The 28-year old forward who has only managed to make only two substitute appearances for Sunderland this season was guilty of copying and pasting a message in expressing his thought after their loss to West Ham over the weekend.
Moyes in a press conference ahead of the Black Cats trip to the St. Mary's Stadium dismissed the involvement of football coaches on Twitter.
“I don’t do Twitter. I actually think it’s not been a good thing for football managers. I don’t know what industries Twitter has helped or not helped," Moyes was quoted by The Sun
A Winston Reid’s late goal at the Stadium of Light over the weekend prompted the former Nigeria u23 forward to copy and post a full message believed to be sent by an online guru after the loss.
“Can you tweet something like – unbelievable support yesterday and great effort by the lads! Hard result to take! But we go again!," Anichebe had tweeted on his Twitter page.