Moyes keen on Scot­land job

New Straits Times - - Sport -

LON­DON: David Moyes would be in­ter­ested in the Scot­land man­ager’s job should it be­come avail­able this sum­mer.

The 54-year-old quit as boss of Sun­der­land on Mon­day and is cur­rently on hol­i­day with his wife in Amer­ica.

Moyes, how­ever, would be the fron­trun­ner for his coun­try’s na­tional team po­si­tion if Gor­don Stra­chan were to leave in the com­ing months and it is un­der­stood he would talk to the SFA.

Scot­land face Eng­land in a World Cup qual­i­fier at Ham­p­den Park on June 10 and de­feat could spell the end of Stra­chan’s fourand-a-half-year reign.

They are cur­rently fourth in Group F and the man­ager has found him­self un­der pres­sure from sup­port­ers dur­ing a dis­ap­point­ing cam­paign.

Moyes walked away from Sun­der­land this week in the wake of rel­e­ga­tion from the English Premier League af­ter los­ing the sup­port of the dress­ing-room and the club’s sup­port­ers. Daily Mail

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