David Moyes has stepped down as manager of Everton Football Club, in a statement he declared: "I've taken this club as far as I could, Now it is time for a new man to take this famous club forward. I wish whoever it is the best of luck!"
That new man is relatively unknown manager Tim Smith. Smith, a keen student of the game, has been chosen ahead of many big names and at the age of 32 has become the youngest manager in Premier League history!
Smith was approached by new reporters and had this to say: "I can't wait to take on this challenge, my aims will be to hold on to Key players such as Fellaini and Baines, they are pivotal to this club and to my aim of finishing in the top 8."
When asked about transfers he said: "We are looking at a few options, as I do not wish sell our prize assets I realise my funds will be limited. I know who is and who isn't in my plans so hopefully we can sell one or two unwanted players and get my targets into the club in time for Pre-season."