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Moyes wouldn't fit in with 'winners' Tesco, say food chain

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Moyes must win now

It seems Manchester United boss David Moyes just can't catch a break from anyone at the moment - with supermarket chain Tesco even sticking the boot in.

Moyes has endured a nightmare first season at Old Trafford with United seventh in the Premier League and facing an uphill task to overturn a 2-0 deficit against Olympiakos in their Champions League last-16 tie tonight.

A disastrous run of seven defeats in 14 games since the turn of the year, the most recent a 3-0 home drubbing by bitter rivals Liverpool, has left many questioning whether Moyes should still be in the United job.

But should United's owners the Glazer family terminate Moyes' six-year contract he might struggle with a possible career change after Tesco's mobile service used their Twitter account to suggest he shouldn't bother applying for any vacancies with them.

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