Moyes to Sunderland

Ricky Soulo  |  Bengaluru FC  |  2 Years Ago

After the disastrous stints at Manchester United first and then Spanish Primiera division club Real Sociedad, David Moyes has finally landed at the stadium of light. With the departure of Sam Allardyce to fill the vacant managerial position for England international, the club settled on the free agent David Moyes expecting a service akin to his time at Everton. 

Moyes joined Sunderland on a four-year deal. He joined in after a not-so-good season by Sunderland in the previous Premiership season and very minutely secured the top flight football under the guidance of Sam Allardyce. 

Moyes looks positive this time and may replicate the strategies he used to slide Everton up from the bottom of the table when he took over as a manager back in 2002.


“Sam did a great job in keeping the club up from the relegation zone last year” Moyes told “I’ll take up the great job by keeping the club near the top of the table”

According to experts, Moyes’ will have to face his own challenges accumulated within the club over the years and his reign at the Sunderland A.F.C will certainly be daunting, esopecially with the landing of the world’s top managers trying to shuffle the competition. He will be up against Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City on Saturday 13 August. 

Moyes has taken charge of 461 Premier League games for Everton and Man United, a figure only surpassed by Sam Allardyce and three other managers in the history of Premier league. 

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