The best David Moyes slap jokes as Sunderland manager threatens female interviewer

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There were lots of David Moyes slap jokes after the Sunderland manager threatened a female reporter in a post-match interview
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These are the best of the David Moyes slap jokes after the Sunderland manager was filmed appearing to threaten a female Match of the Day reporter, albeit jokingly.

A media storm has erupted around the coach of the relegation candidates, with some calling for him to be sacked over what have been deemed by many as highly inappropriate comments to the BBC’s Vicki Sparks during his post-match interview.

The incident is said to have been recorded on the phone of a colleague of Sparks following a 0-0 draw with Burnley at the Stadium of Light last month and subsequently released to the media.

With multiple arguments on both sides amidst his recent apology, best to stick with the David Moyes slap jokes:

''There's absolutely no way Sunderland's season could get any worse.''

David Moyes: Hold my beer. pic.twitter.com/irVrmsXkF0

— Coral (@Coral) April 3, 2017

David Moyes threatening to slap that reporter is the kind of attacking intent Sunderland have been missing all season tbf.

— –George Clapp ⚒ (@GeorgeClapp) April 3, 2017

David Moyes fighting for equality one slap at a time

— James Eck (@wellnessjames) April 3, 2017

DAVID MOYES

2013: Appointed manager of Manchester United

2017: Yer Da

— Oldfirmfacts (@Oldfirmfacts1) April 3, 2017

Richard Keys must have spent most of today thinking about this David Moyes stuff, hovering above his keyboard then thinking "No, leave it."

— The Football Ramble (@FootballRamble) April 3, 2017

David Moyes. pic.twitter.com/J3nIw0Yz9Y

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) April 3, 2017

After fascist Paulo Di Canio, dodgy dealer Sam Allardyce and slapper of females David Moyes, Sunderland opt for a less controversial manager pic.twitter.com/ggTFr5fzfN

— Taffy (@Dr_Laffy_Taffy) April 3, 2017

Anyone making a meal of the #Moyes comments needs to get back into the kitchen.

— Dan (@dmw1974) April 3, 2017

@BBCSport give it giggsy till the end of the season

— Mujtaba Hussain (@H7MUJ) April 3, 2017

@BBCSport The FA should get a slap

— Tom (@tom_peters1) April 3, 2017

@FootyAccums Respect David Moyes re his stance on EQUAL aggression! 😂

— WalkOff (@Walk_0ff) April 3, 2017

@jonbir90 @Gamble1878 @rachel_sg Lots of men who think "equality" means punching women in the face.

— C (@solongcharlotte) April 3, 2017

@BBCSport what do you prefer?

— Joe (@mufcjoee) April 3, 2017

pic.twitter.com/1q5xsLvMbZ

— Phil Makepeace (@AlteredCourse) April 3, 2017

@shazzajbfc @michael20471 @GaryLineker Did you really need to use 7 commas ffs

Jordan (@jordyc213) April 3, 2017

@JimDOfficial Simple solution, don't go into the kitchen. Won't have to talk to them then

— Lewis Turnbull (@lewisturnbull21) April 3, 2017

I reckon he could well win that quiz to be fair #Moyes pic.twitter.com/3XaPPfFaEq

— Rafferty's Jukebox (@PercyArmsDisco) April 4, 2017

David #Moyes right now pic.twitter.com/qL3rcSu0cJ

— David Hayles 🇷🇺 (@dibhayles) April 3, 2017

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