This is a petition to prolong the managerial appointment of David Moyes, the current manager of Manchester United. During his tenure, several records have been broken, as well as big name players arriving or signing new contracts.
Sacking Moyes now would be very unfair. Alex Ferguson lasted 26 years, and Sir Matt Busby last 25 years. Giving Moyes the chop would be very out of character.
Furthermore, sacking him would be very expensive. Given that he was hand-picked by the previous manager, it is only fair that he is given a fair chance for a few more seasons.
After all, if it wasn't for David Moyes, no one would have witnessed the exciting young talent Adnan Januzaj this season.
Aug. 11 -- Manchester United 2-0 Wigan: Moyes becomes the first United manager to win a trophy in his competitive debut in charge, lifting the Community Shield courtesy of two goals from Robin van Persie.
Aug. 17 -- Swansea City 1-4 Manchester United: Moyes becomes the first United manager since Dave Sexton, who beat Birmingham 4-1 in 1977, to make a winning start in the league.
Nov. 27-- Bayer Leverkusen 0-5 Manchester United: Moyes records his biggest win and United’s biggest away from home in the European Cup since the Busby Babes beat Ireland’s Shamrock Rovers 6-0 in 1957, 56 years earlier.
Jan. 24-- Juan Mata joins from Chelsea for 37.1 million pounds. It breaks United’s transfer record, set when Dimitar Berbatov came from Tottenham in 2008.
Feb. 9 -- 81 crosses into the opposition box, a Premier League record.
Feb. 21-- Wayne Rooney signs a five-and-a-half year deal.
Please sign this petition and show your support for David Moyes.