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Over the past few years, there has been talk of Moyes becoming the next manager at United, which is completely justified.
In his time with the Toffees, Moyes had made a name for himself and for Everton despite the limited financial resources available.
Moyes found success by purchasing lesser-known players and developing them to their full potential. Some of these players include Leighton Baines, Tim Cahill and of course Wayne Rooney, who even played for the Everton youth squad.
Under Moyes, Everton has come to be known as a disciplined, gritty team that focuses on team play rather than individual production, at which they have been successful.
Ten years from his start in Merseyside, Moyes can brag about seven top eight finishes, leading to four qualifications for Europe. (one Champions League, three Europa League).
This year, Everton, even after the departure of Mikel Arteta, aren't far off from that, sitting in ninth place with quality wins against Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham.
Moyes' managerial skills don't look so great on the surface, but upon second glance, you can see he may well be one of the best managers in the world.