Recently, the West Ham United boss has put forth a very debatable idea for the League Cup. This comes after the two-time winner, Pep Guardiola, stated the competition should be scraped to ease the fixture list in English football - a list which has been largely criticised for some time.
Moyes believes that the League Cup should not be scraped, however, and that the Scottish teams should be added into the competition and be renamed the 'British Cup'. The former Celtic player believes the addition of the Glasgow giants could appeal more to TV companies and therefore bring in more money for those that compete.
Ultimately, it certainly brings more appeal to the organisation than what currently exists, which, naturally, ups the numbers on the cheque for everyone. Regardless, who wouldn't want to see an Old Firm semi-final, or a Rangers versus Liverpool final?
After all, the debate still continues on whether or not Celtic and Rangers would survive in the English Premier League, so, why not give it a try?