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Post-match press conference: David Moyes v Bournemouth [video]


Filed: Saturday, 20th January 2018
By: Staff Writer


David Moyes admitted that his team lacked the necessary cutting edge against Bournemouth at the Olympic Stadium this afternoon.

However the Hammers boss insisted that the overall performace was "another step in the right direction", as his team extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to seven matches.

Hear what Moyes had to say about the afternoon's events during his post-match press conference...








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