(GSM) – Everton manager David Moyes is disappointed after the Toffees made a bumpy start for their season.
Having gathered only two points from their opening five matches in the Premier League, Everton’s misery was compounded after they were dumped out of the League Cup by League One outfit Brentford on Tuesday.
And ahead of his team’s trip to Fulham, where he will be in-search of a vital win, Moyes said he expected his team to make a better start following a superb run at the end of last season.
Moyes said: “We started the season with the belief, coming off two defeats in 24 last year, that we would start the season well.
“It didn’t happen and that affects your confidence. It’s disappointing because I didn’t expect this. We expected to start better after the good run we had last year.
“We want to do better and nobody cares more than the players, I can see that by their attitude and the way they are training. Football pressure is what I do, it is what the players do. It is why we are in the business and we will get on with it.”
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