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Man Utd boss Moyes upset with jibes from Premier League peers

Manchester United boss David Moyes is upset with the way he's being treated by his Premier League peers.

The Mail on Sunday says succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford was never going to be easy, but having come under fire from so many quarters - unfairly, he believes - the 6ft 1in Glaswegian is ready to hit back.

He is fed up with the easy rides being given to Mourinho at Chelsea on his second coming and Manuel Pellegrini at Manchester City compared to his own arrival at United.

He is aware that with Ferguson out of the way, others are taking liberties. It is hard to imagine Mourinho publicly courting Wayne Rooney or Everton boss Roberto Martinez criticising United's transfer policy had the previous manager been in charge.

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