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Van Persie suggests Moyes should leave Man United in spoof video

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The creative team at talkSPORT have been at it again as they've put together a video using English subtitles to suggest that Robin van Persie wants David Moyes to leave Manchester United. 

The 30-year-old striker hit the headlines this past week after giving an interview to Dutch television, as the forward suggested his teammates were getting into spaces that he wanted to play in.

And now, in the fake video that can be seen above, Van Persie has gone one step further and suggested that Moyes should depart Old Trafford. 

Of course this video isn't real, but you can't get away from the fact that Manchester United and Moyes have had a disastrous campaign. 

Manchester United are in sever danger of missing out on the Champions League qualification places, with the club currently sitting 11 points behind rivals Liverpool who occupy fourth spot. 

Moyes' men are also out of both domestic cup competitions and currently 2-0 down after the first leg of the Champions League Round of 16. 

Manchester United have it all to do in the second leg against Greek outfit Olympiacos in a games Moyes will be desperate to win. 

Fans of United will certainly be hoping that Van Persie does his talking on the pitch in the coming weeks. 

With thanks to talkSPORT for the extremely funny video. 

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