Man United's super smiley training session proves everyone is having a great time

Brooks Peck
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Man United's super smiley training session proves everyone is having a great time

Losing 3-0 to Liverpool at Old Trafford intensified speculation that David Moyes' days at Man United are running out, but in his press conference Tuesday he assured everyone that he's totally not worried about his job. And to prove just how high spirits are in the midst of one of the club's worst seasons in not so recent memory, he took part in a giggly training session as Man United prepare to attempt a comeback in the second leg of their Champions League round of 16 tie against Olympiacos.

Let's take a look at the carefree fun that was had by all...

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"Hey guys, isn't this fun? Aren't we all having a good time together? I mean, if you didn't like me and wanted me to get sacked immediately, you wouldn't be playing this fun game of 'Don't pass to David' right? Right?"

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"Hahaha you kicked the ball right at my head, Namanja. What a weird accident that was."

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"Hey guys, look at me guys. Guys, I'm making a funny face. The boss is being funny, guys. Guys, over here. Don't you want to win games for me now, guys? Guys. Guys. Guys. Guys."

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"Whoa, be careful, Wayne. You could have accidentally broken my ankle with a challenge like that. Accidentally...right? What a good time we're having together!"

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"My head is just a ball magnet today!"

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"Finish him! Finish him now!"

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"This is the best training session ever! I haven't even thought about crying under my bed once all morning!"

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"Haha, stop punching me in the arm, Wayne. It's really funny, but I can feel a bruise forming and it hurts. A lot. Great banter, though. We're building a great relationship right now."

"I'm glad you feel comfortable enough to nutmeg me, Wayne. Sir Alex would've murdered you with a piece of wood if you ever did that to him, but I'm going to take it as a sign of respect and love."

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"You're going to use this sad picture of me standing all alone and looking over my shoulder when I get sacked, aren't you?"

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Brooks Peck is the editor of Dirty Tackle on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him or follow on Twitter!