David Moyes on Friday announced he's ready to return to management. While I have no doubts he is ready and can do well in the Premier League again, the question is who will take him? Moyes was spotted on Saturday at Turf Moor, watching Burnley lose to West Ham 3-1. Burnley could be looking for a manager change as just 4 points in 8 games and only 1 win leaves them 19th, but I think Burnley is a bad fit for Moyes. Burnley are a small club, with a small fan base and a small bank account. Their current personnel is not particularly impressive either, and I feel they are not a team built to survive the Premier League. QPR could be a choice, but I feel while they have better players at their disposal than Burnley & that Moyes might keep them up, I think Moyes's best chance is at Newcastle. If Pardew goes, which looks like a 50/50 chance at the moment, Newcastle would be a perfect fit. They are a club much like Everton's size, that Moyes can come in and but a few players to help transform them back into a strong side. The players at Newcastle's disposal are decent as well and could really take to Moyes's style. If the Newcastle job doesn't open up Moyes could try clubs in Scotland. The MLS was an option as he is good friends with the owners of the Philadelphia Union, but the U have recently announced their intentions to make interim manager Jim Curtin permanent. The full interview with the BBC is attached and well worth a watch. Where do you think Moyes will end up? Is he ready to return and will he be successful? Let me know in the comments!