Holloway: Moyes should succeed Fergie

07 November 2010 12:40
Blackpool boss Ian Holloway believes that Everton's David Moyes is the perfect man to eventually succeed Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United. Holloway was speaking after his side drew 2-2 with the Toffees at Bloomfield Road, talking up Moyes as the right man to take over in the Old Trafford hotseat. He told The Independent: "David Moyes is one of my favourite managers and he is destined for even bigger things. "I heard Sir Alex Ferguson talk about David as someone who could replace him when he retires. In all honesty I'd be surprised if anyone other than David becomes Manchester United's next manager. "He is top drawer. The job he has done at Everton is outstanding and he has done it without the resources that would be in place at United. "But more important than that, I believe he is a chip off the old Fergie block. He has the character to be the United boss. "Sir Alex rates him highly. He must have done because he wanted to take him as his assistant at one point. Who can argue with the main man about who he wants as his successor? "David ticks all the boxes. It speaks volumes that he has been a Premier League manager at the same club for eight years."

Source: ESA