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Moyes: Tour important to know new players

07-30-2013 16:24 BJT

Manchester United have flown back to the UK after finishing their tour of the Far East and Australia. The trip which has been largely dominated by the futures of Wayne Rooney and Cesc Fabregas, ended on a high with a 5 - 2 win over Kitchee in Hong Kong.

Danny Welbeck scored the first but it was two other youngsters who really impressed, with Jesse Lingard taking his goal count on tour to four, while Adnan Januzaj scored with a header, after several impressive performances. The result rounded off the tour, an experience David Moyes says was a good opportunity to get to know his new players and staff.

"I’ve taken away a great experience of my first trip with Manchester United in general and what the football club means around the world. But I’ve gotten a chance to know the players. To try and settle into my environment and the players to get to know me as well. They have been working with a great manager for a long time, a lot of them, so it’s going to take time." David Moyes, Manchester United Manager said.

 

Editor:James |Source: CCTV.com

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