West Ham United manager David Moyes admits that he will ‘constantly be sorry for’ leaving Everton for Manchester United after an 11- year supervisory stint with the Toffees.
David Moyes has actually confessed that he will ‘constantly be sorry for’ leaving Everton for Manchester United
The 56- year-old took over from Sir Alex Ferguson in the Old Trafford dugout following an 11- year stint on Merseyside, however lasted less than a year prior to being changed by Louis van Gaal
Moyes, who is now in charge at West Ham United, has actually considering that exposed that he does not be sorry for taking the United task in 2013, however will constantly look back on the Everton team that he had actually assembled.
Speaking with beIN SPORTS, Moyes stated: “I think I’ll constantly look back and remorse leaving Everton due to the fact that of the team and the players I had built at that time.
” However I’ll never ever be regretful for signing up with Manchester United or doing what I have actually done. I think in football all of us make choices– Andy Gray will inform you as much as anything– some work for you, some do not work for you.
“I think on the journey of being a football player or football manager you’re never always going to have good times. You’re always at times going to have ups and downs.”
Moyes won 218 of his 518 games in charge at Everton in between 2002 and 2013.