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David Moyes hits back at Mark Hughes's vulnerability comments

David Moyes disagrees with Mark Hughes's comments that Manchester United are more vulnerable following the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson.

Manchester United manager David Moyes does not share the view of Stoke City boss Mark Hughes that the Red Devils look vulnerable this season.

Hughes claimed yesterday that the Premier League champions have 'lost their aura' following the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson at the end of last season.

"That might be Mark's opinion," BBC Sport quotes Moyes as saying. "He's entitled to that but we'll wait and see.

"There's only two months of the season gone and there will be a lot of slip-ups by teams between now and the end of the season. We don't want to lose many more if we can help it."

United are currently eighth in the league table, eight points adrift of leaders Arsenal.

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