The Dugout - Moyes outlines impact of new TV cash

Everton boss David Moyes has outlined the impact that next season's extra TV money could have on wages ahead of UEFA’s financial fair play regulations.

The Dugout - Moyes outlines impact of new TV cash

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Everton manager David Moyes (Yahoo, Eurosport)

Moyes, who has worked wonders with a relatively limited budget at Everton, describes how teams may use the £60 million from the new Premier League TV rights deal to cover transfers and additional wages.

“I do think we’ll see some increased spending this summer,” Moyes told Yahoo!-Eurosport. “The new money will give clubs the feeling that they have to try and use it.

“There are quite a lot of clubs in debt who might use the money to pay off that debt.

“The biggest implications this year will be wages and whether, with the new rules coming in, will clubs be able to pay the wages for the new players.

“That could cause problems for clubs.”

Moyes also praised Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson for winning Manchester United’s 20th title, Tottenham’s Andre Villas-Boas for his club’s competitive season in several tournaments, and the achievements of Swansea’s Michael Laudrup and West Brom’s Steve Clarke in their first season as Barclays Premier League managers.

He also highlighted the impressive work of managers at all levels of English league football that can sometimes go unnoticed.

“It is great to see a fellow Scotsman doing so well in Malky Mackay,” he said of the Cardiff City boss, who has gained promotion to the top flight.

“I think Eddie Howe’s done a great job in getting Bournemouth up, and Martin Allen at Gillingham.

“But you also have a lot of managers with small resources doing very well just to keep their teams in the league, and a lot of the time that goes unnoticed.”

For more from David Moyes, including his views on the top managers in England and abroad, watch the full video above. David Moyes was speaking to Yahoo!'s 'The Dugout' through its partnership with the League Managers Association