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There aren't many managers in the Premier League who have been able to find the relative success that David Moyes has.
A manager known for his uncanny ability to bring the best out of the players he has, the 49-year-old Scot led his team to an impressive seventh-place finish this season (above Liverpool, despite having a comparatively weak squad).
His intermittent employment of a hybrid 4-6-0 formation is a credit to his ability to make do with what he has, and make the most of his situation.
At just over 10 years in charge, the Glasgow native (last season, there were more managers from Glasgow [six] in the Premier League than managers from England) is the third-longest-tenured manager in the Premier League, behind only Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger.
With the funds Liverpool can provide and the talent and potential the club can attract, David Moyes could find a job at Anfield easy. He could be the perfect candidate for the managerial position.
Henry will just have to pry him away from his cross-city rivals first.