FANS of Manchester United are delighted to be launching their first campaign to sack a manager in almost a quarter of a century.
The thrill of seeing their new team below Hull City in the league table has seen success-jaded supporters revitalised by the chance to make Moyes Out banners.
Fan Bill McKay said: “Over the years it feels like I’ve seen every club in the league run into the ground by comically incompetent managers while we sit on the sidelines waiting for our chance.
“I have to admit, I’d given up even hoping.
But the buzz of seeing us outplayed by West Bromwich Albion in front of a wildly jeering crowd has made me think this could finally be our year. I cant wait to tear up my season ticket.
26-year-old Joanna Kramer said: “For as long as I can recall, United have languished at the top of the table.
But under Moyes, were within touching distance of a relegation battle for the first time in decades. God, just imagine, next season our first away game could be with Yeovil Town.
Fans are desperately trying to find a word for abject failure that rhymes with Moyes before results improve.
United manager David Moyes said: I was brought to this club to do a job, and the board have promised that I will be sacked once our place as a second-tier club is absolutely assured.
But the fans have to be patient because that could be this season, next season or even the season after. These things take time.