David Moyes Memes
We all skills quick the web and social media users are in jumping on the newest breaking news, mainly to mock and sometimes to support. Inside the case of Manchester United’s manager David Moyes, the pretenders have had a couple of weeks, nay even months to make their jokes and memes.
Unnecessary to discuss the ‘noisy neighbors’ Manchester City fans went a step faraway and actually presented placards to taunt United and their fans within the game against West Brom the night before Moyes’ departure from Old Trafford. David Moyes’ first season at Manchester United since taking up from Sir Alex Ferguson has been anything but a smooth process and 2014 doesn’t look to be getting any easier for the Scot.
Home defeats to Tottenham Hotspur and Swansea City in their only two matches thus far has done little to subsided the meme-makers – which remains very funny.
Whilst the departure of the much-maligned Manchester United manager David Moyes could also be cause for celebration for several of the club’s fans, it’s a positive disaster for the internet’s pernicious population of trolls. Moyes has been the most muse of a number of the web’s most unoriginal and unfunny memesters.
As my housemate so brilliantly put it: “David Moyes just seems like a victim.” Whether he’s smiling or frowning, he comes across as a person out of his depth. the primary Moyes memes truly encapsulated that helplessness and naivety, with these first two examples becoming ubiquitous on Facebook and twitter during the tumultuous early stages of Moyes’ tenure.
According to reports in England, the club is willing to offer Moyes around £200 million to spend so as to enhance the present crop of players he has. Maybe it’s a subtle hint for him to start out brooding about players in January and go against everything he has said thus far, but maybe it’s a show of religion within the manager to travel forth together with his rebuilding or retooling process during the summer.
Despite what seems to be a disastrous season in Manchester United standards thus far and despite being made into a laughing stock, Moyes doesn’t seem to be lacking any confidence that he’ll turn things around, and it doesn’t appear as if the front office is worried about his suitability all of a sudden.