Manchester United season-ticket holders have claimed they purchased a plane which will tow a banner reading ‘Wrong One – David Moyes Out’ over Old Trafford this weekend, Mirror reports.
David Moyes is to be hurtled with more abuse as angry United supporters turn up the heat in their cause to sack the manager.
Together they have raised £840 to pay for an aircraft that will circle the stadium prior to the Red Devil’s Premier League fixture against Aston Villa, towing a banner with the words ‘Wrong One – Moyes Out’.
At the moment the former Everton boss is in charge of Manchester United’s worst ever Premier league season, and members of the Red Issue forum – who started the green gold campaign against the Glazer family – have had enough of Moyes.
One of the members by the name of Jake came out to say, “It was an idea put forward by a member of the Red Issue forum, because we have had enough of the ‘Chosen One’ banner.
“We set up a PayPal account on the forum and we raised nearly £1,000.
“The forum is made up of hardcore fans and I would say 90 per cent of them have had enough of David Moyes.
“It’s not just the results, it’s the excuses and the way we are playing.
“We don’t care that Sir Alex Ferguson says we should get behind him and we want people to know that not every single fan is behind David Moyes.”
A fan using twitter has recommended others to look up into the sky tweeting: “I’d urge all to look up from 10 mins before ko till 5 mins in.”
On the other hand, reports that members of the legendary ‘Class of 92’ including David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, and Gary Neville have been dismissed as total “rubbish” by the club.
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