Fergie would like Everton boss Moyes to succeed him at United

April 4th, 2009 - 1:26 pm ICT by ANI  

Alex Ferguson London, Apr.4 (ANI): Manchester United coach-cum-manager Alex Ferguson has said that he would like Everton FC manager David Moyes to succeed him at Old Trafford.”David hasn’t got the credit he deserves. When you take everything into consideration, he’s done an incredible job at Everton. He has not had the resources of other clubs, but got all his younger players on long contracts and built around them with the likes of Phil Jagielka, Tim Cahill and Joleon Lescott. The signings he has made have been terrific and it means he has continuity for years,” The Sun quoted Ferguson, as saying.Moyes, a Glaswegian like Fergie, has done a remarkable job at Everton since replacing Walter Smith in March 2002.

The Toffees have finished in the top six in three of the last four seasons and was voted by fellow bosses as Manager of the Year in 2003 and 2005. (ANI)

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