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Newly appointed West Ham United coach David Moyes asserted he has plenty to prove at the club after failing to make a mark during his previous job at the English Premier League (EPL) club Sunderland.
"I do have a point to prove, yes, I think maybe I have to do that and show it. Sometimes you have to repair things and maybe I have a bit to repair," the Scot was quoted as saying by The Independent.
"For me, I didn't do enough due diligence (before taking the Sunderland job)," Moyes added.
The 54-year-old also said joining Spanish football club Real Sociedad earlier was a part of his experiment plans and he wanted to try something different.
"I know when I look back, I started at Preston which was very good. I was fortunate enough to get a job at Everton, everyone knows about my time there. From that, I got a great opportunity to manage Manchester United, it's been well-documented," he said.
"After that, I wanted to try something different. I went to Spain, had a great year, enjoyed my time, different culture, different players. I came back and made a poor choice in the club I chose," Moyes added.
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