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Ex-Sunderland boss sets his sights on job

Scottish fans in the Transfer Tavern haven’t had too much to talk about this season, excluding Celtic’s unbeatable campaign, but a major discussion has been sparked following the latest reports.

The Daily Mail states David Moyes is keen on succeeding Gordon Strachan as Scotland boss, with speculation suggesting that a shake-up in management could be made this summer if Scotland lose to England.

Defeat next month to England at Hampden Park would likely bring an end to Scotland’s hopes of reaching the World Cup in Russia next summer, and it’s expected that would bring an end to Strachan’s four-and-a-half-year reign in charge.

Moyes is keen to get back into management after resigning from Sunderland this week, following the Black Cats’ relegation, and Moyes is open to taking the position as he seeks to turn his managerial career around following a disappointing few years.

Whilst many may mock Moyes following his poor tenures in charge of Manchester United, Real Sociedad and Sunderland, our landlord believes he could be the ideal fit for Scotland to help them qualify for the European Championships in 2020.

Would Moyes be a good appointment for Scotland? Let us know in the comments below!

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