David Moyes - New Manchester United manager

David Moyes
Everton manager David Moyes is set to be appointed as the new Manchester United manager, after Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement. Ferguson, a young old man71, revealed his decision to step down after nearly 27 years at Old Trafford on Wednesday.  Sir Alex Ferguson's has won 38 trophies during his reign at Old Trafford & will now become a director and ambassador for the club. 

Fellow Scot Moyes, the age is 50, who have been in charge at Goodison Park since 2002, detained talks with Toffees chairman Bill Kenwright on Wednesday evening.  Wigan's Roberto Martinez & Michael Laudrup of Swansea are thought to top Everton's list of potential replacements. Moyes is expected to tell players & staff of his decision to join United at a training ground meeting on Thursday morning. He is still leading Everton out at Goodison Park against West Ham on Sunday for what would be his final home game in charge. 

The former Preston manager was installed as bookmakers' favorites to become the next United boss following a rush of bets over the weekend, even before going to speculate mounted about Ferguson's retirement.  Former Man Utd assistant manager Steve McClaren also believes Moyes is the right man for the job.  This is a great choice for Manchester United, but not a great choice for Everton because he will be a huge loss to them. It makes the change easier to get another British & a Scot manager in.
David Moyes is massively respected within the game and he will instantly get the respect of the players but it is the biggest pair of shoes you can follow. It is intensely not easy and I think the best job Old Trafford is the one after the one after Sir Alex Ferguson because expectations will be so tough.  

It may be going to be extremely difficult for the next boss of Manchester United because if it goes wrong the fans of the Manchester United will let him know they are missing Sir Alex.
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