Moyes facing sack at Man United

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MANCHESTER United looks set to fire manager David Moyes after his disastrous first season at Old Trafford in which the club has failed to qualify for the Champions League for the first time since 1995.

The British press were reporting that a decision to sack Moyes was imminent late Monday night, a day after the Red Devils lost 2-0 at Everton for their 11th Premier League defeat of the season.

Under Moyes, United will finish the season with its lowest ever Premier League points total following the club's worst form at home for over a decade. First home losses to Newcastle since 1972, West Bromwich Albion since 1978, Stoke since 1984, plus home and away defeats by Liverpool, Manchester City and Everton currently places the club in seventh spot and out of the Europa League berths.

A plane flies overhead with a banner criticising Moyes in the match between United and Aston Villa. Source: Getty Images

Tottenham is six points ahead of United in the last spot for European football's second-tier competition. The last time United fail to qualify for Europe was in the 1981-82 season.

"We need to end the season on a high," Moyes told MUTV, United's in-house television station, on Monday.

"We want to finish by winning all of our games. We'll do everything we possibly can to make that happen."

United plays Norwich, Sunderland, Hull and Southampton in its final four matches of the season.

There was no comment from United about Moyes' future but the Guardian reported that the Glazer family owners of the club and vice-president Ed Woodward were in discussions about whether they should continue with the Scot.

Moyes shakes hands with Everton manager Roberto Martinez at the end of Sunday's match. Source: AFP

Moyes signed a six-year contract with United at the end of last season when he was hand-picked by Sir Alex Ferguson after the 71-year-old Scot's trophy-laden 26-year career at the club.

But the continual poor run of results and the absence of any improvement on the pitch has given the owners pause for thought about entrusting Moyes with significant sums for the much-needed overhaul of the squad.

There was fresh uncertainty at United earlier this week after reports emerged that forward Danny Welbeck is considering his future at the club following a lack of game time this season.

Leading British bookmakers have stopped taking bets on David Moyes being sacked as Manchester United manager.

Moyes chats to Ryan Giggs, who has played sparingly under him amid reports they don't get along. Source: Getty Images

Sky Bet cut their odds on Moyes leaving United before the end of May to 1/4 from 9/4 before suspending betting.

Ladbrokes installed United great Ryan Giggs, currently a player/coach at Old Trafford, as the 5/1 favourite to replace Moyes before they too suspended betting on their "next manager to leave" market.

Atletico Madrid's Diego Simone, Borussia Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp and the Netherlands' Louis van Gaal have also been linked with the United job.

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