Lauren Moyes was born to David Moyes and Pamela Moyes. She caught public eyes for being the daughter of David William Moyes who was the 2003, 2005 and 2009 League Managers Association Manager of the Year. In March 2002, he took over from Walter Smith as manager of Everton.
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Lauren Moyes Age and Wiki
Lauren Moyes age is 28 years old, as of 2023. She was born in 1995. She went to Archbishop Temple Church of England High School. After graduating, she pursued a degree in psychology at the University of Manchester.
Is She Dating?
Lauren Moyes keeps the details of her personal life private. She rarely posts on social media and avoids talking about her relationships or family in interviews. While some may doubt about her personal life, Moyes remains steadfast in her choice to keep it separate from her public image.
Who Are Lauren Moyes Parents?
Lauren Moyes was born to David Moyes and Pamela Moyes. She is a devout Christian. She grew up in a loving and supportive family with her parents always supporting her to pursue her dreams. From a young age, Lauren had a talent for music and quickly became passionate about singing and playing the piano.
Her grandfather, David Sr, was a scout at Everton and previously a coach at Drumchapel Amateurs, where Moyes began his career. His full-time occupation was as a pattern-maker and later a lecturer at Anniesland College in North Glasgow.
On the other hand, Moyes’ grandmother, Joan, hailed from Portrush in Northern Ireland and worked in clothes stores in Glasgow. Her uncle, Dessie Brown, is secretary of Coleraine Football Club. In 2010, her father, David Moyes is a supporter of the Labour Party. He received an honorary fellowship from Myerscough College near Preston, in 2005.
Moyes accepted a 30% cut to his salary as West Ham looked to retain jobs allowing them to pay 100% of non-playing staff salaries, in April during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shortly before an EFL Cup fixture against Hull City, Moyes and players Josh Cullen and Issa Diop tested positive for COVID-19, on 22 September 2020 and left the ground before the game. His place was taken by Alan Irvine as West Ham won 5–1. Three days later, he came back with another positive result.
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