Manchester United's manager David Moyes rubs his face during a news conference at Old Trafford in Manchester, northern England March 18, 2014.(REUTERS/Phil Noble)
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Manchester United manager David Moyes was in a defiant mood on the eve of Wednesday's Champions League match against Olympiakos, denying that his job was under threat and saying he had the full backing of the club's board.The struggling Premier League champions must overturn a 2-0 deficit from the first leg of their round of 16 game in Greece to keep alive their last remaining hope of lifting a trophy this season.The demoralizing 3-0 home Premier League defeat by Liverpool Sunday increased the pressure on Moyes, who has endured a troubled start to his United reign after replacing Ferguson last year.United have to win by at least three goals against the Greek champions to go through without penalties, but have only twice before overturned a two-goal deficit in a European competition.
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