The internet sometimes can become so cruel to play with one’s emotion. It didn’t act differently when the news came into the media that former Manchester United manager David Moyes has been sacked by Spanish club Real Sociedad.
The former Red Devils boss had a miserable stint at Old Trafford, things didn’t work out in Spain also, as Sociedad’s performance graph dropped more under Moyes leaving the club owners with no option but to sack him.
Moyes, who was appointed as the manager of this Spanish club almost exactly a year ago, just seven months after he was sacked by Manchester United, managed to win only two of the 11 La Liga matches in charge this term and the team are currently hobbling 16th in the points table.
He won 12 matches out of 38 games altogether and when his side beat Barcelona in January, it was news all over but at the end finished 12th last season. The former Everton manager’s last match was against newly promoted Las Palmas which they lost by 2-0 on Friday.
While football fans and experts tore apart the remains of his much debated failed stint in La Liga, there was one surprising ironical addition to the internet trolls.
Virgin Trains, a private rail company offered Moyes somewhat, a fast-track (pun intended) route back into the management.
Hey David Moyes, looking for a quick route back into management, why not apply for our DTM role? It’s permanent too pic.twitter.com/qe6UgWUpnw
— Virgin Trains (@VirginTrains) November 9, 2015