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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

LIVERPOOL - Manchester United manager David Moyes maintains that there are positives for the club's fans to cling to despite them being out of contention for the Champions League.

Last season's champions suffered an 11th Premier League defeat of the season when they lost 2-0 at Everton yesterday.

United were already guaranteed their worst points tally since the start of the Premier League era in 1992 and the result at Goodison Park means that it is no longer possible for them to finish in the top four.

Moyes, however, is adamant that the supporters understand the problems he has faced in taking over from Alex Ferguson and is sure that he can turn the situation around.

"I think everybody knows that we are on track to make changes and do some different things. We are rebuilding. We have got things we want to do," he said.

"The supporters have been incredibly behind the team and supported the team throughout. They understand it has not been good. I recognise it has not been good. It needs to be better."





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