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I'm writing this solely so @97 isn't the last comment ever wrote on this page. Because I'm an Evertonian and I am not annoyed at Moyes one bit.
If I were a Everton fan (thankfully, I'm not) I would be annoyed at Moyes. Moyes' attitude seems to be: OK, I'm finished now with this Mickey Mouse club and it's time to move up a step or two. Bye to mediocity and hello to a new start with a big time club. I'd feel pretty insulted as an Evertonian...
I have a couple of suggestions for picking the successor to David Moyes.1) Let all the devoted Everton fans VOTE for a new manager, OR offer thejob to 2) Martinez of Wigan. I believe he would do a great job at Everton.Who would not want a FA Cup winning manager?
To be honest West Ham had nothing to play for and politely rolled over and let Moyes have his day. Over acheivers from a very average team, they will struggle next year when Moyes rapes them of their best players.
all moyes will be on record for is keeping everton in the premier league, no cups, nothing, if the next manager manages to win just 1 cup he will be recorded in evertons honours history moyes will not!. so not end of the rd, as long as everton keep there prem status .
To be honest West Ham were lucky to be nil. Should have been 5 or 6 nil and they have the Keeper & Collins to thank for that. Moyes will find it tough at Unt with Fergies men like Phelan around him everyday. Not to mention Fergie upstairs in the board room. I just hope Everton get a quality replacement
Moyes after match speech was not what I expected. He dismissed his time at Everton as a stepping stone to better things. I still can't believe how the fans accepted him resigning to go to Man U. Gullible!!!!
An excellent performance from Everton and a good way for Moyes to sign off at Goodison Park.He has a huge job ahead of him taking over from Fergie at Utd but someone will have an equally tough job in trying to improve on this Everton team Moyes has built over the last decade.
Congratulations on a great effort and there appears no doubt that had Everton played like they did against West Ham then I firmly believe we would have finished in the top four and perhaps may have won some trophies in David Moyes' last season. If Fellaini had maintained his form and Jelavic found his we could achieved so much more. We have a great squad, now we need a another great coach.
Congrats Everton, with a tiny bit of luck it will be the last win good old Moyes has for a couple of seasons, luv to see the Mancs drop a couple of divisions (*-*)
kurt replei @84Everton have the 8th largest wage biil in the Premier League, in the time Moyes has been manager Portsmouth, Birmingham,Swansea & now Wigan have all won trophies on a smaller bhudget.-----wonderful remark and true but one club is at rock bottom, another is in the championship, soon to be followed by a third.
Moyes has built well without being able to take the next step to deliver silverware. He's done a great job taking Everton from strugglers to a potential top 4 team. The next manager will inherit this potential but must turn it in to silverware and European places.Strange to think of the top 6 teams in England only Spurs & Arsenal will start next season with the same manager who ended this one.
#81He should've added: after a Decade?
How lovely to see the supporters 100% behind Moyes today. A lot of fans would do well to learn from that display.
Competitive sport is all about winning if you are of that level, football is about winning trophies, if you are in that league.Everton have the 8th largest wage biil in the Premier League, in the time Moyes has been manager Portsmouth, Birmingham,Swansea & now Wigan have all won trophies on a smaller bhudget.Good record for a small club while at Everton, but not a good record the club he's at.
@74.SeeDubya ''Aren't trophies what matter?''-----------------Apparently, if you're an Evertonian, trophies haven't been that important for 18 years. The success of Moyes in keeping this tradition going during his tenure, is to be admired.
As a Spurs fan I would just like to say what a great manager Moysie has been for your club. Its not only the fact that your team plays good football, but the limited resources your manager has had in terms of cash to buy players. Unlike most clubs including my own Moysie has not had significant funds to spend. Lastly and most importantly he is a true gentleman not many of those in the PL .
74.SeeDubya2 Hours ago Aren't trophies what matter?_______________Err No, not if you have to sell your soul.
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