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David Moyes meets Grim Reaper - again

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Manchester United manager David Moyes has come face-to-face with the ‘Grim Reaper’ for the second time this season.

Death first made an appearance at Old Trafford in March, when the Red Devils beat Olympiakos 3-0 in the Champions League last 16. This time he had a front row seat at Goodison Park where, at the time of writing, Moyes’ beleaguered side were being outclassed by the Toffees.

However, Mr. Reaper didn’t last long before security led him out of the stadium for taunting the Manchester United manager. He was snapped being led away by stewards, still wearing all of his gear and looking the part.

Death’s presence could be a sign that Manchester United are on the verge of sacking Moyes, whose debut campaign at Old Trafford couldn’t have gone much worse. The Red Devils have gone from Premier League champions to seventh place in less than 12 months - and will miss out on Champions League football for the first time in 18 years.

Rumours suggest Manchester United could replace Moyes with the likes of Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal or Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp this summer, while reports claim the Scot will be given the summer transfer window to sign his own players and revamp his current squad.

It’s unclear whether the Grim Reaper already has his tickets sorted for United’s last games of the season against Norwich City, Sunderland, Hull City and Southampton.

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