Manchester United fans hold the future of David Moyes in their hands.

The Telegraph says Moyes's precarious grip on his position as Manchester United manager rests in the hands of the club's supporters, with senior figures at Old Trafford standing by the Scot in the wake of the club's humiliation against Liverpool on Sunday.

The manner of United's performance has been described as "awful" by the club's power brokers, who have growing concerns over the alarming run of results since the turn of the year which have seen Moyes's team beaten in seven of their 14 games.

But with the Old Trafford crowd continuing to display the patience demanded of them by Sir Alex Ferguson following his retirement in May last year, the club's owners, the Glazer family, remain hopeful that Moyes can arrest the slump and take United forward.

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