Stormzy ridicules former Manchester United manager David Moyes at Glastonbury: ‘I come to your team and f*** s

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The Grime superstar is a big Manchester United fan and mocked Moyes over his disastrous spell at Old Trafford which lasted just nine months

Grime artist Stormzy ridiculed former Manchester United manager David Moyes as he stole the show with his Glastonbury headline set.

The 25-year-old United fan, rapping from the world famous Pyramid Stage on Friday night, sang, ‘I come to your team and f**k s**t up – I’m David Moyes‘ during his opening track, ‘Know Me From’.

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Stormzy wowed the crowds with a truly stunning set as Friday headliner

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His name check of the ex-Red Devils boss was beamed to millions watching and listening on television and radio across the globe.

Wearing a stab vest emblazoned with a Union Jack, Stormzy, who famously played Anthony Joshua down to the ring for his fight with Dillian Whyte, used his set to highlight inequality, racial profiling, knife crime and politics.

That jibe from Stormzy is reference to Moyes’ unsuccessful tenure at Manchester United.

The Scot was chosen to take charge at Old Trafford by the departing Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013, but it did not go to plan and he was unceremoniously forced out of the door just nine months later.

United handed Moyes a six-year contract at the time – a deal which only expires at the end of this month.

Speaking to talkSPORT, in a game of ‘First and Lasts’, the 57-year-old was asked about the last time he cried.

And he couldn’t quite disguise the disappointment in his voice when he answered: “Oh, I think probably when I lost my job at Manchester United.”

Having finished sixth to fail to qualify for the Champions League last season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Moyes also said he felt the club had failed to progress since his time in the dugout.

David Moyes did not last long as Manchester United boss

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David Moyes did not last long as Manchester United boss

“I feel that since I took over to where they are just now, I don’t think there’s an awful lot of difference,” he added.

“When I took over it was needing a change and needing a turnaround of players, and that was all going to take time.

“I feel like in the four years or so since I was managing there, it’s probably not moved on much more.

“It’s quite similar, they’re still saying there needs to be changes and has to be things done.

“That time since I felt hasn’t been used awfully well.”