Former Manchester United boss David Moyes has admitted that he wants the club to stick with under-fire manager Louis van Gaal, Express reports.
Moyes’ reign at Old Trafford was cut very short as he was sacked after only 10 months in charge, despite earlier agreeing a long term contract.
The future of the current boss is now under huge jeopardy after United suffered a number of disappointing results in the league as they now find themselves out of the top four.
A 2-1 Europa League defeat to Midtjylland last week added further misery to Van Gaal as his side prepares for their FA Cup clash against League One outfits Shrewsbury tonight.
However, Moyes has come out to back the Dutchman to progress in both the Europa League as well as the FA Cup.
“They’ve got a second leg to come,” he told BBC.
“Everybody’s talking about the midweek performance, they’ve got a second leg, they can win the second leg and get through, they’ve got Shrewsbury in the Cup and they can get through in the Cup.”
Apart from that, the former Everton boss also revealed that he hopes the Red Devils don’t continue their trend of sacking managers and should consider sticking with Van Gaal.
“I don’t think Manchester United should become a sacking club.
“I was disappointed when i lost my job after 10 months. They have always stood for much greater things than sacking their manager regularly, so I don’t think they should.”