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Report: United Fans Planning Moyes Protest
Guardian, March 27th, 2014 2:28PM

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David Moyes’ problems at Manchester United have intensified since his team’s 3-0 loss to Manchester City at Old Trafford on Tuesday, a result that left the Red Devils a whopping 12 points outside of the fourth and final UEFA Champions League qualification place in the Premier League standings.

According to the Guardian, angry United fans are preparing a flypast banner that will be flown around Old Trafford for this weekend’s home game against Aston Villa that reads, “Wrong One - Moyes Out." The banner is a response to the “Chosen One” banner that has hung inside the stadium since former boss Alex Ferguson picked Moyes as his successor. The report claims a United supporters group has raised nearly 1,000 pounds ($1,660) to pay for the fly by.

Meanwhile, a separate report from the Sun claims that former members of United’s famous class of ’92, which includes Ryan Giggs, David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and Gary and Phil Neville, are being lined up to front a 2 billion-pound ($3.3 billion) takeover of the club “backed by Arab oil cash.” 

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