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Man Utd boss disappointed after loss to West Brom

Manchester United manager David Moyes was disappointed with his side after their shock 2-1 loss to West Brom at Old Trafford.

Moyes felt that his side got what they deserved on Saturday.

"Disappointing performance, disappointing result. We never really got upto speed," Moyes said.

"We had a few chances, but West Brom held their shape, defended well and deservedly won the game."

Adnan Januzaj replaced Shinji Kagawa at half-time for United.

"I just tried to find another way, change things from the first-half," Moyes explained.

"I thought young Adnan came on and did really well."

"I have a strong team here at United, some good players, so I am in no doubt we will put it right.

"We will just go out and try and win the next one."


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