Jan Molby was scathing in his post-match appraisal: READ HERE
Moyes’ ‘naught from crosses’ tactical approach was lambasted: READ HERE
And of course, such tactics ensured Tactics Bored was in on the act: READ HERE
Liam Happe demanded Moyes no longer be regarded as ‘above being sacked’: READ HERE
And even the fans were full of spite, as Overreaction Theatre documented: READ HERE
What could make it worse? Well, having his own players stick the boot in.
And on Monday, that’s exactly what Wilfried Zaha, currently on loan at Cardiff after finding his chances under Moyes limited, appeared to do:
Zaha would go on to insist that the Instagram post was not a dig at Moyes:
Those tweets were subsequently deleted, and it’s difficult to see anything other than a passive-aggressive statement in his original choice of words.
What do you think? Has Zaha crossed the line by digging at the man who, for now, is still technically his boss? Or has he indeed been mis-understood by those angry United fans quick to call him out on Twitter and other internet forums?
Have your say in the comments section below…
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