Some stars have taken to Twitter to show their disappointment and to show their support for the banners that have flown over Old Trafford today.
I must say, I think the Moyes banner exercise lacks class, and is unbefitting of a club of Manchester United's stature.
Moyes has made sure the plane flying over Old Trafford will be piloted by Tom Cleverley so it should miss by a mile #MUFC
Disgruntled Manchester United fans have hired a plane to fly a banner over Old Trafford during today's match against Aston Villa calling for Manager David Moyes to leave.
It's thought a second banner has been booked to fly above Old Trafford this weekend.
Reports suggest a high-street bookmaker is behind the second banner – which will be flown from a second plane.
The bookmaker is refusing to reveal the message their plane will drag across the skies.
A plane has already been charted by angry fans to show the banner ' Wrong One, Moyes Out".
The first plane, chartered by angry fans, is scheduled to be flown over the ground for ten minutes before kick-off and then for the first five minutes of the match against Aston Villa.
Meanwhile David Moyes, speaking ahead of the game, insisted he has fan support.
Manchester United manager David Moyes says he's aware of the protest planned by some supporters during the game with Aston Villa at Old Trafford.
A relaxed looking Moyes acknowledged that fans have the right to protest but insists the club is at the start of a long journey with him at the helm.
ITV News has seen the 'Moyes out' banner set to fly over Old Trafford on Saturday.
A group of angry Manchester United fans have chartered a plane to fly the 'wrong one: Moyes out' banner - which is a reference to the 'chosen one' sign hanging from the top tier of the Stretford End.
The protest comes after United's disappointing 3-0 loss to local rivals Manchester City at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
Air Ads' chief pilot Chris Mustow, who will not be flying the plane tomorrow, told ITV News:
"We have to ensure we keep the message clean - there's no swear words in there - can't be seen to insult people directly and defamation of character._
This one will be fine - we're not going to cause a riot or anything._
At the end of the day we're employed to do a job and that's what we do."
CHIEF PILOT CHRIS MUSTOW
The plane is scheduled to be flown over the ground for ten minutes before kick-off and then for the first five minutes of the match against Aston Villa.
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