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I fell out with Sir Alex Ferguson – then he called me for a Man United meeting that changed my life

David Moyes has unpacked how he became Manchester United manager in 2013 following the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson, a year after the pair fell out.

Moyes succeeded the great man that summer after Ferguson's final title lift at Old Trafford, but only lasted nine months amid United’s flailing defence of their crown. The pair had struck up a strong bond over the years, with Moyes consulting Sir Alex over several job opportunities.

However, the United icon had accused Everton of trying harder in their 4-4 draw with United in April 2012 than they had done in the FA Cup semi-final loss to Liverpool, a result that ultimately contributed to the Reds losing out on the title to Manchester City. Moyes, of course, denied the suggestion.

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A year later, Moyes had been approached by several teams regarding a move from Everton. The ex-West Ham manager told The Rest Is Football podcast this week that around 10 teams had been in touch at the time.

He outlined: “I had a decision whether to say I’d been 11 years at Everton and there was part of me saying ‘am I overstaying my welcome’ and actually every year we just couldn’t break in [to the top four] because we didn’t have enough money, really. And I didn’t want to stay and one of the years we finished way down at the bottom.”

Then came a call out of the blue during a day off in early April 2013, in which Sir Alex asked Moyes to pay him a visit at his house. Moyes humorously revealed how he immediately felt he “can’t go to Sir Alex’s with jeans on so I need to go to Marks and Spencers to buy something”.

He then added: “So I got the house, made me a cup of