David Moyes dropped the f-bomb after a reporter called him by his nickname following West Ham United's loss to Everton.
The Hammers boss was left in shock after one journalist called him "Moyesy" during his post-match press conference after his side's 1-0 defeat at Goodison Park. After giving the reporter a stern look as he listened to the rest of the question, Moyes quipped: “Moyesy! F***ing hell don’t think we’re that close. Anyway, we didn’t play well.”
Sunday's defeat has left West Ham with just one league win from their opening seven matches as they head into the international break in 18th place on four points.
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Meanwhile, their form has been slightly better in Europe, where wins in both their opening two Europa Conference League matches have seen them top Group B ahead of Anderlecht.
However, Moyes was not happy with his players following their latest league defeat, admitting after the match that he "feels let down" by certain members of his squad.
“We had a game on Thursday night," he explained. "So you have to take that into consideration as well, and we are trying to put new players in, get the best out of them and find out a bit about them.
“But today I found out little bits, mainly about the players I already knew about. They were the players in the main who let me down today with play overall.
"The players who played last year are down on their level as well. We have got a good enough team but we need to start showing it, that's for sure."
West Ham's slow start to the season comes after they spent over £160million during the summer, including the signings of Lucas Paqueta and Gianluca Scamacca.
“I recognised back in February time that we weren’t quite as strong," added Moyes. "We chose not to bring anyone in back in January and I could see it. I’m the one who takes the responsibility and I’ve got to get those players back at that level quickly and hopefully we will do that.”
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