Monday, August 1, 2016

Moyes delighted with return to Premier League as Sunderland manager

Former Everton and Manchester United manager, David Moyes told a press conference on Monday that he is pleased to be back in management with Sunderland spending after eight months without a job.
The new Sunderland boss added that he has been busy with other things as he waited for his chance to return to the Premier League.

Moyes was speaking on Monday during his first press conference as Black Cats manager.




The Scot replaced Sam Allardyce, who was appointed England national team coach by the FA.

The 53-year-old, who was sacked by Spanish club, Real Sociedad last November, insisted he has kept himself busy during his eight months away from management and feels reinvigorated ahead of his new assignment at the Stadium of Light.

He said, “It was great to play golf and spend time with my family but this is what I do and I want to get back and get on with it.

“I think modern management means that more managers will take breaks in their career with the way it is.


“I wouldn’t say I’ve been away from the game, I watched as much football as I can.

“I’ve been to watch training from other sides of the world and I’ve involved with UEFA a lot, whether it’s been watching the Euros or whether it’s been taking the Pro Licence coaches. I’ve been out but I’ve been busy.

“This has now got to be a building job. I’m here for four years and I want to bring a level of stability back to the club.”

The former Manchester United handler refused to say anything concerning rumoured transfer targets including reports linking him with possible moves for former players, Adnan Januzaj and Marouane Fellaini.

“If any of those good players want to join me I’d be happy to have them,” he said.

“They’re excellent players. We’re interested but I’m sure there’s a load of other clubs that are as well.

“We’re interested in lots of good players. You have to have a realistic view. There’ll be some players we can attract just now and some players we can’t.

“We’ll try and get the ones we can and the ones who want to come here and start on the new journey we’re on.

“We have offers in for people already and we’re working hard. I’ve been really impressed by the new chief executive (Martin Bain).”

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