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Report: David Moyes unhappy with Sir Alex Ferguson

David Moyes is reportedly unhappy with Sir Alex Ferguson after the latter was perceived to have distanced himself from the Scot due to his poor results at Manchester United.

Former Manchester United boss David Moyes is reportedly unhappy with predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson for a perceived distancing during his difficult times.

Ferguson hand-picked Moyes to take over from him at Old Trafford after his retirement at the end of last season, but the former Everton boss was sacked earlier this week after a disastrous campaign.

The champions are currently seventh in the table, and are a whopping 23 points behind leaders Liverpool after suffering 11 defeats this term - their most ever in the Premier League era.

According to The Mirror, Moyes feels let down by Ferguson after the legendary former boss neglected to offer his support during Moyes's tough periods at the helm.

Moyes believes that Ferguson deliberately distanced himself from his chosen successor as results began to suffer.

Meanwhile, Ryan Giggs has taken over at United until the end of the season.

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Manchester United's midfielder Ryan Giggs controls the ball during a friendly football match between AIK and Manchester United on August 6, 2013
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