Atiku Abubakar Reacts On David Moyes’ Sack

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The 1999 Adamawa State Governor Elect shared his thoughts on his Facebook page:

“Some of my children are Man United fans. Today, some are happy, some sad. I don’t know if I should be ‪#‎MoyesOut‬ or ‪#‎MoyesIn‬ So I’ll say sorry to the sad ones, and congratulations to the happy ones.”

Well, David Moyes will be remembered as a unique coach in any case.

SEE 14 anti-achievements of the manager:

1. United are guaranteed to finish the season with their lowest ever Premier League points tally

2. United fail to qualify for the Champions League for the first time since 1995

3. United’s worst home league form for over a decade

4. Suffered three defeats in a row for the first time since 2001 this season

5. Eliminated in the FA Cup third round – something which happened just once under Ferguson

6. First ever home defeat to Swansea this term

7. First home defeat to Newcastle since 1972

8. First home defeat to West Brom since 1978

9. First league defeat to Stoke since 1984

10. First time United conceded a first-minute goal in the Premier League – Dzeko for City

11. First time Man City & Liverpool have beaten United home & away since Premier League’s inception

12. First time Everton, Man City & Liverpool have beaten United home & away since Premier League’s inception

13. First time Everton have beaten United home and away since 1969-70

14. First time Everton & Liverpool have ever done a league double over United in the same season.

Do you believe we’ll see a renewed Manchester United next season?

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1 COMMENT

  1. I can’t belive atiku knw man united dat much keep on mr president sir, a rich man nigeria like ur type will have dat much time for football.

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