Scot is demanding a seven-day-a-week working schedule in the north west.
New Manchester United head coach David Moyes has spoken for the first time about what he expects from those who will be working alongside him at Old Trafford next season, reports the Daily Mail.
The Scot was recently appointed as the successor to the retired Sir Alex Ferguson in the Old Trafford hot seat, after his compatriot had shocked the world of football by announcing his decision to retire from all forms of the game after 26 and a half years in charge in the north west.
Moyes himself had been the manager of Everton since 2002, during which time the 50-year-old had overseen 518 matches in charge of the Toffees, winning 218 of those contests to give the Glaswegian an overall win percentage of 42.
And now Moyes has been speaking about the exact qualities that he will be looking for in his new staff at Old Trafford, telling 300 coaches and sporting directors at a New York conference.”You have to earn your stars when dealing with players. It’s up to you to show what you’ve got.
“If you want to work for me you need to be able to work seven days a week. I need to know my staff will give me that effort.
“Discipline has to come from within for players. And I’m a great believer in giving young players opportunities.
“Developing players mentally is very important, but it needs to fit with what the players want.
‘”You have to keep your eye on what the industry is doing – what’s new. And your recruiting as a manager can determine whether you keep your job.
“Everton needed a new direction when I came in and, as a coach, you have to find ways you can keep developing.”