Mar 28, 2011

Aston Villa Hope to Replace Gerard Houllier With Everton Manager David Moyes

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Villa Park to turn to Goodison Park boss this summer?

Aston Villa will put Everton manager David Moyes top of their short list this summer, with Gerard Houllier set to leave even if the club survive in the Premier League.
Chief executive Paul Faulkner said their ‘best chance of staying up is with Gerard’, but they have reserve-team boss Kevin McDonald available as a caretaker if results continue to slide.

SOURCE: Daily Mail

Would David Moyes elect to leave Everton for Villa Park? Would this be wise move? The Scot has made no secret about his displeasure at having to operate within very strict budgetary constraints, but would a move to Aston Villa not also have it’s own problems to deal with?

Moyes arrived at Goodison Park on March 14 2002 and has taken them to six top eight finishes in his eight full seasons, which is pretty good going and one can see why Randy Lerner would consider trying to nab the former Preston man, but is it a move that will appeal to the 47 year old Glaswegian?



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