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David Moyes, seen here in the Man Utd dugout during the match against Everton, has been sacked. - EPA
REPORTS coming out of England have said that English Premier side Manchester United have sacked their manager David Moyes just 10 months after succeeding Sir Alex Furgeson.
This comes after United's latest defeat to Everton, which ironically was Moyes' previous team, during the weekend. That loss was United's 11th defeat of the season which saw them fail to qualify for the Champions League for the first time since 1995.
According to BBC, the club said in a statement it "would like to place on record its thanks for the hard work, honesty and integrity he brought to the role."
Player-coach Ryan Giggs is expected to take charge of United's next game at home against Norwich on Saturday.
The reigning Premier League champions are seventh in the table with four more games remaining.
Further reports to follow
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