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There is certainly substance to the argument that Moyes' lack of silverware is a reason to taint his reputation; however, there's no denying the formidable job he's done with the Toffees regardless.
The issue with a list like this is that it requires his achievements to be physical, when most of Moyes' aren't.
He has taken an aging side on the brink of relegation and transformed them to a valuable squad continually competing for Europe and even on the cusp of the Champions League.
If Everton do finish sixth this season and unluckily miss out on Europe again, Moyes will have had four campaigns where his side have missed out on European football by one place, to go with the four qualifications he's made.
That's not a bad return from 11 seasons, especially given his lack of financial support.
The fact he also operates with just the 11th best budget in the Premier League makes him responsible for continually steering the top flight's primary overachievers.
To truly establish himself and perhaps be accepted among the upper echelons of managers, clearly a trophy will have to be won at some point. However, the overall job Moyes has done at Everton is impressive enough to demand respect on its own.
The big question now is whether he will extend his stay in an effort to achieve that silverware with the Toffees.