Everton boss Marco Silva says he doesn’t feel any pressure being manager of The Blues, and says it is a privilege to be in his position.
Everton won their first away game of the season at Southampton today, but made hard work of it, spurning chances in the first half, but a Richarlison volley from close range saw the Blues take home all three points.
A manager who has been accused of lacking passion, Silva kicked every ball today and shared everyone’s delight with Davies put the Blues one up early on.
He said, “It [the win] was really important for us. All of us inside the club want to be in a different position but you have to look for a different picture.
“In all the games it is difficult to find one team who is better than ourselves. Pressure – never. It is a privilege to be at Everton Football Club. Many things have come against us but we will keep fighting.
“Our fans were really strong, supporting our team the whole time.
“It is always tough for Everton to come here and I was really pleased we could send them home happy.
“First half we were much better than our opponents, we created many chances and should have killed them off.
“We had more quality and created more chances and deserved to win.”
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