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Manchester United Facebook Page Lets Slip That David Moyes Is The New Manager [PHOTO]

man utd facebook moyes 600x273 Manchester United Facebook Page Lets Slip That David Moyes Is The New Manager [PHOTO]

Someone behind the scenes working on Manchester United’s official Facebook app was trigger happy this morning when he or she uploaded this page (pictured above) that welcomes David Moyes as the new manager of Manchester United.

In addition to that, the official FIFA Twitter account posted a tweet to announce that David Moyes has officially been announced as the new manager of Manchester United. However, FIFA deleted the tweet just a few minutes later.

The leaked information revealed that David Moyes has signed a five-year contract and will join the club at the end of the season.

In the meantime, we’re awaiting official confirmation.

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3 Responses to Manchester United Facebook Page Lets Slip That David Moyes Is The New Manager [PHOTO]

  1. Bishopville Red says:

    It’s a very good chance that Moyes is the next man, but it’s very common for clubs to build profiles, graphics and databases on all possible candidates.

    A few years ago someone stumbled upon a page on the MUFC website with a whole bunch of player profiles of players who had only been slightly rumoured to be coming to the club. Needless to say, the rumours flared up. If memory serves me, none of them actually arrived.

    In essence, this is like the obituaries that have already been written for significant persons or retirement eulogies that are already penned, only waiting for the final numbers to be thrown in in order to make it timely.

    All of those 3000 word Fergie articles that harken back over three decades? Ollie Holt and the boys didn’t slam those out in 15 minutes!


  2. moyes should go and buy players because that midfield is very poor.

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