Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti is being lined up to replace David Moyes at Man United [Sunday Star]
Another Sunday has brought another negative headline for Manchester United manager David Moyes.
According to the Sunday Star, a tabloid with a deplorable record of getting stories correct, have splash the backpage of their paper with the headline “Red Carlo – Ancelotti to replace flop Moysie”.
Behind the raging headline is the far more humbled opening paragraph that immediately underscores the complete non-certainty with which the piece was written.
The Star barf:
Carlo Ancelottii will be offered the Man United job if David Moyes gets the sack.
The United board are currently weighing up their options for he summer should the decide current boss Moyes has to go.
And Real Madrid coach Ancelotti – set for the Bernbabeu axe -is one of the top names being considered at Old Trafford.
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