LA Galaxy forward, Landon Donovan has told NBC Sports that he 'would love' David Moyes to come to the MLS.
The American played under Moyes during his loan spells at Everton in 2010 and 2012 and believes he could do wonders in the United States.
"I would love to have him here,” Donovan told Sports Illustrated's SI Now.
"We have a fantastic coach in L.A. with Bruce, so it probably wouldn’t be in L.A. But he’s a terrific manager. I know he loves America. He often traveled to America for preseason with Everton and with other teams.
"He was very good to me. He brought me to Everton and I was very hopeful he would do well at Manchester United. It’s sad to see that he didn’t get a little more time. But that’s the way the world works these days and I’m sure he’ll fall on his feet and do well.”
Moyes was sacked Tuesday morning after just 10 months in charge of Manchester United. The former Everton manager revealed today that he was honored to have been given the opportunity to manage the club by Sir Alex Ferguson.
He has spent 16 years in management in England, 11 of those were with Everton, and at Goodison Park he worked with Tim Cahill who has given his own opinions on the matter.
The Australian told BBC Sport: "I feel for him. I know this will hurt him.
"It's easy for ex-players and pundits to fire bullets, but I don't think he has had a fair crack at the whip."
Cahill's current club, New York Red Bulls, have won just one game from their opening seven. And who knows, maybe there is an opening there for Moyes?
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