West Ham's manager Sam Allardyce watches his team's English League Cup semi-final soccer match against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester, England, Wednesday Jan. 8, 2014. (AP Photo/Jon Super)
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There's no immediate risk to David Moyes' job at Manchester United.Alex Ferguson's successor has presided over a hat-trick of losses at the start of 2014, a miserable sequence that has not been witnessed at United since the tail end of the 2000-2001 season. A side that won the league by 11 points under Ferguson last season are now 11 points behind table topper Arsenal in seventh.Robin van Persie was the signing whose goals powered United to the Premier League title last season under Ferguson.What an overreaction that seems now, with the team top of the league.The 2012 champions travel to Newcastle Sunday just a point behind leader Arsenal having scored 57 goals in 20 league games.Sam Allardyce's West Ham hasn't won in the league since November and have lost their last two matches: in the FA Cup (5-0 to Nottingham Forest) and in the League Cup (6-0 to Man City).
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