Moyes' journey to Manchester
David Moyes began his playing career at Celtic, but spent much of his career in England, joining Preston in 1993.
David Moyes began his managerial career at Preston in 1998.
David Moyes celebrates Preston's celebration to Division One in 2000.
David Moyes holds up an Everton shirt after agreeing to become the club's new manager in 2002.
David Moyes had a difficult relationship with Wayne Rooney, with the striker sold to Manchester United in 2004. Moyes later sued Rooney for comments made in his autobiography.
Everton beat Liverpool at Goodison Park in the 2004-05 season as they finished above their Merseyside rivals and qualified for the Champions League.
David Moyes led Everton to the FA Cup final in 2009 but saw his side defeated 2-1 by Chelsea.
David Moyes will follow in Sir Alex Ferguson's footsteps at Old Trafford.