Everton boss Marco Silva says that it is frustrating to see his players missing through injury or suspension as he goes into the West Ham game without a potential 12 first team players.
The latest to add to the missing list are Seamus Coleman, who was injured on international duty against Wales – again, and Richarlison who serves the last of this three match suspension after being sent off at Bournemouth.
Silva also admitted that it is time to start winning games after drawing three of the opening four Premier League ties.
‘Of course it is not the best thing for me as a manager,’ said Silva.
‘If you stay with all of them working it is better to settle everything and you don’t have to change the starting XI all the time because of injuries and red cards.
‘It is important for us to start to win some games and if you keep more or less the same players working every day it is easier for this situation to happen.
‘But it is football and you have to be ready to work in this way and find solutions to win matches.’
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