Moyes on the Boyes post-Watford: ‘Donald Love my man of the match’

Jake: ‘one nowt’

David Moyes‘s post-match messages may have become more impersonal – no ‘Dear Colin’s or ‘all the best’s, but we can live with that as long as the team is winning … the manager and Monsieur Salut differ on the identity of Sunderland’s man of the match in the 1-0 win against Watford (I chose Denayer at ESPN)



“Thankfully we’re back to winning ways with a massive victory, which we needed to get ourselves in a stronger position.

It was one of those games you look at and say you need to try to win it.

Today was always going to be tough because of the opposition. They’re strong, powerful and have some really good players in the team.

It wasn’t pretty, I would say that.

Donald [Love] was arguably our man of the match. I thought he and Victor [Anichebe] were excellent.

After coming into the team having been out, Donald played really well today, and good on the boy. He’s been out for a while and stuck with his training.

Hopefully he will continue to improve and we’ll have a player on our hands.

I don’t think we got up to speed in the first half, but in the second we looked more like it. Watford faded a little bit and we were able to capitalise on it.”

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