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Post-match press conference: David Moyes v Watford [video]


Filed: Monday, 20th November 2017
By: Staff Writer


It was a baptism of fire for new manager David Moyes, as he reflected on a hugely disappointing defeat in his first game in charge.

On the day he took his 500th Premier League match, Moyes criticised his team for their performance in the 2-0 defeat at Vicarage Road, stating that "it was simply not good enough".

See what Moyes had to say about the afternoon's events during his post-match press conference...








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