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Sunday, 20 October 2013

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United fans worldwide cry while other fans laugh uncontrollably

Comedy writers took to their computers in force this weekend to celebrate and mock Manchester United and their terrible form under new gaffer David Moyes.

On twitter, @JohnNotTerry mocked up a pic of Moyes selling burgers in his new job. @Football_Jokes said Moyes was celebrating his team getting a draw against 'a top four team' (Southampton).

Other tweets included 'In Moyes We Trust' with a picture of Mourinho, Wenger, AVB and Rodgers (bosses of Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool)

@FootyGags made Danny Welbeck their target with the following :Why did Danny Welbeck cross the road?.. He didn't, he can't even cross that

Footy_Jokes chipped in with this philisophical thought:
Arsene Wenger - Economic mind.
Jose Mourinho - Intelligent mind.
Brendan Rodgers - Tactical mind.
David Moyes - Never mind!

Another joker remarked "Moyes has been trying to get Everton above United for 10 years - he's finally achieved it"

Comedian @AndrewLawrence tweeted "People keep saying Moyes is all wrong for United, but I think he's a great manager to have in a relegation battle"

And finally - until the next red devil disaster - @stupidfootball wrote: Replacing Ferguson with Moyes was the worst mistake in football since Liverpool bid £3.5m for Carroll and forgot to add the decimal point.

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