David Moyes hits out at officials after Manchester United defeat

David Moyes believes Manchester United are having to play both “the opposition and the officials” after watching his side slump to a third successive defeat.

United will have to come from 2-1 down in their Capital One Cup semi-final second leg against Sunderland if they are to book their place in the Wembley decider.

Moyes’ charges went behind to a Ryan Giggs own goal just before the half-time break, but Nemanja Vidic headed then level just after the restart, only for Fabio Borini to convert from the spot after Tom Cleverley was penalised for a challenge on Adam Johnson. 

"I thought the referee was going to blow in our direction for the first goal," Moyes said. "I couldn't believe he gave a free-kick. It was a terrible decision. We defended a terrible free-kick but how the referee has given a free-kick for that is way beyond me. I just cannot see how that is a free-kick. The centre-half and the centre-forward jumped together and he gave them a free-kick."
The United manager was unhappy with Andre Marriner for awarding the penalty, claiming Johnson went down far too easily just days after Adnan Januzaj was booked for diving against Tottenham and he believes his side are now having to play officials.
“We had a player booked for the same challenge the other day. We are talking about them [referees] again aren’t we. It looks as if we are having to play them as well as the opposition at the moment,” Moyes told Sky Sports.

“It’s terrible, it really is. We are actually beginning to laugh at them [match officials], that’s the thing.”

What goes around comes around manure! LOL

Y'all enjoyed the biased officiating while it lasts (Ferguson tenure), why turn to cry babies now?! LOL

#InMoyesWeTrust :)