Amidst the drama and contrasting emotions of the final day of the Championship season, a curious antithesis between eventually promoted Hull City and play-off bound Watford became apparent.
Moyes is an intelligent guy, and I believe he has the strength of character, intellect and most of all, ability to command respect, to adjust to becoming the flag bearer for arguably the biggest football business on the planet.
When the most successful British manager of all time eventually retires (or passes on, having endured yet another Nani dribble down a blind alley), who should he hand over his hairdryer and rock-hard lump of wrigleys to? I run down some candidates.
The main event of Sky Sports' Super Sunday was a contest between two teams trying to adapt to new systems, with somewhat mixed results.
Everton's win on Monday night came as no great surprise to me. No, I'm no better judge of the game than you, it was fairly obvious. David Moyes has added 2 or 3 players to a side that finished last season like a train. He does it every year, and is one of the reasons why Bill Kenwright gets more bang for his buck out of Moyes than any other Premier League chairman.
Harry Redknapp has barely had time to roll down his car window and chat to Sky Sports News about his departure from Tottenham, and the debate as to who will replace him at White Hart Lane is already well and truly underway. Below are six possible candidates to replace 'Arry...
When Liverpool face off against Everton in this weekend's FA Cup Semi-Final, it will be the reds' second trip to the national stadium this year, February's Carling Cup success being their first time at the 'New Wembley', which is now over half a decade old.
There will be beeping alarm clocks aplenty in the city of Liverpool early on Saturday morning. Thousands of fans will rub their eyes and see their replica shirts and lucky underwear laid out in anticipation of a trip to Wembley.
I'll be up-front with you. I'm a Liverpool FC fan; that's why perhaps writing an article about our cross-Stanley park rivals, Everton, on the day of the Merseyside Derby, may not be the greatest idea.