Manchester United go into their Champions League last 16 second leg against newly crowned Greek champions Olympiakos 2 nil down and at their lowest ebb in years.
Humiliated by arch-rivals Liverpool at the theatre of dreams over the weekend a storm is brewing at the club.
The pressure on manger David Moyes is intense, but has the potential to get a lot worse: “My future is not changed one bit, I have got a great job. I know exactly the direction I want to go in. It has not been the season we hoped we would have at this present time, but I have got ideas what I want to do, I am going to put in place when the time is right. But the most important thing just now is to get the Olympiakos game played, hopefully get through in that competition,” said Moyes.
After Olympiakos United play West Ham and then Man City at Old Trafford if City win the vultures will be out over the newly named theatre of nightmares.
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