Manchester United's poor season under David Moyes reached a new nadir with a woeful display in a 3-0 home defeat to Liverpool.
And needless to say, plenty of football fans, both of United and other teams, have had their say on Twitter.
Moyes. pic.twitter.com/JJbvSIz40A— Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) January 19, 2014
A view of the Salford foothills pic.twitter.com/g41ZvJkxRQ— Mike Houghton (@pacificmick) March 16, 2014
"No. That's fair enough, I'll collect my things. Can I keep the tow... dry-cleaned and returned. Sure. No problem." pic.twitter.com/e8OZZUPFL8— Daniel Sandison (@DanielSandison) March 16, 2014
But there was some support for the beleaguered United manager.
Stop moaning and get behind your team. Real football fans stick with their club. If you ask nicely maybe I will come play for you?— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) March 16, 2014
@StanCollymore it's been 6 months! Give the guy a break! He deserves time and time he will get! Moyes will do good long term I'm sure of it— Conor Blake (@blakey_1995) March 16, 2014
Not for long, though.
David Moyes: "I thought we played well at times." Yes, from 1986 to 2013.— vaz malhotra (@vaz03) March 16, 2014
Didn't pause when the 3rd went in. Maybe we can do this every week.Players throw away games to get rid of Moyes & the fans have a sing song.— Scott (@R_o_M) March 16, 2014
When I try to spell Manchester United's manager, my phone autocorrects to MoyesIn. Lol. Sorry, United fans. This season has been too funny.— Xoel Càrdenas (@XoelCardenas) March 16, 2014
But it would be unfair to focus solely on United's failings.
A convincing win at Manchester United. LFC is the most exciting team to watch in football.— John W. Henry (@John_W_Henry) March 16, 2014
How Liverpool fans feel right now... https://t.co/E9UXv7lo6E— Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) March 16, 2014
Roll on, Olympiakos.