"He has a very big reputation in the game and all the players want him to do the same for us here as he did with Everton," he said.
» Read the full article at MailOnline
Reader Comments (8)
Note: the following content is not moderated or vetted by the site owners at the time of submission. Comments are the responsibility of the poster. Disclaimer
1 Posted 13/11/2014 at 08:57:44
He probably needed a change of league really after what happened at United.
Even though we should dislike the way he left Everton we can't forget the gems he brought here, the likes of Seamus Coleman wouldn't be here now if it wasn't for Moyes, appreciate that.
What's the odds on a old boys reunion eventually in Basque with Mikel Arteta??
2 Posted 13/11/2014 at 09:22:20
3 Posted 13/11/2014 at 09:46:51
Yeah your probably right, Dave. I eventually see Moyes working as a TV pundit to be honest, don't see him coming back to England to manage, at least not anytime in the near future.
4 Posted 13/11/2014 at 10:37:45
It wouldn't surprise me if he went for Osman. That would certainly please one or two on here.
5 Posted 13/11/2014 at 10:58:30
6 Posted 14/11/2014 at 13:00:58
7 Posted 14/11/2014 at 20:49:42
I think a lack of a personality may be a handicap as a TV pundit.
8 Posted 15/11/2014 at 09:48:00
Marvellous city, San Sebastian, and they were champions of all Spain when I was last there in the mid 1980s.
Very passionate fans and people are the Basques and will love him to death if he can get them going the right way and project a successful image of their Atlantic city.
Equally, they will be all over him if he starts dithering as he has form for doing.
In summation, a temporary posting to re-fire the engines before the next adventure, probably as another humourless goon sat upon a BBC chair telling us what we already know.
Add Your Comments
In order to post a comment, you need to be logged in as a registered user of the site.
Or Sign up as a ToffeeWeb Member — it's free, takes just a few minutes and will allow you to post your comments on articles and Talking Points submissions across the site.