Ex-Tottenham Hotspur chairman Alan Sugar has revealed he was sad to see David Moyes get the sack as Manchester United boss on Tuesday. The Scot paid the price for a miserable campaign that broke a series of unwanted records as he struggled to fill the void left by Alex Ferguson. Moyes’ departure was confirmed after it was confirmed United would not be in next season’s Champions League following the 2-0 defeat to Everton at the weekend. That result meant the Red Devils had lost 11 Premier League games this season – a new record for the club. They have also lost 10 of their 22 games this calendar year as Moyes struggled to stop the rot amid speculation of dressing room discontent and open mocking of his methods – a reality hinted at in his own statement which thanked everyone at the club, including the fans, apart from the players. The former Spurs chief believes Moyes was treated harshly. “Sad Moyes was fired. Problem was players never with him from day one,” he wrote on Twitter.  Read more Manchester United transfer news.