It was strange to learn that when Manchester United replaced Sir Alex Ferguson with David Moyes there was no interview process, rather the former manager picking his replacement based on what he knew of him.
In his first press conference as United manager, Moyes explained how he learnt that he got a job he didn't even apply for.
"The first thing he said to me was 'I'm retiring.' I said 'Yeah, when?' I mean, he was never going to retire was he? But he said 'next week,'" Moyes said, as reported by Sky Sports. "His next words were 'and you're the next Manchester United manager.' I didn't get a chance to say yes or no, I was told I was the next Manchester United manager by Sir Alex, for me that was enough."
This season has been dreadful and, as it stands, United look set for their worst finish since the 1989/90 campaign, which is fairly remarkable when you consider they are the current champions.
Moyes still has the support of some fans, although the number turning against him is seemingly growing each week. Here are five reasons why those fans believe he should be sacked and not given a second season at the club.