Emmanuel Frimpong posts mocking 'taxi for David Moyes' image on Instagram
The Arsenal midfielder uses social media to stick the boot into Manchester United following their latest defeat
A third defeat in a row for Manchester United has piled the pressure on David Moyes, and one Arsenal player is only adding to his problems.
Shortly after last night's Capital One Cup semi-final first leg defeat to Sunderland, Emmanuel Frimpong posted a 'taxi for Moyes' Instagram picture.
The mocked up picture features Moyes's head crudely photoshopped onto that of a hitch hiker's, with a board signalling Goodison Park as the destination he seeks.
Frimpong quickly removed the image, but not before it was spotted by others ready to stick the boot into Moyes.
It is not the first time the Arsenal youngster has used social media to make a joke at United's expense, with the Ghana international having previously posted an image featuring Moyes and Marouane Fellaini during their time together at Everton along with the words 'our plan to destroy Man Utd is working'.
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