Man Utd players are hurting after poor results, insists David Moyes

Manchester United manager David Moyes insists the Red Devils are hurting after a 2-2 draw with Fulham at Old Trafford

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

David Moyes has insisted that his Manchester United squad are hurting after a disappointing 2-2 draw with Fulham on Sunday.

Robin van Persie and Michael Carrick had cancelled out Steve Sidwell’s opener at Old Trafford before Darren Bent scored a last-gasp equaliser to deny United three points.

I see them every day and they hurt because the results aren’t going the way we want them to

David Moyes

The defending Premier League champions have failed to win four of their last five games in all competitions, but Moyes defended his under-pressure squad.

“The players are hurting,” Moyes said.

“I see them every day and they hurt because the results aren’t going the way we want them to. They’re really good professionals in the way they go about their work.

“I mentioned it in my programme notes, I see it in their training and it makes me feel like they’ll get results. I’ve no doubt about that.”

Moyes remained in defiant mood despite the setback ahead of their clash against second-placed Arsenal at The Emirates on Wednesday night.

“We have to win all our games,” Moyes added. “You can ask me as many times as you like but I’ll keep saying that we have to win all our games. We should have won that one [against Fulham] and we needed to as well.

“We’ve just got to go into the next game. That’s what happens, you take the team on and you challenge them and we’ve got some good players here. I don’t think there’ll be many teams keen to take on Manchester United.”


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