relatively unspectacular goalless draw with title-chasing Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, it appears that the under pressure Manchester United boss has again become the subject of another internet jibe - which can be seen above.

This time, ex-boss Sir Alex Ferguson is also involved in the gag by virtue of an obviously fake Facebook account on which the Manchester United legend encourages Moyes to 'keep his chin up' before launching into a harsh reply that, if you look closely, is 'liked' by a certain RVP character.

Moyes has not done an especially good job at Old Trafford so far, that's for sure and he faces a significant task to get the fans back on side.

However, does he quite deserve to be the constant butt of - admittedly, often amusing - gags like this on a seemingly daily basis?

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