By World of Sport (original post from Yahoo! Eurosport can be found here)
Just hours after David Moyes was named the new manager of Manchester United, fans were already coming together on social networking sites to call for his sacking.
It seems almost like a sick joke, but the hashtag #MoyesOut was quickly trending on Twitter, initially in the Manchester area and then across Britain.
Some of the complainants appear to be Manchester City fans, but a fair few of the commenters appear genuinely unhappy at the decision to appoint the Everton manager.
"Moyes appointment is the start of the decline! All we have now is memories!" Tweeted 'nolhman'.
Another, going by the handle Zawari876, had a grim prediction: "6 year trophy drought coming up"
But it seems that the vast majority of the Tweets - and therefore the reason why #MoyesOut soared to the top of the trending charts - were from bemused football fans wondering why on earth #MoyesOut was trending in the first place.
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