The best #PrayForMoyes tweets as end for United manager grows near

Rival fans have been sending #PrayForMoyes tweets ever since the rumours that Manchester United were about to sack their manager began to appear.

Fans used #PrayForMoyes tweets in a last ditch effort to save Manchester United manager David Moyes from the sack
WHY DOES IT ALWAYS RAIN ON ME? Moyes (Based on image by BohemianFC)

Rival fans have been sending #PrayForMoyes tweets ever since the rumours that Manchester United were about to sack their manager began to appear and here are our favourites.


Sir Alex Ferguson’s much discussed successor looks set to leave Manchester in the near future after widespread media reports accompanied a less than robust denial from the club itself, who simply confirmed that he had not yet been fired.

It looks to be a fairly perilous situation for the former Everton man so, if you don’t want David Moyes to lose his job so soon, read these #PrayForMoyes tweets aloud as soon as you wake up.

What kind of sick and disgusting joke is this United?! You people are cruel. We love Moyes. #PrayForMoyes ????

— Patrycja P. (@PatrycjaBeans) April 21, 2014

Moyes is somebody's father…please don't sack him

— Uchiha Harold. (@ZheRytsel) April 21, 2014

No, Moyes has to stay. This rumor was made up in the grapevine by enemies of progress. #PrayForMoyes

— Rui Faria. (@slysage) April 21, 2014

It is a sad day in modern football. #PrayForMoyes

— Aliff Arman (@aliffabr) April 21, 2014

This poll even shows it's too harsh to sack him. #PrayforMoyes pic.twitter.com/W9znO1BySJ

— jEFF qUIST (@JQzyy) April 21, 2014

#PrayForMoyes pic.twitter.com/Vp9sH93D5Q

— Darren Berry AFC ? (@DBerry1974) April 21, 2014


— JFT96 (@_LFCHenry) April 21, 2014

#PrayForMoyes. He is the chosen one. Chosen by every other club manager to head Manu. Still legit.

— Chair of the Bored (@Buggz79) April 21, 2014

Looks like the grim reaper called it right yesterday… pic.twitter.com/2wjCS360RH

— Laura (@Laura_Liverbird) April 21, 2014

Football fans across the globe uniting in protest against Moyes' sacking is what restores my faith in humanity. #PrayForMoyes #fb

— nick liew kok yeang (@nickliewky) April 21, 2014

#TheSackedOne #PrayForMoyes ??

— DSSM??™ (@RS__LFC) April 21, 2014

#PrayForMoyes pic.twitter.com/j3GnH22ie0

— Alex? (@RedCityOfficial) April 21, 2014

Manny Pacquiao showing his support for David Moyes… #SaveMoyes pic.twitter.com/gDNVKJ8oDB

— Boxing Memes (@Boxing_Memes) April 21, 2014

Someone's getting ahead of themselves #PrayForMoyes #EasterMiracle pic.twitter.com/9pSablcLGf

— Robin Davies (@Roblob_94) April 21, 2014

#SaveMoyes pic.twitter.com/C0NSPs9KnI

— MusicMafia (@musicmafiauk) April 21, 2014

I've just had to explain to the kids that the world isn't fair, and that bad things happen to good people. In bits. #moyesin #prayformoyes

— Chris S (@shoppy131) April 21, 2014

Easter is the UK's top Twitter trend right now. Closely followed by #PrayForMoyes. There's a spiritual barometer for you.

— 321Gospel (@321Gospel) April 21, 2014

Horrible and agonising end to a great weekend. Hold in there Dave pic.twitter.com/w7ys6pS8jG

— KOPART (@kopart) April 21, 2014