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David Moyes Net Worth 2023

David Moyes net worth 2023 is estimated at $25 million. He has an annual salary is reported to be £4 million, this was made official after he penned down a three years contract with the WestHam which will last till 2023.

David Moyes net worth

David Moyes net worth 2023: David Moyes is a Scottish head coach and former player who is currently in charge of WestHam United of the English Premier League. David Moyes is one of the few coaches who retired early as a professional footballer in their early twenties, to take up a coaching job. keep reading as we bring to you David Moyes net worth .


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David Moyes used to play in the central defense during his playing days and he represented several clubs such as Cambridge United, Shrewsbury Town, Celtics, Dunfermline and Preston North End before turning attention to coaching at the age of 22. Why not continue reading to find out some of the exciting facts about the career, net worth and achievements of the veteran coach David Moyes.


David Moyes Net worth summary

  • Net worth:$25 million 
  • Full Name: David Williams Moyes
  • Date of Birth: April 25,1963 
  • Nationality: Scottish 
  • Occupation: Former professional footballer and presently a professional coach
  • Marital Status: Married 
  • Years Active: 1978-present 

Early Life

David Williams Moyes was born in Glascow, Scotland, on April 25,1963 to Joan and David Moyes Snr. David Moyes’ father David Moyes Sr. Was an amateur footballer at that time, who was playing for Drumpchapel while Joan Moyes, David’s mother was a school teacher who taught in Annie’s land College. 

Career as Player

David Moyes started his career in 1978 where he  played for Icelandic club ÍBV’s youth team for only half of the season. He then spent two seasons with the Scottish club Drumchapel between 1978 and 1980 , a club his father played for before him.

 In 1980 he began his senior career at Celtic, where he won a championship medal. At Cambridge United, he was abused by his teammate Roy McDonough for his religious beliefs, which led him to exiting the club and then transferred to Bristol City in 1985.

David Moyes also played for Shrewsbury Town between 1987ams 1990 where he played a total of 96 matches and scoring 11 goals as a central defender before his moving to Preston North End, a club she played briefly for before retiring from active football. 


Managerial Career

David Moyes spent most of his career as a player preparing for leadership positions, taking coaching badges and studying the techniques of the coaches under whom he played from the age of 22. He began his managerial career in January 1998, replacing Gary Peters as the new manager of Preston North End who were struggling to escape relegation. 

Not only did Moyes help the club to escape relegation, he also helped them to qualify for the Division 2 play-offs which they were playing in, though they lost the play-off semi-finals to Gillingham. As a result of his impact at the club in his first season, David Moyes was allowed to continue managing the club the following season where he led them to the Division 2 title victory, thereby gaining promotion to the Division 1, the following season. 

During the 2000-01 campaign, David Moyes, using the same squad was able to lead Preston North End to the Division 1 playoffs which they later lost out from qualification to the Premier League. This lead to the club rewarding his contributions by offering him  a five year contract but later moved to take up a managerial position at Everton the following season.

In David Moyes’ debut season as an Everton manager, he helped the Club to escape relegation and in that season, he was able to guide the club to seventh position which earned him the LMA Manager of the Year award for the first time. 

In his second season with Everton, Moyes had a tough start to the season as he finished 17th in the league with 39 points, almost relegating. The following season was a memorable one for David Moyes and Everton FC as David Moyes guided them to a top four finish, first time in the history of Everton till date. This feat earned him another LMA Manager of the Year award. 


In 2013,after Manchester United legendary manager Alex Ferguson retired from duty, David Moyes became his successor, though he couldn’t succeed at the club as the club finished below the top four spot and were knocked out of the FA Cup third round, first time in the club’s history. Ten months after taking over as manager of Manchester United, David Moyes was shown the exit door. 

After a brief period of being out of duty, David Moyes was given a managerial position at LA Liga side, Real Sociedad for a period of one year before he was sacked, following the club’s poor form at the beginning of his second season at the club. 


After two years of being without a club, David Moyes later took over as Sunderland manager in 2016. He later resigned as the club’s manager following their relegation in 2017 and was later appointed the manager of WestHam United in that same year. 

When David Moyes took over as WestHam United coach, the club were already in the relegation zone but he managed to rescue them from relegating, and helped them to finish 13th in the League. 

On 16 May 2018, West Ham confirmed the departure of Moyes. With over 500 League matches, with 200 victories, David Moyes later returned to WestHam United in 2019,to continue the good work he started back in 2016. So far he made WestHam United to become a force to reckon with in THE English Premier League as he also guided them to the Europa League tournament which they have been progressing.


Career  Honors 

As a Player 

Scottish Premier Division x1

Associate Members’ Cup x1, with Bristol City 

Football League Third Division x1, with Preston North End 

As a Manager

Football League Second Division x1, Preston North End

FA Community Shield x1, with Manchester United 

LMA Manager of the Year x3

Premier League Manager of the Month x10

Personal Life

David Moyes is happily married to his childhood love Pamela Moyes, who has two lovely children with. Their names are David Jr. And Lauren.

David Moyes House

David Moyes owns a state of the art mansion called The Haughton House which he acquired at £3.8 million in 2006. The mansion has amazing facilities such as a private chapel, a helicopter pad, a tennis and so on. 

David Moyes Net worth and Salary

David Moyes net worth is estimated at $25 million. He has an annual salary is reported to be £4 million, this was made official after he penned down a three years contract with the WestHam which will last till 2023.

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