After another poor performance, David Moyes has to ask himself what is he really doing on Manchester United's bench.
Yesterday's shock happened at the Karaiskakis, home of Olympiacos F.C. The Greek team won their first leg match against the Red Devils who, again, disappointed their fans in the Champions League being this the only and the last competiton they could win this season.
Goalscorers for the Pireaus team were Argentinian Alvaro Dominguez and Joel Campbell, the Costa Rican forward on loan from Arsenal.
Nemanja Vidic has already announced he is leaving Old Trafford. If the club doesn't get back on the right track he will probably not be the only one on his way out. Juan Mata's transfer from Chelsea to Manchester United was the biggest transfer fee ever in the team, but disappointment is still present and will be if they keep on playing like this.
The tensions are growing, fans are unhappy and they blame only one person for the situation at the club - David Moyes.
Altrough he has proven his ability at Goodison Park, it just doesn't seem he could manage one of the world's best teams - or at least they were one.
How long will he stay if his team keeps performing like this? It's only a matter of time, his time is running out.
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