Garry Monk‘s tenure with Swansea City appears set to end rather unceremoniously after losing four of the last five Premier League matches and falling to 15th on the table. Should he either leave or get forced out of Liberty Stadium, plenty of candidates will be lining up for the job, but David Moyes is one big name that appears to be off the list.
Moyes managed Everton from 2002 to 2013, winning just over 42% of his games with the Toffees. He was named the successor to Sir Alex Ferguson at Man United in July 2013, but was let go after one unsuccessful season and a mere 52.9% win rate.
In November 2014 Noyes was hired by Real Sociedad, but was fired last month – just shy of one year later – after winning just 12 out of 42 matches with the La Liga outfit.
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