Marouane Fellaini has praised out-going Everton manager David Moyes for making him the player he is today, according to the Daily Mirror - but Fellaini also revealed that Moyes’ reaction to Fellaini’s three-game ban for headbutting Stoke City’s Ryan Shawcross left the towering Belgian intimidated by the Scot.
Fellaini was seen on video footage to have clashed repeatedly with Shawcross, growing frustrated with the jostling from the ce...More
With the final Premier League game of the season now almost a week in the past, Everton are yet to name a successor to David Moyes. All manner of possibilities have been mentioned, ranging from experienced bosses recently sacked by other clubs to rookie wannabes with no past managerial experience and those that fall somewhere in between, each with plusses and minuses and no clear, standout choice.
The leading contenders as of Thursda...More
Among the many names linked with replacing David Moyes at Everton is Vitor Pereira, current Head Coach of FC Porto, the newly-crowned champions of Portugal. A Different League asked Portuguese football writer Vasco Mota Pereira of PortuGoal for the lowdown on the man in question - and the chances of him pitching up at Goodison Park.
How likely do you feel it is that Vitor Pereira would leave Porto for Everton? What are the reasons that...More
Phil Neville believes David Moyes is a perfect replacement for Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United - and wants the chance to prove he can be likewise for Moyes at Everton, the Guardian has reported.
Neville played under Ferguson until moving to Goodison Park in the summer of 2005, then spent eight years as a Moyes player, leaving Everton at the end of the season after his contract expired. Neville has not yet decided if he is to r...More
ESPN believes Everton chairman Bill Kenwright is closing in on a successor to take over from the departing David Moyes.
After 11 years with the Toffees, Moyes will succeed Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager next season. He doesn’t start officially in Manchester until the start of July, but has received permission from Everton to travel to United’s training ground at Carrington on Monday to have his first meeting with his ...More
With the final game of the David Moyes era at Everton done and dusted, a 2-1 defeat against Chelsea on Sunday, the Toffees can really begin the hard task of appointing a successor to the departing, Manchester United bound manager.
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright said he would not rush into replacing Moyes, with an approach for the board’s favoured candidate always unlikely while the season was still on-going. We can expect then moves...More
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