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Last Updated: Saturday, 21 February, 2004, 19:25 GMT
Moyes slams profligacy
Everton boss David Moyes
Everton boss David Moyes criticised his side for not building on a two-goal lead after they drew with Southampton.

Moyes' side had established a 2-0 advantage but failed to make the most of their goalscoring chances.

"We were the better side in the first half, no question, and should have scored more. We should have gone in 3-0 or 4-0 up," he said.

"We should have killed the match off in the first half with the number of chances we missed."

At half-time today 30,000 fans must have been thingking get the new boss in now
Southampton chairman Rupert Lowe
Moyes added: "We were the better side in the first half, no question, and should have scored more. We should have gone in 3-0 or 4-0 up.

"My players knew Southampton would go very direct in the second half. They wanted to get it up to the front boys and play off them.

"Then we made it 3-1 with 10 minutes to go and wanted to see the game out."




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