David Moyes Resigns From Everton Post
Everton in the last decade have gradually been improving without much money to spend thanks to the guidance of manager David Moyes who has got his Everton side challenging for Champions League places without even competing in the transfer market in comparison to the other top four contenders.
But Everton favourite David Moyes has shocked the footballing world and has devastated every single Everton fan with his immediate resignation from the job which he was due to keep for at least another three years on his current contract still to run. Everton chairmen Bill Kenwright had this to say.
"Everton Football Club is a proud club and we are hugely shocked by what has happened in relation to our manager David Moyes I have not been able to get a hold of David to ask why this has occurred out of the blue. But regardless we are already on the look for a new manager but with the club in crisis like it is it may be difficult to find a manager quickly so the fans have to be patient. That is all."
Bill Kenwright was obviously shook by the shocking exit of Moyes and did well to keep it together like he did. The lookout for a new manager will be under away instantly with Mark Hughes and Nigel Adkins favourite for the job so far.
What it means for the club
The club is currently in disarray and this will take time out of the clubs pre-season and player bonding sessions. It will also make it a lot more likely that Baines or Fellaini will leave the club if not both because they are most likely going to be unsettled by the new manager and think of this as a prime opportunity to make a big team move.