Ex-Manchester United manager David Moyes has been left out in the cold since he was fired by the club last year – and things have got even icier as he took part in the ice bucket challenge.
The 51-yer-old, who was sacked after only nine months in charge at Old Trafford, was nominated to take part in the online craze by former Everton player Marouane Fellaini.
The Scot duly obliged by swapping the great British summer for a flash flood.
And he nominated Everton player Leon Osman, this year’s Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley and singer-songwriter Rod Stewart to be the next to do it.
Moyes is the latest in a long line of people to take part in the trend for the charity ALS, which helps sufferers of motor neurone disease.
Former Manchester United players such as Gary Neville, Paul Scholes and Cristiano Ronaldo have all done the challenge – along with many other celebrities and sports stars ranging from Justin Bieber, former US President George Bush and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini.
Even United legend Sir Alex Ferguson has been nominated to take part in the challenge, but has so far not obliged.
Image courtesy of Lauren Moyes, via YouTube, with thanks