English Premiership

Moyes linked with Sociedad job

2014-11-03 12:52
David Moyes (AFP)
Cape Town - La Liga strugglers Real Sociedad have sacked coach Jagoba Arrasate.

The Basque outfit are third-from-bottom on the table with just one win from their 10 matches so far this term, while they were also eliminated from the Europa League in the qualifying phase.

Arrasate led the team to a seventh-place finish last season and in April this year his contract was extended to 2016, but he has paid the price for a woeful start to this campaign.

Former Everton and Manchester United boss David Moyes has been out of work since losing his job at Old Trafford in April after less than a season in charge, and, according to Sky Sports, the Scot has been linked with to the Spanish club along with West Brom's Pepe Mel as potential candidates to take over from Arrasate.


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