Playboy model sat on West Ham boss David Moyes' knee as he watched boxing

Posted Friday, April 15, 2022 by

Back in 2013, a chipper-looking David Moyes enjoyed the attention of a Playboy model who sat on the West Ham boss' knee during Tony Bellew’s fight against Isaac Chilemba

Playboy model sat on West Ham boss David Moyes' knee as he watched boxing
Moyes enjoying the high-life in Liverpool

David Moyes once acted as a comfortable sofa to a Playboy model during a boxing bout.

Back in 2013, the West Ham boss, 58, was pictured with a huge smile beaming across his face as posed in the middle of two models during Tony Bellew’s fight against Isaac Chilemba. Indeed, the burly Scot, during the end of his time as Everton's manager, allegedly had Playboy bunny Hannah Elizabeth on his lap while in attendance at the Liverpool Arena.

Elizabeth, who's now 32, said on Twitter at the time: “ Howlin that I was sittin next to David Moyes ringside n got a pic on his knee with my @SaraBeverley #LEG.” Meanwhile, good pal Sara Beverly Jones added: “Me and @misshannahelizx on David moyes knee! Ha my face!? ... Add your own caption.”

Then-Everton captain Phil Neville tweeted the picture online. He wrote: “Moyes at the boxing, go on son! That's how your Boss roll. Is he in bellews corner?”

Moyes had just seen his Toffees side beat Stoke in the Premier League, with Kevin Mirallas scoring a superb goal strike at Goodison Park. It would be his last season in charge of the club.

Playboy model sat on West Ham boss David Moyes' knee as he watched boxing
Moyes sat ringside for the fight which was at Goodison Park (Image: Liverpool Echo)

Elizabeth starred in the very first season in Love Island. But now she is a model for Playboy with a sizeable 411k followers on Instagram.

Moyes, who was supporting Everton fan Bellew in the ring, would have seen the Brit boxer draw with his opponent in northwest city.

The Scotsman managed Everton from 2002 to 2013 and was considered the most competent manager in the league outside what was then the top four. He failed to win a major trophy with the Merseyside club but his fourth-place finish in the league in 2004–05, their highest finish since 1988, plus their runners-up finish in the 2008–09 FA Cup and consistent competitive league finishes earned him huge acclaim and a place in the dugout at Manchester Unied, taking over from Sir Alex Ferguson.



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