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Post-match interview: David Moyes v Everton [video]


Filed: Thursday, 30th November 2017
By: Staff Writer


David Moyes admitted that his side were distinctly second best against Everton at Goodison Park tonight - but insisted that they showed some signs of improvement.

Having taken just a sole point from his opening two games, West Ham's collapse in their latest outing - against a team that had itself been conceding goals for fun - extended Moyes' unhappy start to his United career.

However the manager was pleased with certain aspects of the team's second half performance, when they (temporarily) had their hosts on the rack - a period in which Manuel Lanzini missed a crucial penalty and opportunity to haul the Hammers back into the game.

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








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