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David Moyes Rules Himself Out Of Villa Job

David Moyes Rules Himself Out Of Villa Job


Ok, well we now have one ruling themselves out of the Villa job.

No real shock here, Everton boss David Moyes was bound to be linked but Everton are a big club and he has built fantastically well there with very little money.

Moyes told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast: 'I'm loyal to Everton, I've always said that. It's a really good club. This year we've got a really good chance and this is where I'll be this season.'

Full interview can be heard at: www.talksport.co.uk

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday August 11 2010
Time: 10:20AM

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0
I never thought he would go but now thats he's come out and said it I can rest easy!
Vanilla Ice
11/08/2010 10:23:00
0
Yeah, no surprise there, shame though, really good manager
krisvilla
11/08/2010 10:24:00
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Of course he's going to say that when asked if he's interested in ANY job. He can hardly say, "yes Alan I would really love an opportunity to manage Aston Villa". Let's see what happens when the Villa draw up their short-list and possibly ask Everton for permission to speak to him. If he refuses the job at that time then he really doesn't want it.
randy
11/08/2010 10:39:00
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Sure he didn`t resign because he isn`t getting 30 million to spend?
lerneravfc
11/08/2010 10:53:00
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Good on Moyes. Positive and loyal. Will Mark Hughes be the next to 'squash the rumours' with a similar statement? Martin Jol would be good, but I can't see Ajax allowing that either
krfeskivilla
11/08/2010 10:54:00
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What about Kevin Macdonald going permanent Manager??? Hear me out: 1) he's well respected and liked at the club. 2)Half the squad are what they are today because of him. 3) he's taken the reserves to 3 consecutive finals. 4) he's cheap... which partly solves the wage issue. I read an article saying that the lads wanted more technique drills and MON kept them on fitness drills. Something Kevin is big on. Maybe Lerner should throw caution to the wind and give Maconald a shot. I reckon see how he goes against west ham then see from there.
Zarch
11/08/2010 10:57:00
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the technique drills kevin is big on. = )
Zarch
11/08/2010 10:58:00
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randy - are you serious??? Obviously he isn't interested!
Vanilla Ice
11/08/2010 11:14:00
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Southgate walked out on Villa once before, why should we trust him this time around? Clearly he has no team loyalty only self interest.
Obediah
11/08/2010 11:21:00
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Bit of a shame, was my favourite of the other managers linked. Don't know who will take over. But now I want it to be either Sven or Bradley
__villa__
11/08/2010 11:22:00
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