Manchester United decide to sack David Moyes

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Manchester United have decided to sack David Moyes in the coming weeks after the Glazer family lost patience with his failures, reports the Daily Mail.

Moyes saw his Manchester United team succumb to their 11th loss of the Premier League season against Everton on Sunday - a record amount for the club in the Premier League era.

A dismal season across all four competitions had left Moyes teetering on the brink at Old Trafford but it is believed his latest failure against his former club has pushed him over the proverbial edge.

The Glazer family, who have seen Manchester United's share value plunge since Sir Alex Ferguson retired last season, no longer have faith in the man the long-standing manager chose to succeed him.

Manchester United are down 13 points on a Champions League spot and also look set to miss out on a Europa League place as well.

Officials at Old Trafford have been determined to stick by Moyes in an effort to promote stability and longevity. However, their is an inescapable feeling around the club that Moyes is not the man to rebuild Manchester United following Ferguson's departure.

Moyes strangely tried to claim that his team had played well during the 2-0 defeat to Everton whilst a growing amount of United fans claimed the result was the last straw.

It seems the owners finally agree.

Manchester United want to spend as much as £200m in the summer but can no longer trust Moyes with that sort of money.

Their shortlist for a replacement contains Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp, Holland’s Louis van Gaal and Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti.

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