Two Cup eliminations, but Moyes insists he will stay with Everton

David Moyes insists he won't walk away after Everton were dumped out of the UEFA Cup by Standard Liege last night. It was the second Cup elimination in a week after their Carling Cup exit at Blackburn Rovers, but Moyes insists: "We have had tough tests - all managers face difficult times, and I have had some. "No-one has a divine right to win football games. You have to earn the right to do so. "Managers can get into situations where it can be hard, and I have had it before. That's your job.

David Moyes insists he won't walk away after Everton were dumped out of the UEFA Cup by Standard Liege last night.

It was the second Cup elimination in a week after their Carling Cup exit at Blackburn Rovers, but Moyes insists: "We have had tough tests - all managers face difficult times, and I have had some.

"No-one has a divine right to win football games. You have to earn the right to do so.

"Managers can get into situations where it can be hard, and I have had it before. That's your job.

"There's no manager in football who thinks they have an easy ride, that's for sure. That's part of it. But I want to stay."

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