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A few days earlier, David Moyes had sympathy for current Everton boss Martinez. However with back to back defeats to Liverpool and Manchester United, it seems that the Spanish manager's tenure at Goodison Park will come to an end sooner rather than later.

Moyes wants Everton return
Now, it seems former manager David Moyes, who left the club to join Manchester United in 2013, is very much interested in coming back to Everton. Moyes managed the Toffees from 2002 to 2013 and enjoyed a successful spell at Goodison Park during that tenure.

However, in spite of that record, it seems that the Everton management is not too keen on bringing the Scot back again to the club. After unsuccessful tenures at Real Sociedad and Manchester United, Moyes wanted to come back on familiar territory but it seems his former club, with a new owner, wants to look at other options.

Although Martinez enjoyed a great first season with the club, he has failed to take the club forward in the last two seasons in spite of having a team filled with promising individual players.

Former Everton manager David Moyes feels sorry for the current situation of his successor Roberto Martinez.

David Moyes slams Everton after shambolic derby defeat
Moyes left Everton in 2013 for Manchester United, which did not turn out that well. On the other Martinez enjoyed a great first season with the Toffees. However, that particular form could not be sustained for the next two years.

The Everton manager has endured a very ordinary season in this campaign despite his side boasting of several star players like Romelu Lukaku, Coleman, Stones and Barkley to name a few. Moyes believes the latest defeat at the hands of arch rivals Liverpool would certainly be hard to take.

Some sections of the fans have already turned on Martinez. However, Moyes believes that his former club can compensate for things by qualifying for the final of the FA Cup. However, the former United manager realizes that it is going to be a tough job for the manager, given the circumstances.

Everton face Manchester United in the FA Cup semi-final. A failure in the cup would certainly be considered as the final nail in the coffin for the former Wigan Athletic manager.

Aston Villa are certain to be relegated this season. It is difficult to fathom the fact that one of the top clubs in the Premier league not so long ago and one of the seven clubs to participate in every Premier league season is waiting to face the drop to the championship.

Aston Villa target Nigel Pearson and David Moyes as next boss
However, it seems the management have already made plans for next season by making a shortlist with respect to the manager that they should be signing at the end of the season. According to various reports, there were views taken from former players and legends of the club by Aston Villa chairman Steve Hollis with respect to this decision.

Aston Villa have been in shambles this season and the next manager would have a huge task at hand. The likes of former Manchester United manager David Moyes and former Leicester Manager Nigel Pearson have been considered as front runners for the post.

Moyes was consulted for the Villa job after the sacking of Tim Sherwood but the former Everton manager was not convinced with the structure of the club. However, with the club due to undergo an overhaul pertinent to its structure, it has been reported that Moyes may be interested in taking up such a difficult job.

Apart from Moyes, Nigel Pearson, who has been lauded for his job at Leicester, is also being considered for the job.

It very much seems that former Derby County manager Steve McClaren's days are numbered at Newcastle. The latest home defeat at the hands of Bournemouth has increased the already present discontent within the Newcastle fans.

David Moyes is expected to open talks with Newcastle, with Steve McClaren set for the sack.
It has been reported that David Moyes is very much in the running for the post. The Scot is currently out of work after being sacked by Real Sociedad and it seems that his return to the Premier league is inevitable.

The former Everton manager is also keen to take over at St. James' Park if McClaren indeed does get the sack. However, the former Manchester United is not happy with the current managerial model being adopted at Newcastle.

Moyes would like to be the manager rather than the head coach at Newcastle. McClaren is currently the head coach with Graham Carr, the chief scout of the transfer committee. Moyes would certainly like to prove his critics wrong after bad spells at Manchester United and Real Sociedad.

However, replacing former England manager McClaren would certainly be easier than replacing his mentor Sir Alex Ferguson.

After a poor season Manchester United had, with David Moyes during 2013/14, the fans had many questions. Who would be the new manager? Would he be another David Moyes? David Moyes seemed like a good manager but not the right manager up to Manchester United’s standards.

Manchester United official squad photo for 2014/15 season
Louis Van Gaal arrived and changed everything around. The likes of Patrice Evra, Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand left the club before the manager had the chance to introduce himself. This just showed how hard of a task he had to face already, a broken team with an inexperienced defence. Due to Louis Van Gaal managing Netherlands at the world cup last summer, it meant his work with Manchester United had to be delayed near to the end of July.

The club did spend the most money from all the Premier League teams and brought in Luke Shaw, Ander Herrera, Angel Di Maria, Marcos Rojo, Daley Blind and Radamel Falcao on loan. Any Manchester United fan must have been worried that the club had spent around £60m on Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo and Daley Blind whose main positions are at LB. Personally any Manchester United fan would have been confused why Louis Van Gaal brought in 3 players who play at LB, but Marcos Rojo 2nd position is at CB and Daley Blind 2nd position is at CB but and also has a little bit of experience as a CDM.

Despite not signing a player whose main position is at CB, the table below does show Manchester United have the 4th best defence joint with Manchester City, which shows the defence wasn’t mainly at fault if they felt that they could have finished 3rd or 2nd.  But a lot can be said about how well the season went and in many games our strikers have failed to show up. Tottenham are 6th in the league compared to Manchester United who are 4th have scored 55 goals this campaign only 6 behind Manchester United, shows the strikers at the club haven’t been much of a threat as you would have expected them to be. Many fans would have expected at least 40-50 goals from Radamel Falcao, Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie but they shockingly have only 26 goals between themselves.

Here's how the EPL table looks currently
At the start of the season, Louis Van Gaal brought in the 3-5-2 system which he had used in the World Cup during his time with the Netherlands. He found it difficult at the start and took him four games to win his first Premier League match. 3-5-2 didn't work for many reason first of all Manchester United do not have a world class centre back who can take the ball forward. Second off all 3-5-2 is like a defensive formation and then the wing backs are used on the counter but Manchester United philosophy is about attacking and not defending for most of the game. Another factor is that the players were introduced to the 3-5-2 very late; it meant few players had more than one role during the games and it just wasn't working for the manager and the players.

Manchester United had a pretty decent season after last year. Louis Van Gaal in his first season helped Manchester United finish Top Four despite his team having up to 70 injuries. This meant during the hard times, he had to promote the youth players as he had no other choice left. After a few months down the line Manchester United started finding some form, and did eventually go on a 10 game undefeated streak despite having one or two players injured every week in the first four months of Louis Van Gaal’s management at Manchester United. But Louis Van Gaal did find his correct tactics/formation between the end February to the first week of March. This helped them become victorious for another 5-6 games, until key players became injured again.

Everyone will expect Manchester United to be busy during the summer with many players coming and going out. Many fans would want the club to sign up to 4-5 players, personally the club need to bring in a CB, RB, CDM, CM and a ST so you could assume that the club will spend between £100m-£150m like they did last summer. Also few days ago the club had reached an agreement for Dutch winger Memphis Depay, shows that Louis Van Gaal isn't waiting for the transfer window to start and wants to buy his targets as soon as he can so they can officially join the club when the window starts in the first week of July. Will the Dutchman win the Premier League, in his second year at Manchester United?

Article contributed by: Asif

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David Moyes shouts “Stefano!” at his Real Sociedad team… Real Sociedad don’t have any players called Stefano

David Moyes
The touchline camera revealed that David Moyes was shouting “Stefano!” at one of his players. It may be embarrassing for him as Real Sociedad do not have any players called Stefano.

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