I think you would be right with Alan Irvine or Steve Round, with Neville probably in the wings.
I tuned out for a day after the grim game on Sunday and come back to the world caving in. I really hope that everything is as is in 36 hours, but having the bookies change their odds so dramatically is compellingly frightening. It is clear that we need someone who can bag goals against premier league teams, and Sunday's 17 bloody corners (without result) could well have been the straw that broke the camel's back.
Still, after getting all his boys to sign, one would not look favourably on a stellar career at Everton so suddenly uprooted three games in. It would leave us well and truly buggered, and I have trouble seeing Moyes doing that ... even in this dreadful mercenary world. Kenright said earlier this week that there is money available if effectively begged for, but that the manager has not asked for it hat in hand, knees in the snow ... .
If it were not for the bookies, I would toss cold water on it all, but if Moyes leaves, then why not Pienaar, Rodwell, Jags and "The Nigerians," as they have been so neatly depersonalised recently? Some days, I really hate being an Evertonian ... but I can't imagine any supporter has clear sailing regularly.
If we did not get Irvine or Round, Hughes would be next on any short list, although Kenright would probably follow the same procedure he did with Moyes ... get someone young and hungry.
Let's hope not.