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DAVID MOYES says Europe’s big clubs will be worried about facing West Ham when the Europa League reaches the knockout stage.
The Hammers completed their group-stage campaign last night with their first defeat in the competition this season, but they were already through to the last 16.
Moyes and his squad can now look ahead to the prospect of facing the likes of Barcelona or Borussia Dortmund in the next round. Teams dropping down from the Champions League will face a play-off against Europa League group runners-up in February before West Ham resume their campaign in March.
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