One of the more credible English newspapers claim that if United do not get past Olympiakos, then Moyes will be sacked. There is reportedly a sense of awkwardness within his staff and United officials due to increased anticipation of him losing his job. Personally, I'm close to wishing the one thing a fan should never wish - a negative result which, for the long term, benefits the club, if Moyes is going to be sacked for it. However, I know for a fact my fan instincts will prevail and I'll be cheering United on until the last whistle. Regardless of the drama, do you guys think this game or the next three games (as is being reported by some papers) will determine his future? Do you think the United board will continue to back him next season if we lose tonight, lose badly against City, and miss out on even the Europa league? It's probably wise to note that if United do decide to back David Moyes into next season that they have to back him financially with a reported 150-200m up for grabs. Would the owners and backroom staff really be confident of giving such a vast amount of money to David Moyes? IMO: tonight won't determine his future, but I think if the season continues like it has, then he'll be gone come the end of the season. I just do not see United's infamously tight owners and backroom giving him the financial backing required when he has made so many errors already.