Keith Gillespie questions David Moyes's Manchester United future

Keith Gillespie believes that David Moyes's time as Manchester United manager should come to an end.

Former Manchester United winger Keith Gillespie has questioned whether the club should carry on with manager David Moyes.

The Scotsman, who replaced Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford last summer, has come under increasing pressure due to United's poor season.

The Red Devils recorded their 10th Premier League defeat of the campaign after Manchester City secured a 3-0 win at Old Trafford on Tuesday night.

Gillespie wrote on Twitter: "I'm fast coming to the conclusion that the David Moyes experiment needs to come to an end sooner as opposed to later.

"The United players collectively are better then the performances we have seen so sadly the coaching has gone amiss. Therefore how good is he

"In betting terms Mourinho was a safe bet and Moyes was risk due to experience. Unfortuneatly risk seldom pays off and I should know!!!"

United are currently seventh in the league table, 12 points adrift of a Champions League spot.

Manchester Uniteds Scottish manager David Moyes reacts during a League Cup semi-final first leg match between Sunderland and Manchester United on January 7, 2014
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