|Premier League Management Record|
|Premier League Clubs||Everton, Manchester United|
|Manager of the Year||-|
|Manager of the Month||
November 2002, September 2004, January 2006, February 2008, February 2009, January 2010, March 2010, October 2010, September 2012, March 2013
Preston North End
David Moyes took over from Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager in the summer of 2013 but left the club less than a year later in April 2014. During his short spell at Old Trafford, Moyes guided the Red Devils to the Champions League quarter-finals but his tenure came to an end after defeat at his former club Everton.
Moyes made a name for himself at Preston North End, where he gained promotion to the second tier of English football and narrowly missed out on getting to the Premier League, only to lose the 2001 Championship Play-off Final to Bolton Wanderers.
After great success at Preston, he succeeded Walter Smith as manager at Everton in March 2002. He took over the side when they were above the relegation zone on goal difference, and he led them to 15th place, seven points above the drop zone, in the 2001/02 campaign.
An impressive transformation of the club’s fortunes followed and they finished seventh in Moyes’ first full season in charge. In the 2004/05 campaign, Everton finished ahead of Merseyside rivals Liverpool in fourth position, their highest ever Premier League finish to date, and they secured UEFA Champions League qualification as a result.
Moyes established the Toffees in the top seven of the Premier League from 2006/07 onwards and led the side to UEFA Europa League qualification on three occasions. His efforts have been rewarded with 10 Premier League Manager of the Month awards to date, including two in the 2012/13 season.
At Everton, Moyes was the third-longest serving manager in the Barclays Premier League behind Ferguson and Arsene Wenger, having taken charge of over 400 league matches.