David Moyes refused to thank the Manchester United players in his statement following his Old Trafford departure.
But will he be reunited with one of the more senior players at the club sooner than he expected? Well, according to 888sport.com, he could be joining Rio Ferdinand as a BBC World Cup pundit this summer – that’s if he isn’t offered another managerial job elsewhere.
888sport.com are offering odds of 13/2 that Ferdinand and Moyes might be sharing an awkward moment on the sofia in Brazil this summer, while they are also offering odds of just 4/1 that the Scot will be managing a Premier League Club at the start of next season.
Harry Pile, Sportsbook Manager, at 888sport.com said: “I don’t think it will be long before David Moyes is back in the dug-out. Following Sir Alex was always going to be tough but, given the recent Premier League managerial merry-go round, we reckon clubs will be watching the situation closely!”
And if you don’t think a club will be tempted to take a gamble on the former Everton boss, could he end up managing his native Scotland? You can get odds of 25/1 that Moyes will be named as the next boss of the Scottish national team with 888sport.com.