Born on April 25, 1963, David Moyes is one of the world’s professional football coaches. His father is also a manager of the football team at Anniesland College.

Moyes had to prepare for the management position since the age of 22. He took coach badges and learned the techniques of coaches easily. In January 1998, he began his football coaching career when taking over Division Two club Preston North End, replacing Gary Peters.

In March 2002, he joined Everton, which was under the genuine threat of relegation. He could not sustain good form throughout the season. However, Everton finished the seventh in the league in the next season, and Moyes was named the LMA Manager of the Year for the first time.

In January 2010, Moyes was honored as the Premier League Manager of the Month. However, in the next season, his football team missed the European league for the first time in four years.
After his contract with Everton ended, Moyes became the manager of Manchester United in May, following the retirement of Alex Ferguson.

He then became the first manager of the MU to win a trophy in the first season, thanks to a 2-0 win over the Wigan Athletic on August 11, 2013.

However, the MU then came down on the Premier League table and was knocked out of the FA Cup in the third round. He was then sacked in April 2014, only ten months of working.

Moyes worked as the manager of the La Liga club in November 2014. Despite the initial success in winning over Elche and Barcelona, he was dismissed in November 2015 due to the poor start in the following season.

In July 2016, he became the manager of Sunderland. However, he resigned again in November 2017 due to the club’s relegation to the EFL Championship for the first time in a decade.

In November 2017, he was appointed the manager of West Ham United. He then ranked the fourth Premier League manager with his 500th Premier League game and 200th victory.