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The birth of 'The People's Club' - What David Moyes actually said on his first day at Everton

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March 14, 2002, it was a watershed moment for both Everton Football Club and David Moyes.

Moyes managed Everton for more seasons than their most successful boss Howard Kendall – over his three stints in total – and he transformed what had been an ailing team with a single top half finish in the first decade of the Premier League to one that would achieve the feat nine times under his stewardship.

“But what Everton need more than most is stability and continuity.

“This is the people's club in Liverpool.

Although major silverware would ultimately evade the Glaswegian over what proved to be his long Goodison Park reign, his place in Blues history cannot be questioned.

Here's a look back at the highlights of what he actually said that day after replacing fellow Scot Walter Smith.

But even before he did all that, the then 38-year-old secured his place in Blues folklore with the words he uttered at his very first press conference since joining the club from Preston North End when he dubbed them: “The People's Club.” The phrase stuck and was adopted by Evertonians themselves, the club in what would even become an official capacity and the football world at large outside the confines of Anfield where it continues to stick in the craw.
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