E-MAIL From Blue Echo
Whenever a Premiership managerial vacancy becomes available David Moyes instantly becomes the bookies favourite.
The media only weeks ago were predicting Moyes to succeed Alex Ferguson at Manchester United once Fergie retires but now as a vacant sign appears on Harry Redknapp's office door the media swings their attention once more to David Moyes who seems to be well respected by his fellow managers in the game.
Recently rumours have circulated that Moyes will stand down should Baines be sold and should there be any truth in that then a lot of Evertonians myself included wouldn't blame him as he must be agonisingly frustrated not being able to build a team to his liking.
Ten years at one club as a manger in today's game is one hell of an achievement. But as much as he has failed to produce silverware, our football club has become stable in the top flight. He is also admired and respected by fans from all over who constantly tell us that our gaffer has worked wonders on a shoestring budget.
His dealings in the transfer market have been very shrewd and certainly picked up some bargains along the way with Cahill, Arteta, Pienaar and most recently Jelavic spring to mind, that is to name a few where as other clubs have spent a ridiculous sum on players who are not worthy of their fee.
I personally would be devastated to see him depart Everton FC but during his time in football he must have personal ambitions and wonder if he can cut it elsewhere.
Should the day come then we need a replacement and I for one have never thought who I would like to succeed Moyes should that day arise.
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