David Moyes is in line to become the next manager of the American national team – according to reports.
Moyes had managed West Ham United but left the club in May of this year and since then the Scott has been without a job.
The once-promising manager of Everton saw a downfall in his managerial career ever since he took charge of Manchester United. The job of replacing Sir Alex Ferguson was clearly too big a role for Moyes and was sacked before he could even complete one full season.
Since then the 55-year-old has had various stints at Real Sociedad and Sunderland but now could go to the next level by managing the USA national team.
And talking about the probability of moving to America, David Moyes said: “I would have to consider the USA job if I was approached because it’s one of the big nations in world football, with massive growth potential.
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“They have a constantly improving league, you’ve got David Beckham’s team coming into Miami and Nashville as well, so if it came up I would have a real interest.”
David Moyes was brought in by West Ham United last year to save the club from being relegated at the end of the campaign and he did just that. And now with a couple of months out of the picture, the 55-year-old is raring to go once again.
He added: “Only Sir Alex, Arsene Wenger and Harry Redknapp have won more games in the Premier League than me.
“I would still consider myself in the elite group of managers. If it was me against someone else I’d trust myself.
“I’ve had my down times, as every manager does, but I bounce back pretty quickly.
“I now have the same excitement, determination and hunger as I’ve ever had.
“You get knocks but you get back on the horse – and I am ready again.”
While Moyes is more interested in moving to the United States but some reports have also claimed that the former Man United manager could head back to West Ham United and replace Manuel Pellegrini.
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