Former Everton boss David Moyes lands new role days after West Ham United departure

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David Moyes left West Ham at the end of his contract.

David Moyes is lined up for a role away from management after his departure from West Ham.

The Scot departed the London Stadium at the end of the season after his contract was not renewed. Moyes guided the Hammers to Europa Conference League glory last campaign as well as the Europa League quarter-finals this term and a ninth-placed finish in the Premier League.

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Moyes also served as Everton managed between 2002-2013, delivering a fourth-place finish in the 2004-05 season and reaching the FA Cup final four years later but to be defeated 2-1 by Chelsea. He departed Goodison Park to join Manchester United yet lasted less than a year in the role after succeeding the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson.

Moyes has been linked with Russian side Spartak Moscow. But over the summer, he will be on screens serving as a pundit at the European Championships. Moyes has been lined-up as part of the BBC’s coverage in Germany alongside former Everton striker Wayne Rooney and ex-Toffees boss Frank Lampard.

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