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Moyes keen to stick with Toffees

Everton manager David Moyes has reiterated his desire to remain at Goodison Park and is looking forward to next season's challenge.

Long-serving Toffees boss Moyes has worked wonders on a limited budget and has often been linked with a move to a club with greater resources, such as Aston Villa.

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no_more_heroes2258d ago

I'm getting a sneaking feeling that Everton will be pushing hard for a CL spot next season.

zico2257d ago

I`m have a feeling they will not make it!

It will be a battle between: Liverpool, ManU, City, Arsenal and Chelsea. And what a battle it`s gonna be!

no_more_heroes2257d ago

Hey, I only said they'd challenge. Not that they'd make it ;)

I think the top 4 will be the traditional top 4 next season. As CL virgins, City will take a knock dealing with it and the Premier League concurrently. Arsenal, as poor as they've been, always find a way to make it and Liverpool look good for next season as well.

Tommykrem2257d ago

Never rule Tottehham out! Or QPR for that matter. They have Petter Vaagan Moen now. One of the best players in the world.

zico2257d ago

@tommykrem: Who the hell are Petter Vaagan Moen? QQPR, nice shirts, but end middle of table.

Spurs will not fighting for trophes next year

Sahil2257d ago

they should challenge for the europa league, moyes said that improving on seventh next season would be very tough.

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