Moyes Celebrating 10 Years At Everton…where Will He Go Next And Will He Go Before Kenny?

The Merseyside derby takes place on Tuesday night and William Hill think that the red side of Liverpool will be the happier both after the game (with Liverpool 4/5 to win the match) and at the end of the season (1/2 to finish above Everton at the end of the season). Despite this, Kenny Dalglish is 11/4 to no longer be in charge of the Reds on the first day of next season (1/4 to still be there) and is 11/10 to have left Liverpool before Moyes leaves Everton (4/6 vice versa).

The game marks 10 years in charge at Everton for David Moyes, but Hills think that he could be on the move soon, offering 6/4 that he leaves the club during 2012, 10/3 he goes during 2013, 5/1 2014 and 6/4 2015 or later. Moyes is currently the 9/4 favourite to be the next man in the Spurs hotseat with Harry Redknapp potentially on his way to become the next England manager. Moyes is also 7/1 to become the next Manchester United manager, 10/1 to become the next permanent Chelsea manager and 20/1 to go to Arsenal next.

“Moyes is hot property and with a number of managers jobs potentially becoming available in the summer, he may not be much longer for Everton,” said Hill’s spokesman Joe Crilly.

The previous derby was spoiled very early on with a red card for Jack Rodwell and Hills offer 11/4 that there is a player sent off during Tuesday’s game.

Everton/Liverpool specials:

Season match bet: 1/2 Liverpool; 6/4 Everton

Red card in the Merseyside Derby on Tuesday: 11/4 yes; 1/4 no

Kenny Dalglish still at Liverpool on first day of next season: 1/4 still there; 11/4 no

Who will go first: 4/6 Moyes; 11/10 Dalglish

When will David Moyes leave Everton: 6/4 2012; 10/3 2013; 5/1 2014; 6/4 2015 or later

9/4 David Moyes to be the next permanent Spurs manager

7/1 David Moyes to be the next Permanent Manchester United manager

10/1 David Moyes to be the next permanent Chelsea manager

20/1 David Moyes to be the next Permanent Arsenal manager

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7/4 Bayern Munich/Basel
11/4 Chelsea/Napoli
5/1 Inter Milan/Marseille

Highest scoring team: 5/4 Real Madrid; 9/4 Bayern Munich; 9/2 Chelsea; 8/1 Inter Milan; 11/1 Napoli; 14/1 Marseille; 25/1 Basel; 25/1 CSKA Moscow

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Joe Crilly
Press Officer

Twitter: @footy_joe

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