David Moyes’ first match in charge of Real Sociedad may have been a ‘great experience’, but the Scot may want to forget the wardrobe malfunction that went with it – after he split his trousers on his debut.
The ex-Manchester United manager was pictured standing on the touchline with a small tear in the inside leg of his trousers during his team’s goalless draw away to Deportivo La Coruna on Saturday.
Despite the tear being in a rather precarious position, Moyes was forced to carry on wearing the split trousers with the second half of the match having already gotten underway.
If that wasn’t enough for Moyes, the new Sociedad coach was also involved in an incident earlier in the game when he told Deportivo coach Victor Fernandez to calm down before the Spaniard was sent to the stands by the referee.
An eventful debut for Moyes, clearly…
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