Though perhaps not quite in the way he would have liked, David Moyes has been smashing records left, right and centre since joining Manchester United in the summer.

After churning out a dull, almost painful 2-0 loss to Olympiakos in the Champions League tonight, the Scot can chalk up another unwanted blemish against his name; Manchester United’s first competitive loss to a Greek side.

We’re not ones to jump the gun at FootballFanCast.com – but that disappointing first leg result mean Moyes will probably be the first Red Devils manager not to make it to the Champions League next season too…

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  • Reuben Damina
    2 years ago

    There is only one way to end these nightmare….. Sack moyes

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    • HAMMEDINA18
      2 years ago

      Sacking is not the next thing to do we must let moyes know that we always attack b4 we will later defend. He hav to play kagawa in evry game in premier league and allow R. V. P to play from left side putting chicharito up front and let rooney play behind him wit januzaj up at right wing. Then if he want to defend he can bring chicha out and put any defender or mildfielder for us.

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  • HAMMEDINA18
    2 years ago

    Infact its v.worst display against olyp. Cos both ashley young and valencia can not beat 1 on 1 player on d pictch even cleverly can not even make any dribling at all if moyes can try to start valencia at right back in our next match and play smalling evans or vidic, putting januzaj at right forward and allow kagawa to play behind any fellaini or carick wit mata together.

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    • dami
      2 years ago

      is it not better for Moyes to pack all is belongings and get out of this great team . he is a looser man

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