Moyes admits to tough start at Man Utd

David Moyes has admitted his early introduction to life as Manchester United manager has been difficult, according to the Daily Telegraph, as he has had to deal with the uncertainty over the future of Wayne Rooney and the club’s struggle to sign a midfielder, after giving up on Barcelona’s Cesc Fabregas.

Moyes left Everton after 11 years at Goodison Park to take over at United following the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson, and has revealed that while guiding the Toffees was at times challenging, he has found leading United to be a totally different experience.

The transition from Everton to United has been difficult at times as I have hard decisions to make,” Moyes said. “Everton are a great club and I was proud to manage them. I can’t deny Manchester United is on another level. Let’s be honest, it would be a step up from just about any club in the world. The level of interest from the fans and the press is phenomenal.

But despite the difficulty, or perhaps because of it, Moyes is relishing the arrival of the new season as United seek to defend the Premier League title. “I cannot wait to get the season started,” Moyes added. “I know what it’s like to step out at Old Trafford as the manager of the opposition, so to step out in front of 75,000 fans as the Manchester United manager will be special for me.

I know it won’t always be easy, but I just hope we can all work together. My sole goal is to be successful and have a winning team. I hope that over the years we can have plenty of success.

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