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is right the big man
Like it or not, we are a complete shambles on the field, no cohesion, no identity and can't defend for shit. His entire career he had made the best of the resources at hand and I believe he is ideal to get us playing as a team, set up correctly, defending well, and most importantly getting results. Thus will ultimately breed confidence in the players, get us playing to our potential and elevating us up the league, which will make us an entirely more attractive proposition for the new manager, along with a bit of spending power and a new stadium on the horizon.
Plenty of competent managers will get us playing as a team and set us up right though.... Agreed, but very few will accept a short term contract and step aside when morishi can secure his ultimate target, whomever that may be
Been hearing that Moshiri wants Silva but Walsh wants Allardyce. Anyone clarify if that's doing the rounds?
Plenty of competent managers will get us playing as a team and set us up right though....
Who's the owner of Everton out of the two mentioned above?!Walsh shouldn't have a say really.
Oh I know! When my mate told me I said the exact same thing. He's seen it from The Telegraph; https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2017/11/06/sam-allardye-frontrunner-everton-job-meeting-clubs-owner/amp/
Everton apparently told Jim White after the match that they will not be in a rush to make an appointment.So, it may be that Big Sam is asked to be ready if matches don't work out well for Unsworth - who after Sunday's performance may be given longer.
both vast improvements on fat sam. or Dyche.
"It is believed Moshiri has also targeted a top European coach and a Premier League manager to replace Ronald Koeman, who was sacked last month"Well, a glimmer of hope there I suppose.
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