David Moyes says still coming to terms with scrutiny

Moyes was speaking ahead of next weekend's sold-out pre-season tour match against the Australian A-League All Stars in Sydney. "I'm following probably the finest football manager that's ever lived," he said of Ferguson, who won a string of honours including 13 Premier League titles.

updated: July 14, 2013 16:23 IST
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Sydney: Manchester United boss David Moyes said Sunday he still needs to come to terms with the level of scrutiny he faces as manager of one of the world's biggest football clubs.

The Scot, who has been in the high-profile job for just two weeks after replacing Alex Ferguson, on Saturday lost his first match with his new side 1-0 against the Thai All Stars in Bangkok.

Moyes, 50, said the pressure of managing at Old Trafford did not compare with his decade in charge at English Premier League rivals Everton.

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