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"So I think if someone really looked at it, they would understand and hopefully realise I helped push the club in the right direction. I had a great rapport with the fans at Everton, but things wouldn't surprise me - I've got to do a job for Manchester United, while Everton supporters have to support their team, which they've always done."
You'd imagine that the majority of Everton fans will applaud their former gaffer, but as he says, you never know with some football fans!
"I always told them they could play without a manager because they are very well organised, but Roberto is doing a really good job keeping it going."
"I think we are playing very well - we are a top team at the moment. We’ve scored a lot of goals in the last two games and that is very important. I think the most important thing for us is every player is a good [player] and we are working together every time," he told the club's official website.
"He needs to experience that feeling when you are part of a team that wins," he told the Manchester Evening News. "It is fine having that feeling when you are part of a squad but it is great to have it when you are part of a team that wins.
"He [also] needs to start scoring from midfield. There is nobody better at that than Felli. The United fans have not seen the best of him. When he came he wasn't fully match fit but we are getting him fitter to play for United and be that box-to-box player."
Now there was a reception. Loud booing from the Everton supporters as David Moyes appears in the dug-out. Followed by some noisy abuse.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) December 4, 2013