David William Moyes is a Scottish professional football coach and former player. He is currently the manager of Premier League club West Ham United. He was previously the manager of Preston North End, Everton, Manchester United, La Liga club Real Sociedad and Sunderland. Moyes was the 2003, 2005 and 2009 League Managers Association Manager of the Year. He is also on the committee for the League Managers Association in an executive capacity. Moyes made over 540 league appearances as a centre-back in a playing career that began with Celtic, where he won a championship medal. He then played for Cambridge United, Bristol City, Shrewsbury Town and Dunfermline Athletic before ending his playing career with Preston North End. He became a coach at Preston, working his way up to assistant manager before eventually taking over as manager in 1998, his first managerial position. Moyes led Preston to the Division Two title in 1999–2000 and the Division One play-off final the following season.
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About David Moyes
Former player turned manager who led Everton to the FA Cup in 2009. He later replaced Alex Ferguson as the manager of Manchester United. In 2016, he began managing Sunderland.
He played center back for Celtic, Bristol City, and Preston North End in his 19-year career.
He was named League Managers Association Manager of the Year in 2003, 2005, and 2009.
He had a son and a daughter with his wife Pamela Moyes.
He managed Tim Howard on Everton FC from 2007 to 2013.
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