Everton manager David Moyes is expected to be named as Alex Ferguson’s successor at Manchester United Thursday, as the widely-respected Scot moves into English football’s most demanding and historic job. The 50-year-old Moyes, who has spent 11 years at Goodison Park building solid squads on the slimmest of resources, is out of contract with the Merseysiders on June 30. With only two games left to play this season, and with Everton heading for a commendable top-six finish, Moyes was holding talks with club chairman Bill Kenwright in London late Wednesday. “He’s a winner and has a work ethic similar to Sir Alex,” ex-England manager Steve McClaren, and a former assistant to Ferguson at Old Tafford, told the BBC. “He’s also built a dynasty and legacy at Everton. He’s waited many years for this opportunity and I hope he gets it.” Moyes and Ferguson have had a close relationship and the Everton manager has long been considered as his fellow Scot’s most likely successor. He was even considered as a possible right-hand man to Ferguson as far back as 2000, when he was in charge at Preston, two years before he took the Everton job. Existing on a comparatively meagre budget… Read full this story
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