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07/05/2013 08:50 , Editorial team
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Today at Old Trafford

14:22 On the Everton fans, Moyes said: "They have been great to me. It was over 11 years ago that I arrived and had my first game against Fulham - I remember it as though it was yesterday and I remember the reception they gave me. I was a relative unknown coming from Preston, but they were great in the way they supported me and got behind me. The biggest thing I want to say is thank you for their support. It's not normal nowadays that a manager stays in the job for 11 years, it's less likely than it's ever been so I have to thank them because if I hadn't had their backing then I'm sure that wouldn't have happened." (GT)

14:20 We've all just been watching David Moyes' pre-match press conference in the office. Out of respect for his current club he didn't speak about United, but took time to thank the Everton fans and Toffees chairman Bill Kenwright for supporting his decision to leave Goodison Park. "I've got great respect for the chairman. He's a really good guy and we've had a great relationship. He's always been great to me. He's never been critical, he's always been supportive and tried to give me everything he can. It was a difficult meeting [the other day] but he totally understood and knew where things were going." (GT)

13:42 The latest round of pre-match press conferences has allowed journalists to ask Premier League managers for their thoughts on Sir Alex's departure. Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini, preparing for this weekend's FA Cup final against Wigan, said: "It has been a great honour and pleasure to compete against Sir Alex for three years. It was a great honour to beat him at Old Trafford and I wish him good luck for his future. I don't think there will be another manager like him. A manager who stays for 27 years at the same club and wins every trophy for 27 years - it is an

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