Monday, January 21, 2013

Moyes as new Chelsea Boss?

Chelsea could possibly appoint Moyes as their next manager after missing out on Pep Guardiola, who was probably deterred by the series of indiscriminate sackings. Moyes has been considered as the next manager as he has yet to commit his future to Everton. His rolling contract expires at the end of the season and he has yet to sign a new one. He had been previously linked with the Tottenham manager’s job and as a possible successor to fellow Scot Sir Alex Ferguson. Benitez’s short term contract could be extended, of course, while former manager Jose Mourinho has been linked with a return to the Bridge with his future at Real Madrid unclear.
David William Moyes was the 2003, 2005 and 2009 League Managers Association Manager of the Year serves on that Committee in an executive capacity as well. When reaching his tenth anniversary at Everton Moyes received praise from many fellow managers including Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger and Kenny Dalglish for his achievements despite operating with a limited budget.
Abramovich has yet to appoint a British manager and most Chelsea fans would warmly embrace Moyes as their new manager if he accepts the offer to overturn this trend of reverse xenophobia. Moyes is current paid 4 million annually according to Everton’s latest accounts making him one of the few Premiere League managers to earn more than the players. The chances of lifting trophies is plainly higher at Stamford Bridge as well as the chances of being sacked.
Abramovich is considered to be contented with Benitez and would probably retain him after the end of the campaign, but accepts that the hostility of the club’s supporters could pose as a serious barrier. Moyes is waiting to see whether Everton are able to hold onto their key players, Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines, both of whom have interested Chelsea. The longer Moyes takes to make a decision the more the possibility grows that he could be approached by Chelsea where he could showcase his disciplined stance.

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